Public Safety, Roads to Benefit from Tax Increase

The City of Durango will ask voters in November to approve a sales- and property-tax increase to fund infrastructure improvements. How much will it cost?

City Lays Off Homeless, for Now

After the ACLU sent a warning letter to the City of Durango for rousting illegal campers at night, homeless campers will be allowed to sleep on city property . . . with some restrictions.

Free Chocolate Franchise Awaits Successful Senior

The Durango-based Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory franchise has joined forces with the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration to offer a class in Applied Entrepreneurship and Fanchising, and the student who writes the best business plan will be awarded a free RMC franchise.

Local Eye Clinic Selected for Clinical Trials

Southwest Retina Consultants is the first medical practice in the region to be approved by the Federal Drug Administration as a test site for clinical trials of cutting-edge treatments for macular degeneration.

Mapping the Oxbow Park

Big Picture High School seniors learn about geographic information systems and mapping when they map the presence of animals and noxious weeds in the Oxbow Preserve for the Durango Parks and Recreation Department's management plan.

A Lively and Energetic Season

Thomas Heuser, music director for the San Juan Symphony, promises a lively set of performances for the season.

Excelsior Plant Rises from the Ashes

Two Montezuma County businessmen plan to reopen the excelsior plant in Mancos. They're doing it out of necessity, but they hope it revives the lumber industry in the region.

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