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April 26, 2018

100 years ago: Mr. and Mrs. W.H. French and Mrs. Robey Greybeal were “Mancos people that spent the night in the city.” 75 years ago: The Durango Elks Lodge met and announced newly-elected...

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April 25, 2018

100 years ago: The Reading Club would meet with Mrs. Rex Mollette at the usual hour and location. 75 years ago: Livestock sales in the San Juan Basin were “holding steady” with lower hog prices,...

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April 24, 2018

100 years ago: William Lambert of Denver was in Durango to look at the city’s “big display of electric signs.” 75 years ago: Corporal Dewey Brown stopped in Durango on his way to Fort Still,...

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April 23, 2018

100 years ago: C.V. Kinney and son, M.B. Kinney, were among the arrivals from the San Luis Valley en route to the Montezuma valley to visit relatives for a few months. 75 years ago: Colorado’s...

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April 22, 2018

100 years ago: Mrs. Louie Haberman, who for the past few days had been a house guest of Mrs. James A. Pulliam, returned home. 75 years ago: Sugar for home canning would be available to...

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April 21, 2018

100 years ago: Andy Chitwood was down from his valley home for his usual visit to his son, Bill, at Mercy Hospital. 75 years ago: Karl Parker, who was an extension agent for Montezuma County...

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April 20, 2018

100 years ago: J.F. Kirkendall was among those who enjoyed the mountain air with folks in Durango. 75 years ago: Ed Candelaria, “farmer and sheepman of the lower Piedra,” was a weekend business...

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April 19, 2018

By Forrest Stone Herald Staff Writer 100 years ago: S.R. Robertson of Denver visited friends and acquaintances in the city. 75 years ago: United States District Judge Symes approved the purchase...

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April 18, 2018

By Forrest Stone Herald Staff Writer 100 years ago: Mrs. Ward Weaver transacted business matters in the city. 75 years ago: According to Fire Chief Dietrich, there was a big shepherd dog...

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April 17, 2018

By Forrest Stone Herald Staff Writer 100 years ago: “A soldier recruit” was delivered by “Dr. Ochsner’s stork” at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Follis of Durango. The mother and newborn were...

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April 16, 2018

By Forrest Stone Herald Staff Writer 100 years ago: After he’d spent a few days in the San Luis Valley “on a business mission,” G.L. Butler, editor of The Farmington Times-Hustler, was in Durango...

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April 15, 2018

100 years ago: Henry Berri, “the well-known local insurance man,” was reported to be confined to his bed at home, “threatened with an attack of pneumonia.” 75 years ago: People celebrated the...