Simple steps like using energy-efficient light builbs, spiffying up your landscaping, or remodeling your bathroom and kitchen can add value to your home, whether you want to sell or stay a while.
Durango's Table to Farm Compost has ramped up its production of artisan soil made from local food scraps-turned-compost thanks to a $100,000 state health department grant for projects that divert waste from landfills.
A small artisan food manufacturer produces its own line of hot sauces, salsa, and spice mixes, but it also helps other food entrepreneurs develop their recipes to bring to market in their commercial kitchen.
A Denver-based non-profit called PCs for Kids is working with local businesses and educators to provide recycled, upgraded computers for Durango students who don’t have access to technology at home.
The Kiwanis Club of Durango canceled its annual Pancake Day, it’s biggest fund-raiser of the year. So the club is hopeful that you’ll support a socially-distanced golf tourney on August 28 to support kids.
El Rancho Tavern owner Chip Lile talks about his three businesses and how he’s surviving with yo-yoing open-close orders, possible opening strategies for El Rancho when Governor’s Office allows.
The annual fall bulb sale that generates revenues for the Durango Botanic Gardens will move online starting on Aug. 1. Order ahead, and the bulbs will be available in October.
Durango resident Kim Ebner helps save lives in her position as acquatic supervisor at the Durango Rec Center, and she does the same as a volunteer firefighter for the Durango Fire & Rescue Authority.
Non-profits in Southwest Colorado are suffering from the pandemic just like businesses. The Community Foundation and United Way have been able to provide a little help with grants this month.
The coronavirus continues to infect residents in Durango School District 9-R, so district officials have prepared a number of options for students to continue their educations safely.
So, you’ve lost all the weight you’d hope to lose. You can’t go back to your old eating habits, you have to keep your new nutrition habits as a permanent lifestyle, and it’s easier than you think.
Manna and the Garden Project of Southwest Colorado both have a commitment to food security. The two non-profits have decided to merge to make the most of limited community resources.
Durango Police Sergeant Tim Dixon loves the outdoors, and it’s what it drew him and his wife to move here five years ago. He loves policing, too, because he loves to work closely with people.
The long-imagined Paths to Mesa Verde received a huge boost this summer with a $5.8 million grant to start construction on the 7-mile section between Mancos and the national park.
Volunteers with the Southwest Colorado Canyons Alliance offers tours of sites in Canyons of the Ancients, provides educational programming for youth, and monitors sites throughout the area.
You exercise and exercise, but the weight still doesn’t come off the way you’d like. Find out why you have to attend to your nutrition first before exercise can have an impact.
With so many people affected in one way or another by the COVID-19 pandemic, chances are you or someone you know may be grieving from a loss. Here’s how you can support them at work.
Animas High School received a $13.7 million grant from the Colorado Department of Education to build a new high school at a new location. Watch the story to find out where!
You may not be able to taste the delectable tidbits for real this year, but you can enjoy the sights and sounds of Men Who Grill during the virtual awards ceremony, complete with grill-giveaways and other door prizes on July 18.
Willpower is over-rated when it comes to losing weight. Habit nutritionist Jolie Ensign says it starts with one small change, then building a series of habits, one at a time.
The real estate market remains strong in the Durango area, and on average, is balanced between housing stock and purchases. But houses valued at under $450,000 are sellling like hot cakes!
Passenger traffic at the Durango Airport dropped to just 5 percent of average when the pandemic hit La Plata in March. It’s slowly inching back up as passengers feel more comfortable about airline travel.
We talked with three restaurant owners about their adjustments to social-distancing recommendations as they re-open for business, and some of the changes look like they’re here to stay!
San Juan Basin Public Health reported a 42 percent increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases in La Plata County during the last two weeks of June as Durango re-opens and visitors arrive on summer vacation.