What does it mean when your lights blink on and off and on again? LPEA CEO Mike Dreyspring explains why it happens and how you can get a phone app to let you know when a power outage occurs.
The Durango Chamber of Commerce may be experiencing deja vu all over again after moving into its new building at 23rd Street and Main Avenue, where it was located in an old A-frame during the ‘60s, ’70s, and ‘80s.
Grocery stores are now allowed to sell full-strength beer thanks to a new state law that became effective on Jan. 1. Will the competition help or hinder mom-and-pop liquor stores?
Snowdown is ready to launch on Jan. 30 through Feb. 3, and if you’re wanting to attend the Follies or the Fashion Do’s and Don’t Luncheon, get ready to line up early on Saturday, Jan. 19, for ticket sales
A march and rally celebrating the record number of women elected to public office in November’s election will be held on Saturday, Jan. 19. Get the details here, on Durango TV News.
You don't have to twist yourself into exotic yoga positions to take care of your spine. Just do what your mother told you to do . .
La Plata Electric’s Mike Dreyspring explains the mission of the new Power Supply Committee and why it’s exploring alternative energy sources. Find the committee’s meeting agendas at lpea.coop.