The Durango & La Plata County Airport will use passenger fees to purchase a 12-acre parcel to expand the terminal that now handles twice the passengers for which it was designed.
This year’s Durango Independent Film Festival features several films shot locally, including ‘The Great Alaskan Race’ filmed in Silverton and the surrounding San Juan Mountains. Another feature, ‘Shooting in Vain,’ was shot in Pagosa Springs. Learn more about this film and others that will be featured during this year’s festival in our interview with DIFF Executive Director Joanie Leonard.
Despite the voters’ solid rejection of a city sales and property tax increase last November, the Durango City Council has decided to ask for an increase again in April.
Durango and Fire Rescue Authority Fire Chief Hal Doughty explains why the authority is building a new fire station on 32nd Street just south of County Road 250.
Learn why Dr. Ashley Lucas with PHD Weight Loss says that the body-mass index scale doesn’t always give you a true assessment of your ideal weight. She tells you why.
More than a hundred pieces of artwork, many of which the public has never seen, have been donated to the Mesa Verde Museum by the Rockefeller Family. Many of the pieces were collected in the region.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast while contributing to a good cause during the first and third Sundays of the month at the Elks Club, where a hearty breakfast costs $7.
Barbara Noseworthy cites her experience as a consensus builder to help Durango come together around issues of growth, economy.
Community Compassion Outreach and a coalition of public and private partners are planning a development on La Posta Road to help our homeless residents move into permanent housing.
If you have a severe wound that won't heal, you should consult a wound specialist who may recommend treatment in a hyperbaric chamber. Find out what it's about!
Sexy car washers, bed racers, and parade entrants demonstrate all the fun ways we enjoyed Snowdown on Friday in our recap of Get Your Comic On.
Tricycle races.obstacle course races, beard contests and more entertained crowds throughout Durango on Thursday. And who could pull tissues out of a box faster than a speeding bullet? Take a look back at Day 2 of Get Your Comic On Snowdown!
Comic strip characters jumped off the funny pages and out of the comic books to come alive in Durango for Snowdown 2019's "Get Your Comic On." Here's a recap of some of our favorite events from Wednesday.
When the lights go out during a storm, you may be tempted to fire up your gas generator for power. You’ll need to take extra precautions to avoid injury or expensive damages to your homes electrical system.
Dr. Ashley Lucas with PHD Weight Loss explains how learning to change your behaviors and habits contributes to your weight-loss success.
Two long-time Durango coaches want to return to a focus on sportsmanship, both on the fields and in the stands, with a new non-profit to train coaches in transactional leadership and coaching styles.
Kim Baxter, a Durango Planning Commission member, has announced her candidacy for one of two seats on the Durango City Council. She wants to ensure that Durango maintains its economic and generational diversity!
Neighbors of the Durango Public Library branches at Fort Lewis Mesa and Sunnyside elementary schools want to preserve their local libraries, but they may have to establish a new taxing district to ensure stable funding.
Drs. Sara Haug and Moss Fenberg with Southwest Retina Consultants explain why it's so important to see an ophthalmologist is you experience sudden vision loss in one eye.
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.