‘What if?’


‘What if?’

Durango a sedate, small town – but so was Newtown
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Sunday: Vulnerability of area schools assessed. School violence is about more than shootings. A Columbine High School survivor recounts the event and discusses safety at Durango High School, where he works.

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‘What if?’

Durango Police Department’s Sgt. Dave Peterson discovers an unlocked exterior door at Needham Elementary School during a lockdown drill.
Vanessa Fisher, Principal at Sunnyside Elementary School is seen outside the school’s front entrance on a video system in place at the school’s entryway for security.
Durango High School student Tatiana Hovland says it unlikely violence will occur at the school. However, she adds, “but I guess that’s what everybody thinks.”
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