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April 13, 2021
A red-tailed hawk soared to freedom in late March after it had been hit by a car in February. The Durango Police officer who rescued him had the honor of releasing the bird after six weeks of rehabilitation. Sponsored by Tafoya Barrett & Associates and Serious Texas BBQ

Hawk Gets Second Chance to Soar

April 12, 2021
People with intellectual or developmental disabilities can feel isolated and lonely under normal circumstances, let alone by the isolation imposed by the pandemic. But some are thriving, thanks to the virtual day programs Community Connections created to keep their clients connected. Sponsored by Big-O Tires and FASTSIGNS

Community Connections Clients Stay Connected during Pandemic

April 12, 2021
Dan Korman of Alpenglow Properties talks about the impact of low housing supply on the jump on housing prices and offers some.

Housing Supply Remains Tight Predictions for Next Quarter

April 12, 2021
The Durango Chamber of Commerce played an active role to support local businesses as they struggled through closures during the pandemic. Chamber Executive Director Jack Llewellyn explains all the changes the organization made during the past year in this first edition of Chamber Chat, brought to you by Durango Local News.

Chamber Continues to Advocate for Small Business during Pandemic

April 8, 2021
Paul and Jackie Beasley purchased Tile Art & Light Art about 10 years ago with a fledgling workshop where the former owners had just started manufacturing quartz, quartzite and marble slabs into custom countertops. Now, it's a mainstay of their business, and they recently moved to an expanded shop in Three Springs. Sponsored by The Payroll Department and Kroegers Ace Hardware

Crafting Custom Countertops in Durango