Certified business appaiser and broker Charlie Cole offers some tips on preparing your business for sale, including how to getg the information you’ll need to set a price.
New lights, wheelchair accessible sidewalk ramps, and other improvements will make the 17th, 22nd and 32nd street intersections on Main Avenue safer for pedestrians and traffic.
Cortez merchants have started an education campaign that encourages customers to purchase goods and services with cash or check to avoid credit-card fees that leave the community.
Find out why the Community Foundation of Southwest Colorado invited Monica Lewinsky as this year’s Making a Difference speaker to raise awareness about cyberbullying.
Dr. Sugar Singleton with San Juan Regional Medical Center’s Urgent Care Center offers some tips for dealing with the sniffles, sneezes and other symptoms that arise during allergy season.
La Plata Electric first supplied electrical power to rural residents and communities 80 years ago, and the member-owned utility provider will celebrate its history at its annual meeting.
Hundreds of birding fans are expected in Montezuma County to explore the region’s diverse bird populationsas part of the 15th annual Ute Mountain Mesa Verde Birding Festival.
Meet the artists who created this colorful mural on the Kroeger Building in Town Plaza. The project is part of Local First’s efforts to connect artists and business owners,
With snow/water content in the mountains measuring at 150 to 200 percent of median this spring, area water managers say spring run-off is expected to fill all area reservoirs, and the drought is over.
Eating foods high in sugary carbohydrates may satisfy an immediate craving, but it just sets up a vicious cycle of energy booms and busts that contributes to formation of body fat.
If your home isn’t situated well to install solar energy, you still can support the renewable energy industry through LPEA’s Local Green Power Fund and Direct Offset Fund.
The Colorado Legislature designated March 21 as Ute Day at the Colorado Capitol in recognition of the tribes’ contribution to the state’s history, culture and economy.
Kim Baxter and Barbara Noseworthy handily defeated Marcos Wisner and and Jaime McMillan to take seats on the Durango City Council, and the sales-tax increased passed by 195 votes
Dr. Moss Fenberg with Southwest Retina Consultants explains the symptoms of glaucoma, why it’s important to get your eyes checked regularly, and what some treatments might be.
Dr. Ashley Lucas with PHD Weight Loss explains how a low-carb diet is more effective at reducing fat and your weight than exercise alone. You have to eat dietary fat, not sugar, to burn fat.
What would you do if you inherited a chunk of change or other financial assets from a relative? Pat Barrett with Tafoya Barrett Associates offers some wise tips for heirs.
If local hemp farmer Derek MacGuffie had his way, everyone would wear hemp clothing and build houses out of hemp material. The biggest hurdle? Not enough markets to sell the raw product.
San Juan Health Partners Urology now offers a less-invasive procedure for treating problems associated with enlarged prostates. And it comes with fewer side-effects.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado has served more than 5,000 kids since it first started in 1986, and it’s able to do so because of it’s largest fund-raiser of the year, Bowl for Kids’ Sake.
Durango High School culinary-arts students shine when they show off their skills at a school-district special event to highlight the need for a tax increase to support vocational education.
Learn how you can qualify for up to $700 in energy rebates in a trial for hot-air exchange electric water heaters. Deadline to apply is March 31. Only 30 homes will be selected, so apply now!
You may not be able to control the weather or the topography that contribute to wildfires, but you can control the amount of fuels that can threaten your home.
When the romaine lettuce recall occurred last fall, Escalante Middle School students kept Durango schools in lettuce leaves thanks to a hydroponic garden they’re tending.
When girls in developing countries get their periods, lack of feminine hygiene products forces many to stay home from school. But volunteers are helping by sewing reusable hygiene kits.