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Our View: Make up for Navajo allottees’ lost mineral royalties

U.S. must create green jobs if income eliminated

Our View: Puppy, kitty measure nice but creates business unknowns

What to name municipal legislation proposing a ban on sales of puppies and kittens at retail pet stores? Paw Patrol? No, wait. That’s the name of a little kids’ show where animals look eeril...

Our View: No to industrial rezoning next to Cortez open space

All it takes is one look at Independent Log Co.’s northeast property line where it meets the trailhead for the 72-acre Carpenter Natural Area to understand that the city of Cortez should fla...

Our View: Prioritize Indigenous groups for major lunar standstill

We are among the many disappointed that Chimney Rock National Monument, the Puebloan archaeological site between Bayfield and Pagosa Springs, will close to the public when the major lunar st...

Our View: Worker retention new measure of business success

In 1977, David Allen Coe wrote the song “Take this job and shove it” that soared to No. 1 on the country music chart for artist Johnny Paycheck. Listeners could relate. The 1970s saw rapid i...

Our View: Call for letters to the editor. What’s on your mind?

A favorite task in our Opinion section is to review letters to the editor, with readers sharing what’s on their minds with us and other community members. We revel in the exchange of ideas....

Our View: Burnett fresh, gaining traction in CD3

At the beginning of the arc of momentum for our 2024 3rd Congressional District election, we can say with certainty challenger for the Democratic nomination, veterinarian and business owner ...

Our View: Tough time for trees at schools

9-R cites safety, water concerns over improved canopies

Our View: Fireworks envy

Durango drone show a dud as neighbors equate patriotism with explosives

Our View: Socioeconomically disadvantaged students need break on college admission

Saying goes, talent exists everywhere; opportunity does not

Our View: Literary garden newest Durango place of delight

If your household was one of the lucky ones randomly selected for the city of Durango’s livability survey, you know how thorough it is. Questions about quality of life, infrastructure, parks...

Our View: More arguments coming on free speech, conduct after wedding site decision

Instead of waiting for a real case with real people and actual harm done, the U.S. Supreme Court in a 6 to 3 vote sided with Lorie Smith, a Littleton, Colorado, web designer opposed to same ...
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