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Christian Burney
Position: Herald Staff Writer

Over 250 nonprofits signed up for Rural Philanthropy Days next week in Southwest Colorado

Conference aims to connect local organizations with Front Range donors

Southwest Memorial Hospital doctors say women should know tubal ligations are offered in Cortez

Mercy Hospital’s shift from sterilization services prompts health professionals to perform outreach

Almost 1,900 people signed up for Silverton ride in 2023 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic

Almost 1,900 people have signed up to ride to Silverton in the 51st Annual Iron Horse Bicycle Classic with about two weeks to go before the celebration gets underway. Unlike last year, when ...

Suspect arrested after allegedly stealing trolley, taking joy ride that ended near Ignacio

Durango man arrested after vehicle tires damaged by spike strips

Innovating agriculture, world’s reliance on next generation key themes at Fort Lewis College commencement

More than 400 graduates celebrate their successes at graduation attended by U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

Purgatory Resort announces second ski extension into May

Ideal weather and abundant snowfall allows for prolonged weekend season

Mercy Hospital ends female sterilization services

Policy shift is ‘unethical’ and a ‘disservice’ to patients, gynecologist says

After four years, work moves ahead at giant hole in the ground in downtown Durango

Residents have felt a range of emotions: Concern, frustration, resignation

Drugs or alcohol suspected in deadly head-on crash Friday along Colorado Highway 172

Durango woman pronounced dead on scene, others airlifted to Albuquerque hospital

What to expect from an above-average spring runoff

Area reservoirs are likely to fill; meanwhile, rapid snowmelt could result in flooding

Suicide and gun violence among youths subject of prevention meeting in Durango

State health department takes notes on grassroots suggestions to curb firearms-related tragedies

State officials: Affordable housing a perplexing problem

Pricey studio apartments are not a viable solution to blue collar workers, Colorado representative says at forum