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J. Paul Brown to reduce sheep herd amid disease concerns for bighorns

Ignacio rancher J. Paul Brown said he will reduce about 800 sheep from his herd as a result of a buyout of one of his grazing allotments on the Weminuche Wilderness.

J. Paul Brown to reduce sheep herd amid disease concerns for bighorns

J. Paul Brown looks over his sheep at their winter range Saturday near Aztec. Brown has agreed to a buyout on one grazing allotment in the Weminuche Wilderness that poses a risk to bighorns.

J. Paul Brown to reduce sheep herd amid disease concerns for bighorns

J. Paul Brown, left, and Peruvian herder, John Edgar, say they do everything they can to reduce contact between domestic sheep and native bighorns.

San Juan Regional Medical Center announces additional external assessment dates for COVID-19 symptoms

A drive-thru assessment center for possible COVID-19 testing has been set up at San Juan Regional Medical Center. The center will be open Wednesday and Friday this week.

A lesson from the Spanish influenza outbreak a century ago

Two Red Cross nurses ride the streets of Durango near the time of the Spanish influenza of 1918. Much like with the current coronavirus outbreak, residents in 1918 self-isolated to slow the spread of the deadly virus.

A lesson from the Spanish influenza outbreak a century ago

Loisa Bass was reported to be Durango’s first victim of the Spanish influenza outbreak of 1918. In 2019, a ceremony was held in Greenmount Cemetery to place a headstone on the 8-year-old’s unmarked grave.

A lesson from the Spanish influenza outbreak a century ago

2 Southern Ute employees test positive for COVID-19

The Southern Ute Indian Tribe announced Sunday two tribal employees have tested positive for COVID-19, the coronavirus.

International ‘Clap Because We Care’ coming to Durango

Durangoans can take to their doorsteps Sunday night to clap and cheer in support of health care, public service and other workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 response.
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