Madison LeSage, 3, talks with her brother, Harry, on Thursday after he rode down the hill at Buckley Park inside the inflatable Giga Ball. Madison's and Harry's father, John LeSage, bought the soft-sided ball online as a Christmas present for the children.
Susan Kimbler uses a pick to clear snow and ice from her driveway in Hermosa on Thursday. She is taking advantage of the warm rays that are helping to melt the solid snowpack. But the reprieve is temporary. The National Weather Service expects a snowstorm to move into the area Saturday.
Acting Marshal Jesse Stansel, right, sits in this 1904 studio shot with an unidentified man who may be Durango Marshal William J. Wickline. Stansel was tried, and later acquitted, for the fatal shooting of Sheriff William Thompson in 1906.
This still is from the film "White Fawn's Devotion," circa 1910, a movie made by the first documented American Indian film director. It is among this year's additions to the National Film Registry, run by the Library of Congress.
Kaila Hart of Durango DEVO's U19 team pedals along followed by teammates Hannah Madden and Joan Walker during a race in Nathrop in May. The DEVO program features multiple racing options for the older cyclists.