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A cyclist glides down the Animas River Trail near the Ninth Street Bridge on Monday under partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures. The National Weat...

National & World

Review notes VA problems

WASHINGTON – Government investigators found no proof that delays in care caused veterans to die at a Phoenix VA hospital, but they found widespread problems that the...

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Business

Boost for business sector’s digital roadway

Federal mineral-lease proceeds are funding a new $1 million grant for the city of Cortez to install fiber-optic lines along main business corridors.

Reeves Brown,...

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Good Earth

Prowling for mushrooms in the high country

The continuing monsoon rains in Southwest Colorado are welcomed by mushroom hunters as well as farmers and firefighters.

“I always get out early,” said...

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Education

Wired for learning

Upgrading of the Durango School District 9-R computer network that started last fall and continued through the summer has made a day-and-night difference in the ability of...

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Obituaries

Trudy Meiers

Durango resident Trudy Meiers died Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, at her at home. She was 76.

Mrs. Meiers was born to Sylvester and Helen Schanen on March 16, 1938, in Chicago.

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Columnists

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