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Hundreds participate in downtown Durango Women’s March

Activists advocate for reproductive rights, political engagement

Dolores schools move to remote learning for a week

After seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, Dolores schools are moving to remote learning for the week of Oct. 4-7

‘Creepy but beautiful’ October art exhibit launches at Dolores Public Library

And it’s just in time for Halloween

Wild horses run free, or can get hired to serve community

Bureau of Land Management offers wild horses for use in law enforcement

Snow covers area mountains

Controversial Republican state Rep. Ron Hanks files to run for U.S. Senate in 2022

Hanks, who lives in Fremont County, has peddled baseless claims about the 2020 presidential election being fraudulent

The ACLU has become a powerful player at the Colorado Capitol. But at what cost?

Organization’s policy team resigned this month after running an ambitious legislative agenda

Drilling leases on 58,000 acres in public land in Colorado were awarded without proper environmental review

A federal judge was asked to void the leases awarded in 2018, but she instead ordered ‘remedial action’

Should methane rules extend to older wells?

U.S. Sens. Bennet, Hickenlooper seek to extend Obama-era protections to orphaned and abandoned sites

Montezuma-Cortez decides on two-week mask mandate for students

School board OKs student mask mandate beginning Monday, allows board to vote by phone for remote learning

Give mums their due

It’s difficult to think of the fall season without having beautiful mums come to mind. Mums are a versatile addition to any fall garden and, along with fall pansies, they’ll take you through...

Montezuma-Cortez to hold emergency board meeting

The school board will vote on the superintendent’s authority to initiate remote learning
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