More Durango News

January 14, 2022
Durango resident Michelle Lachner suffered 40 years from nightmares, anxiety, depression, panic attacks and anorexia after a friend's brother sexually assaulted her when she was 16. Telling her secret was the first step on a journey to healing. This story is sponsored by The Payroll Department and FASTSIGNS

Author Speaks Out about Assaults

January 10, 2022
Topics in this week's Roundup include a COVID update, LPEA's Round-Up grants, and new license plates. Sponsored by Service Master Restore, Closets Plus, Happy Pappy's Pizza and Wings, and the law firm of Downs McDonough Cowan and Foley, LLC

Design Work Begins on Camino del Rio Pedestrian Underpass

January 11, 2022
The Grief Center of Southwest Colorado offers support and understanding to survivors who've lost a loved one so that they once again can find hope and joy in their lives. Sponsored by Express Employment Professionals and The Payroll Department

Learning to Live with Grief

December 28, 2021
With all the craziness of the holiday season, sometimes Fido and Fluffy may get themselves in trouble. La Plata County Humane Society Director Chris Nelson shares some of his top tips for ensuring that everyone has a safe and happy holiday. By Hannah Robertson. Sponsored by Closets Plus and Tafoya Barrett and Associates

Happy Holidays to our Furry Friends

December 28, 2021
The 6th Judicial District is one of only three areas in Colorado that does NOT have a place where child sexual assault victims can receive help and support in one location. A local non-profit, 4 the Children, wants to change that. Sponsored by Kroeger's Ace Hardware and Downs, McDonough, Cowan and Foley

Better Support Ahead for Child Sexual Assault Victims