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Christian Burney
Position: Herald Staff Writer

Hesperus Ski Patrol Ski Swap is back after COVID-19 complicated last year’s event

Skiers look to gear up for a discount ahead of winter

How can Colorado higher education fix its image?

University of Colorado president identifies statewide trends and gaps in postsecondary education

Voters tap Brown, Petersen and Parmenter to lead Durango School District

Campaign touched on themes of COVID-19 policies, critical race theory, separation of church and state

Friends, family pay tribute to woman killed while working at Bayfield service station

Jadah Willmett, 21, was the only person on duty early Aug. 2

Hate symbol associated with white supremacy displayed at Durango school board meeting

Woman says she displayed SS Bolts to reflect ‘tyranny’ of governing body

Least populated county in Colorado isn’t spared from rising home prices

Housing supply is low and median cost doubles in five years

Fort Lewis College brought in huge number of freshmen. Now, how does it keep them?

960 students is the largest class in 17 years, but retention remains a concern

After several tough years, tourism returns to Silverton

Fires, heavy snow and pandemic upended economy for three years

Silverton voters reject recall efforts, prohibit OHVs in town

Mayor Shane Fuhrman and two trustees retain their seats

Durango woman celebrates 105 years

Mitylene Shultz was born in 1916 and loved traveling and tasting foods of the world

Colorado’s top lawyer focuses on youth behavioral health during Durango visit

Phil Weiser says early intervention can reduce crime, prevent tragic outcomes

Durango Diner is sold, but don’t worry: New owner says he’ll keep greasy spoon the same

Gary and Donna Broad owned downtown eatery for 41 years