Pedestrians were bundled up against the snow in downtown Durango as they cross College Drive at Main Avenue on Wednesday morning when snow moved into the area. It was too early to say whether Durango can expect a white Christmas, although early next week looks to be mostly sunny.
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Pedestrians were bundled up against the snow in downtown Durango as they cross College Drive at Main...

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

Wednesday

12:43 a.m.
Four people were seen fighting behind J. Bo’s Pizza & Rib Co., 1301 Florida Road.

Tuesday

12:46 p.m.
A man seen in the women’s bathroom at the Durango Transit Center received a verbal...
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Local Briefs

Old cash-key device to be removed

The city of Durango Parking Division will remove the device for reading old cash keys from the Durango Transit Center at the end of December.

The program to exchange the cash key will remain, but the center will no longer be...


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And the West is History

100 years ago: “J.S. Eldredge came up from the Sunset Lumber Company’s mill with the hide of a coyote on which he collected the regular bounty at the county treasurer’s...


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