Todd Youngblood surveys several feet of water in his neighbor’s and his yards. “Nothing like having a swimming pool in your front yard when you wake up,” he said. “It’s the most water we’ve ever had here.”
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Todd Youngblood surveys several feet of water in his neighbor’s and his yards. “Nothin...

Durango digs out from deluge

The city of Durango awoke Sunday morning to face the aftermath of torrential downpours and violent flash flooding that took place in the...

The Blotter

Most items in this column are taken from logs of calls made to authorities. Their accuracy may not have been verified by an official investigation.

Durango Police

Friday

12:43 a.m.
An intoxicated man was removed from Moe’s Starlight Lounge, 937 Main Ave. An arrest was made.

4:27 a.m.
Someone reported hearing a dog barking for about three hours near East Fourth Avenue and 32nd Street.
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Local Briefs

Wilderness study areas to be discussed

In honor of Wilderness Celebration Week, San Juan Mountains Association in partnership with the Tres Rios Bureau of Land Management Field Office will sponsor a lecture by Chris Barns, Wilderness Specialist with the National...


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Region Briefs

Bureau plans move to bigger forensics lab

ARVADA – The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is moving its forensic lab to a bigger building to accommodate a rising demand for DNA analysis.

The CBI will move into industrial...


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And the West is History

100 years ago: “S.E. Land, assistant superintendent of the state fish hatcheries, went up to Electra lakes with the final consignment of 250,000 fry for the new retaining...


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