When you’re ready to retire and want to sell your share in the business to a business partner or family member, you’ll need a team of advisors. Charles Spence explains why.
The executive director with the Colorado Fiscal Institute told the League of Women Voters that TABOR may unfairly impact low- and middle-income families, while the state’s education and transportation infrastructure suffer.
So someone has offered you a ridiculously low price to buy your business. Should you say no? Be insulted? Charlie Cole with Cole and Partners offers some advice.
Two friends in pursuit of the perfect beer decided to start the Telluride Brewing Company, and they’ve won seven national awards in eight years. Learn more about the men behind the suds.
Finding the dining hall, let alone the Registrar’s Office can make the first year of college intimidating for any new student. So Fort Lewis College has started a program for first-time students to help with retention and student success.
Archaeologists with the Colorado Department of Transportation have wrapped up excavation of a small Pueblo I village that is in the path of the Farmington Hill realignment project. Local Indian tribal experts assisted on the research project.
A group of volunteers have organized an independent Tedx Talk featuring Durango speakers who have ‘Ideas Worth Spreading.’ Although the inaugural event is sold out, it will be broadcast on YouTube worldwide.
What’s on the November ballot in this off-year election? Quite a few local issues, school board elections, and a couple of state referenda. La Plata County Clerk Tiffany Parker explains.
Tim Kirkland with Renegade Hospitality Group will be the keynote speaker at the annual La Plata County Economic Summit, and you can learn how to handle multiple generations in the workplace.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado matches about 100 young people with adults every year, but it comes with a cost, and now, the agency is challenging you to support a match!
A new road-base material developers are calling ‘Nature’s Concrete’ promises to reduce the cost of road construction and maintenance for local governments by more than 60 percent.
If you’re using artificial tears, you may want to check with your ophthalmologist for other diagnoses and treatment options for your dry-eye syndrome.
La Plata County Clerk Tiffany Parker talks about important deadlines with regard to voter registration, when ballots will be dropped in the mail, and when you get them to the clerk’s office.
A La Plata County chapter of the national Slow Money Movement hopes to offer micro-loans to jump-start young farmers who want to grow food locally and boost the local economy.
After the 416 Fire burned up the tourism season last summer, this year's tourism economy has not only rebounded, but it appears to be even better than 2017.
We visit with the Salt 360 Float Studio to learn about this relaxation practice in which you float in a highly concentrated solution of salt water to experience weightlessness.
A tiny house built by the Trades N Training program at Bayfield High School will be auctioned by the Homebuilders Association of Southwest Colorado to raise revenues for future trades projects.
Trusts are tools you can use to protect your assets or to ensure your heirs receive the inheritance you want them to receive. Learn more from Charles Spence with Maynes Bradford Shipps & Sheftel.
A new era of education opened this month in Bayfield: Pueblo Community College opened a satellite campus in the town to offer a variety of post-secondary courses in the community.
San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics talks about the importance of vaccinating your students against measles and other communicable diseases to protect them and the community.
Do you think bad things happen on Friday the 13th? We talk to Fort Lewis College Psychology Professor Brian Burke about the origins of superstition in society and why they have a hold on us.
The annual Kiwanis Club of Durango’s Pancake Day will be on Thursday, September 19. All-you-can-eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, ham and more for only $10 per person . . . and a good cause for 64 years!
In a world of almost daily mass shootings, Durango School District 9-R is spending $1.1 million on security measures, including a new, video-surveillance system that can be accessed on the Internet.
The only neurosurgeons in the Four Corners will now offer pre- and post-operative care out of the new San Juan Health Partners Clinic in Durango. Find out more.