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Christian Burney
Position: Herald Staff Writer

Fort Lewis College professors dig into nuances of media literacy

Instructors discuss how to detect misinformation, disinformation at Durango Public Library

Durango to launch turf grass replacement program encouraging water conservation

Colorado water board grants and Visit Durango to contribute to free landscaping consultations, rebates

Former Durango Herald editorial page editor dies at 73

Colleagues remember Bill Roberts for his thoughtfulness, sense of humor and persuasive approach to opinion pages

Grief awareness spreading in post-pandemic world, says director at Grief Center of Southwest Colorado

Nonprofit to celebrate 15th anniversary in 2024

Durango to place call for artists to beautify sections of Animas River Trail

$35,050 marked for installations or murals in project areas

IRS warns tax filers to be wary of fraud now that 2024 season is underway

Phishing scams, fraudulent preparers are two prominent schemes

Durango’s quality-of-life reporting tool heavily used in debut year

660 reports filed through SeeClickFix app and online program in 2023

Durango approves $1.88 million DOLA block grant for mortgage assistance

161 people housed in over 76 homes during 2019-23 grant contract period

Durango group calls for City Council support of cease-fire in Israel-Hamas war

It remains to be seen whether councilors will take the group up on its proposal

Colorado Parks and Wildlife carries out deer collaring with herd southwest of Durango

Data collection contributes to understanding of migration patterns, mitigating human-wildlife impacts

Snow removal in Durango is a full-time job when weather hits hard

On average, 500 truckloads of snow hauled from downtown after large winter storm events

Up to 6 inches of snow forecast for Saturday night through Sunday

National Weather Service says higher San Juan Mountains can expect up to 18 inches of snow