Tragic and innocuous highlight 2013

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Tragic and innocuous highlight 2013

Top stories ranged from horror of Dylan’s disappearance to plastic-bag debate
Elaine Redwine received an outpouring of support from friends at a vigil held for her son Dylan Redwine after the boy’s remains were found in June.
A sudden September downpour caused Durangoans such as Andy Mylroie to scramble to deal with flooding.
Dylan Redwine
A passenger onboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad snapped this photo May 25 just north of Demon Bridge, near Durango High School. The story of the mass mooners went viral, making it the most-read story on The Durango Herald’s website in 2013.
An impromptu memorial went up in front of Carver Brewing Co. after Peter Carver died in an avalanche near Silverton.
Adam Gifford, co-owner of Durango-based Acceptus Group, is one of many looking at business opportunities from growing marijuana.
Top 10 stories as voted on by the Herald newsroom staff

The Top 10 stories for 2013, as picked by the Herald newsroom:
1. Dylan Redwine remains found: The sad official news came June 27. The 13-year-old boy, who’d been on a court-ordered visitation at Vallecito with his father, went missing

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Top 10 stories most read online

The Top 10 stories for 2013, according to most read on The Durango Herald’s website, are ranked by number of online hits:
1. Train riders see full moon. A group of youngsters bared their bottoms and exposed their breasts May 25 as the

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Tragic and innocuous highlight 2013

Elaine Redwine received an outpouring of support from friends at a vigil held for her son Dylan Redwine after the boy’s remains were found in June.
A sudden September downpour caused Durangoans such as Andy Mylroie to scramble to deal with flooding.
Dylan Redwine
A passenger onboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad snapped this photo May 25 just north of Demon Bridge, near Durango High School. The story of the mass mooners went viral, making it the most-read story on The Durango Herald’s website in 2013.
An impromptu memorial went up in front of Carver Brewing Co. after Peter Carver died in an avalanche near Silverton.
Adam Gifford, co-owner of Durango-based Acceptus Group, is one of many looking at business opportunities from growing marijuana.
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