The Art of Gift-Giving at Solstice Market

Original paintings, sculptures, pottery, jewelry, textile art and clothes, you’ll find it all at the Durango Art Center’s annual Winter Solstice Market. Find out what curator Peter Hay looks for in his selections.

How Has the Animas Fared after Fires?

The Animas River was hit with wastewater from the Gold King Mine in 2015, then this past summer, sludge and debris flowed into the river from the 416 Fire burn areas. Which was worst?

ACLU Sends 2nd Warning Letter to City

As the Durango City Council considers new amendments to curb camping by homeless residents on city property, the ACLU sends a second warning letter about the possible unconstitutionality of the changes.

Flood Relief

La Plata County has applied for more than $4 million in Watershed Restoration Funding to repair flood damage from the 416 Fire.

New Home for Animas High

After spending 10 years in temporary quarters that ranged from a commercial office complex to manufactureed buildings, Animas High School is ready to build a permanent campus.

Every Vote Counts

With one of the best voter turnouts during a mid-term election in La Plata County history, this year's races demonstrated that every vote counts.

LPEA Explores Tri-State Alternatives

LPEA hires two conultants to explore the ramifications of terminating its contract with Tri-State Generation and Transmission and to explore alternatives to coal-fired power.

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