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LIVINGSTON: A big week ahead for fate of fall sports

Durango High School senior Gage Mestas would face a tough decision between baseball and football in the spring of 2021 if Colorado were to follow New Mexico’s lead and push high school football back to the spring. Mestas wants to play college baseball, but he’s also one of Durango’s best football players and would make the Demons a Class 3A state contender.

LIVINGSTON: A big week ahead for fate of fall sports

There is high hopes for a Colorado high school football season in 2020. With New Mexico moving its season to the spring, Durango and Bayfield could clash again in 2020 despite not having each other originally on the schedule. Both schools now have holes in their schedules because of New Mexico’s decision.

LIVINGSTON: A big week ahead for fate of fall sports

Durango and Bayfield football players are waiting for news these days. Will they kick off the 2020 season in the fall or have to wait until the spring?

LIVINGSTON: A big week ahead for fate of fall sports

All the Fort Lewis College football team can do is sit back and wait to see if it will begin fall practices Aug. 10 in preparation for a fall season or if the season will be postponed until the spring. The RMAC is expected to make a decision July 17.

LIVINGSTON: A big week ahead for fate of fall sports

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LIVINGSTON: A big week ahead for fate of fall sports

Levi Tichi and the Durango High School boys golf team got positive news about the fall 2020 season Friday, as CHSAA indicated an Aug. 10 start date.

Will Durango break 100 degrees this weekend?

As temperatures hovered around 90 degrees Friday, the Animas River was a popular place to cool off. Durango could see record-high temperatures this weekend as a heat wave moves into the region.

Man who drove into Durango train depot sentenced to 21 days in jail

New RV park approved south of Durango

A new RV Park on Florida Mesa south of Durango was approved Thursday night, with no public opposition.

Our view: What’s wrong with this movie?

Rose Byrne and Steve Carell as rival political operatives in “Irresistible.”
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