E-bikes were allowed on the Animas River Trail for a one-year trial period. Now, the City Council must consider whether to allow them permanently.
TBK purchased the 1st National Bank of Durango this fall. Find out what TBK means and what services they’ll offer.
Construction on additional affordable apartments is now under way as part of the Lumien Development. Six of the units will be designated for homeless residents who need housing first before they can address the problems that resulted in their homelessness in the first place.
The La Plata County Humane Society accepted 50 dogs from a shelter in Texas, including a bunch of pups that need homes. _
It’ll be a year before any dirt-moving occurs, but behind-the-scenes work on the U.S, 550-160 connection at Three Springs is now underway with rights-of-way negotions and archaeological surveys. The $98 million project could be the first of many depending upon the election next week.
More and more colleges offer test-optional admission applications. We visit with the college counselor at Animas High School to learn about changing trends in requirements for college applications, and why students who don’t test well can still get into selective and highly selective schools.
The Southern Ute Museum is now open seven days a week. It’s permanent exhibit tells the story of the Ute people, but it also will offer rotating exhibits to entice you back. See what’s on display now, and stop by the gift shop, where works by Navajo, Pueblo and Ute artists are for sale.
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.
The La Plata County Humane Society will host its annual ‘Bark-n-Wine’ fund-raiser on Nov. 10. Find out what the event supports, and where you can buy tickets.
Democratic incumbent Barbara McLachlan is running for re-election to her 59th District seat in the Colorado House of Representatives against Independent challenger Paul Jones. Hear what she has to say.
Paul Jones of Gunnison is running for the 59th District in the Colorado House of Representatives as an Independent. He's challenging Democratic incumbent Barbara McLachlan.
Guinn Unger of Durango is running as the Democratic challenger to Republican incument Don Coram for the District 6 seat in the Colorado State Senate.
Republican incumbent Brad Blake is running for re-election to his District 1 seat on the La Plata County Board of Commissioners against Democratic challenger Clyde Church.
Democrat Clyde Church is challenging Republican incumbent Brad Blake for the District 1 seat on the La Plata County Board of Commissioners.
Democratic incumbent La Plata County Treasurer Allison Aichele is running against Republican challenger Colton Black.
Republican Colton Black is challenging Democratic incumbent Allison Aichele for La Plata County Treasurer.
Dr. Moss Fenberg with Southwest Retina Consultants explains what happens during cataract surgery and how new technologies are improving the outcomes for patients.
Durango Fire and Rescue offers reminders about your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors when we turn back the clocks for standard time on Nov. 4.
Hamby is challenging incumbent Sean Smith.See what he has to say about his campaign.
Mize is running as an independent for La Plata County Sheriff. Found out what he has to say about his candidacy!
La Plata County Sheriff Sean Smith explains why he's running for re-election.
The BLM reversed the Obama-era Methane Waste Rule that would have reduced the release of methane gases on BLM lands. Now the agency is facing a lawsuit.
What is it and what does it mean for La Plata Electric Customers?