Fort Lewis College student-athletes will receive greater access to orthopedic surgeons, athletic trainers, physical therapists and nutritionists as part of a new agreement between FLC and Mercy.
San Juan Basin Public Health offers free radon-testing kits to determine whether the radioactive element is accumulating in your house and threatening your health.
FLC students who receive a civic scholarship from a Southwest Colorado orgnization will be eligible for a matching scholarship from the college.
Osteoarthritis affects more than 30 million people in the United States. Learn about treatments for the disease from a San Juan Regional Adult Rehabilitation Center physical therapist.
Sixth Judicial District Attorney Christian Champagne explains how the courts offer alternatives to incarceration for those who’ve been convicted of a non-violent or victimless crimes.
Get ready to rock-n-roll with this year’s Snowdown theme, ‘It’s a Rockin’ Snowdown.’ Rock star Dave Imming (and Snowdown board member) tells us what to expect for this year’s rockin’ good time.
Imagine a social event without your cell phone, without your Smart Watch, without your i-Pad. Could you do it? Find out more about the Real Social Event sans electronics coming up soon.
A group of residents called Durango Beyond Plastics wants the City of Durango to consider a measure to ban plastic bags and to impose a fee on paper bags to encourage the use of reusable bags.
The Durango-area real-estate market is poised for Millenial buyers with low-interest rates, new developments coming on line, and a big inventory of homes for sale.
The old Mason Elementary School on Third Avenue is falling apart, so the City of Durango plans to demolish the old building. The public will be invited to suggest new uses for the site.
Front Range communities are enjoying an economic boon, but that boon isn’t spreading as quickly to rural Colorado. A new organization hopes to change that. Here’s one story.
Aaron Stone says he likes chocolate. Now he’ll own a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory franchise store for writing the best business plan for its operation. Find out how the deal came together.
Our Animas High School Intern explores whether vaping is a safe substitute for smoking cigarettes, especially in light of the recent vaping-related deaths. Learn what he discovered.
Joslin Roderick started Solutions Candle Company so that she could offer homeless workers an oppotunity to earn a daily wage. Her company has a commitment to serve the public good.
What do manners have to do with citizenship? Escalante Middle School sixth-graders explored the answers to that question while also learning table manners at a luncheon at the Himalayan.
If you’re thinking about renting your house or buying a rental property, be forewarned: It’s just like owning a business. Learn about the tax implications in this episode of ‘It’s Your Money.’
Amy and Mike Testa became physical therapists because they wanted to help people. That desire to help extends beyond the doors of their clinic with their 14th annual coat drive.
No one likes to be told what to do. It goes for your children as well. And they will resist. Dr. Doug Miller offers effective tips for turning the tables to ensure your kids’ compliance with your wishes.
Pendleton Woolen Mills has selected two rare weavings from The Durango Collection to replicate into its world-famous wool blankets for its Preservation Series.
Hundreds turned out to bid on the sparkling Christmas-tree ornaments and gifts during the annual Festival of Trees fund-raiser for Community Connections.
For the friend or family member who has everything, why not start a new forest for a Christmas present? The San Juan National Forest has gift certificates for seedlings to reforest burn areas.
The Durango Business Improvement District wants to use empty storefronts downtown for artistic installations. Artists can earn a small stipend for creating individual displays.
How much is your house worth? What’s the average price of a house right now in La Plata County? How long will a typical house be for sale on the market? Find out more with this update.
Learn more about La Plata County’s foster-care program and how you can help care for children who’ve been removed from their families because of abuse or neglect.