Sacred cows were scarce when Broncos general manager John Elway dug out from the wreckage of that Super Bowl blistering by the Seahawks.
Cornerback Champ Bailey, a...
Walking off the 18th green as the British Open champion, Rory McIlroy kept gazing at all the greats on golf’s oldest trophy.
- Norwegian gets stage win No. 2
- Pirates reel in Rockies
- British Open
- Tour de France
- McIlroy needs one round for glory
Thankful to inherit a strong foundation and eager to lead a program to the next step, Julia Decker is anxious to get to Durango.
Fort Lewis College named Decker the new...
- Is ‘Football 101 for Women’ a joke?
- NCAA targeting increased contact limits
- FLC’s strong-minded cyclists
- Kuchar, Wagstrom selected as FLC’s RMAC scholar athletes
- FLC women’s soccer class grows and grows and ...
High School Sports
Durango High School had known for awhile it was going to be placed into a new league for football. Monday it found out where.
The DHS Demons found themselves in a...
- DHS names Dave Preszler its new AD
- One sport is too few
- Funkhouser finds a fit
- Four Demons make All-SWL
- Coddington calls it quits, for right now
- DSC brings it home at home
- Jump in, the water’s fine
- Youth swimmers divided and conquered
- Durango Swim Club takes the long way round in Cortez
- A diamond for everyone
Matthew Krichman was running with his dog on County Road 125 not far from home when he finally figured it out.
He’d been scouring maps and studying Google Earth...
- ‘All about pain and suffering’
- Outdoors Briefs
- A different desert pilgrimage
- Disc golf among fastest-growing sports
- Outdoors Briefs
On the Run
Independence Day in the Four Corners offers a...
We finally have reached hump day in respect to...
Flies & Lies
A long time ago, there was a television show that...