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CLOSE TO HOME: RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITY

Dec. 10, 2017

100 years ago: George Gilmour, “a fine breed onion raiser of Flora Vista for the past 26 years,” relocated to Aztec. He was either “over-supplied with apple jack or recovering from an attack of...

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Dec. 9, 2017

100 years ago: Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Palmer “left on the Red Apple” for Farmington after they enjoyed a weeklong visit with Mrs. Anna Schleuter “of this city.” 75 years ago: It was announced that...

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Dec. 8, 2017

100 years ago: Allen Syrett of Cortez, who was “interested in a drug store in that town,” spent the night in Durango before he traveled to Pueblo to enlist in the Navy. 75 years ago: Miss...

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Dec. 7, 2017

100 years ago: H.I. McEwen “and wife” were in Durango overnight from Cortez. Mr. McEwen was looking after six cars of sheep that were being shipped to Kansas. He left on the stock train the...

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Dec. 6, 2017

100 years ago: Miss Phyllis Burnham and her brother, Rex, of Provo, Utah, spent the night in Durango on their way to visit relatives in Fruitland. 75 years ago: The Office of Defense...

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Dec. 5, 2017

100 years ago: W.D. Noland of Aztec, who had been in town for several days for stock business, went to “Bayfield country” with Walter Weightman of Durango to look at some sheep they expected to...

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Dec. 4, 2017

100 years ago: Leo Meyers of Telluride arrived in Durango on the Southern, and continued to Silverton, where he would go to work for John Morgan, “the butcher.” 75 years ago: Merle Cornelius, a...

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Dec. 2, 2017

100 years ago: Ralph Noble of Dolores departed on the Eastern to Pueblo, where he was scheduled to pass an examination for the aviation corps. He wanted to “get in the flock” of 20,000 United...

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Dec. 1, 2017

100 years ago: A notice under Local News in The Durango Democrat said, “For quick meals and prompt service come to the Texas Cafe. Orders taken from 16 cents up. At the old Vienna stand.” 75...

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Dec. 1, 2017

100 years ago: Louie Lashment, the “boarding house king,” visited Durango from Gladstone. He was on his way to Ignacio to spend time with family. 75 years ago: Raymond H. Handley, son of Mr. and...

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Nov. 30, 2017

100 years ago: It was announced that Chevrolet owners could get first-class service and repair work done at Marvel Motor Co., located opposite of the Durango Exchange. W.C. Kindred, “one of the...

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Nov. 29, 2017

100 years ago: Clarence Cram was in town from Breen to “get an eyeful of Durango sights.” 75 years ago: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nutt of Gallup, New Mexico, with their daughter Marcella, spent...