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Encana Corp. plans to pour $250 million to $450 million into drilling oil wells on New Mexico’s side of the San Juan Basin next year, the...
National & World
PORTLAND, Ore. – The eco-friendly building rating system known as LEED has been around for more than a decade, powering a green arms race in cities across the...
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Bill Amos spent four years in Durango studying sociology at Fort Lewis College, earning his degree in 2003.
During that time, his interest in climbing continued to...
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Decades ago, ripe cones were plucked from the tops of conifer trees in the San Juan National Forest and sent to Nebraska for storage in a U.S. Forest Service...
- Fossils tell story of bygone ecosystem
- Cutting trees to rid N.J. forest of beetles
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- Earth Briefs
Stereotypes have long been vital to the sociology of high school.
In John Hughes’ seminal 1985 film, “The Breakfast Club,” five unfortunate,...
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Durango resident Richard Paul Curtis died of cancer of the larynx Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, at his home. He turned 77 two weeks earlier.
Mr. Curtis was born to Paul and...
Years ago, when my friend Franz...
In a study recently published in the...
Talk about Town
Aspiring actors can’t wait to...