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Andrew Gulliford
Position: Staff reporter

In Bluff, the Silver Dollar Bar becomes the Bears Ears Education Center

Downtown Durango thrives because buildings get recycled. Former car dealerships are now brewpubs and office buildings. Our historic electric power plant is the Powerhouse Science...

Miera y Pacheco was first European to map the Four Corners

In 18th century, Miera y Pacheco was first European to create maps of our region

Leather as art: The work of Lisa and Loren Skyhorse

Master saddlemakers combine the finest craftsmanship, artistry

Protecting the sacred: Navajo Nation buys land at revered peak in Colorado

Navajo Nation owns almost 29,000 acres in two Colorado counties

World War II bombers once roared through the Grand Canyon

‘Visitors on the South Rim craned their necks to see what was coming’

A poisonous past: At Monticello Mill, the story of uranium’s deadly legacy

At the Monticello Mill, the story of uranium’s deadly legacy

Nina Heald Webber’s extraordinary donations to Fort Lewis College

By Andrew Gulliford Special to the Herald Colleges love donors, and Fort Lewis College is no exception. Center of Southwest Studies at FLC has many friends and donors, ...

The soul of Bluff: Visionary Gene Foushee built, restored desert town

After 60 years of marriage, Gene and Mary Foushee passed on this summer just nine days apart. The couple was 88 years old and had lived a rich, full life. They will be remembered...

Inside the walls of time: In Hermosa, Fisher house carries 1890s legacy

In grocery stores today, we can buy fruit from all over the world. A century ago, farm products were local, and a thriving orchard business had begun in the Animas Valley at Hermosa under st...

The sublime Yampa: Quiet canoe miles on a wild river

Imagine being on a Colorado river in the heart of the summer and seeing no one else on the water for 32 miles, three days and two nights. I couldn’t believe it, but there we were...

Sheep wagons: Old West function, New West fashion

From Old West function to New West fashion

A search for truth: Albert Pfeiffer, Kit Carson and the Long Walk

Roadside plaque tells only part of the story of Albert Pfeiffer, Kit Carson and Navajos’ Long Walk