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Christian Burney
Position: Herald Staff Writer

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

City of Durango to allow long-term permits for food trucks

Mobile businesses were having to move every six months under a temporary permit

Democratic U.S. reps condemn Mercy Hospital’s plan to end female sterilization

Congressional Pro-choice Caucus members say denying birth control undermines Coloradans’ rights

Axis Health System purchases former Mercury Payment building for $18 million

Nonprofit to consolidate administrative offices, primary health and other services in spacious facility

City dispels rumor it plans to ‘defund’ Durango-La Plata Senior Center

Letter containing false information was posted to residents’ doors at a 53-unit living complex in Three Springs

Nationwide flight hold Wednesday morning delayed three departures from DRO

FAA’s computer system lets pilots know of safety issues on the ground

New Year’s shoppers be warned: Single-use bag fees are afoot

State law requiring 10-cent charges for plastic and paper sacks takes effect Sunday

Birds of prey and hoofed animals among most impacted by human activity in western Colorado

Don’t be fooled by Durango fauna: Most deer aren’t fond of people