While it wasn’t “Sharknado,” a sighting of a funnel cloud did take place in La Plata County on Tuesday morning.
Herald reader Anthony Lopez sent in a photo he shot...
State Nation and World
Drug giant J&J seeks bioethicists' advice on compassionate use of drugs in novel pilot program
- Gallery night
- Look, Mom!
- Farm to Capitol Hill?
- GED program a springboard to college
- School board weighs mill levy
- Beekeepers offer three-day course
- USDA proposes payment rule to close Farm Bill loophole
- Ag Expo honors work of behind-the-scenes volunteers
- Do you know where your livestock are?
- Ag Expo, Saturday: Politics, dogs highlight session
The 2015 Durango Home and Ranch Show, held last weekend at the La Plata County Fairgrounds, drew about 2,500 attendees during the two-day exposition.
They came to see the...
- Osprey CEO: ‘Scrappiness’ key
- N.M. considers standby permit for uranium mine
- Mercy earns 6th straight ‘A’ in safety
- Alpacas are up-and-coming
- Durango to Silverton, hear the opening whistle blow
The Bureau of Land Management Special...
Looking Back Chokecherry butter – coyote medicine Part 2: Continued from April 3 issue of The Cortez Journal
When we lived on the Dolores River at...
SALIDA – Traveling around the...
The main music lineup has been announced for the Dolores River Festival on June 6.
Pimps of Joytime will headline the event for the main show in the evening at 6:30 p.m.
- Boaters gain access to river
- Dolores interviews two principal candidates
- County posting Share the Road signs
- Dove Creek man charged with girlfriend's murder
- Goose museum to host open house
In 1992, Mancos officials sold 50 acres of its land to Montezuma County to be used as a gravel mine north of town off County Road 42.
The $50,000 sale stipulated that as...
- Foresters honored in weekend event
- Town seeks public input on animals
- Destination: Knoxville
- County plans fire ban update
- College ranks high based on success of alumni