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WASHINGTON – The president and chief executive officer of The Associated Press on Sunday called the government’s secret seizure of two months of reporters’...
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- Tea party looks to take advantage of moment
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- Nation briefs
- Police call fatal NYC shooting a hate crime
NEW YORK – Baby boomers preparing for retirement are driving a surge in small-business sales, as they find more buyers confident enough in the improving economy to expand...
- Oil flow shifting direction
- Experts: Ariz. jobs, home prices slowly rebounding
- Huge drug-cost disparities seen in health-care overhaul
- Business Briefs
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The kindest response people can show toward fawns, bear cubs and baby birds could be categorized as benign neglect, says a Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokesman.
- Great Lakes’ health still not so great
- At last, a solution to protein shortage
- Earth Briefs
- Birders flock to S.W. Colo. festival
- Mesa Verde greening up
Durango receives recognition in report
Durango was featured in a report highlighting promising city efforts to improve the lives of children, youths and families in...
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- Education Briefs
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- Education Brief
- Mississippi reforms schools
Former Durango resident Irene May Hutchinson died Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, in Del Norte. She was 98.
Known as “Rene,” she was born to John and Maude Duncan on...
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DENVER – The stage is set. The...
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Red Cross and you
The Southwest Colorado Red Cross...