More Durango News

July 22, 2021
As Durango School District 9-R prepares to spend $63 million in capital construction and renovations during the next few years, it's also working with area business development organizations to ensure that local contractors and subcontractors in Southwest Colorado know how to submit bids and land contracts to benefit from the district's investment. Sponsored by FASTSIGNS and The Payroll Department

9-R Wants to Hire Locally for Capital Projects

July 22, 2021
The national demand for RVs and camper vans exploded during the pandemic as social distancing drove people into the great outdoors, and one Durango business, Wanderful Wheels, has grown exponentially as a result. Sponsored by Tafoya Barrett & Associates and Serious Texas BBQ

Pandemic Takes Custom Camper Van Couple on a Ride

July 19, 2021
Outdoor concerts, a chance to win a Viking River Cruise for two, and an Elton John impersonator are a part of the post-pandemic Music in the Mountains Festival schedule as it returns to live performances this year. Sponsored by Kroegers Ace Hardware and Choice Building Supply Ace Hardware

35th Music in the Mountains Returns with a Few Surprises

July 19, 2021
When two new families take possession of their new Habitat for Humanity homes this fall, they can thank nine members of an Americorps team for a lot of the work. Sponsored by Happy Pappy's Pizza and Wings and Whole Health Family Medicine Clinic

Raising the Roof with Volunteers

July 19, 2021
Dan Korman, owner of Alpenglow Properties, compares real estate prices for the first half of the year with last year and speculates that the hot market is setting a new normal. Sponsored by Alpenglow Properties

Are High Prices Here to Stay?