Kellogg’s, in partnership with Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, is offering cereal with the chocolatier’s trademark logo splashed across the front of the box and the story of its rise from a...
DATE: June 24, 2013 | CATEGORY: Business
Themes of love, diversity and acceptance were on display Saturday for the Pride Parade on Main Avenue in Durango. About 200 people participated in the parade, which started near Seventh Street and ended near 12th Street at Buckley Park. It was part of the five-day Durango Pride Festival, which started Wednesday and ends Sunday with the Animas River Parade Float, which starts at 1:30 p.m.
Hundreds gather for annual Durango Motor Expo on Saturday on Main Avenue.
Golfers battle it out during the second round of the Navajo Trails Open at Hillcrest Golf Club.