Category Archives: October 2016

Emergency funding: Dolores County residents are voting on a mill levy for ambulance service

In November, Dove Creek and western Dolores County will try to resolve a conundrum created by the special election in 2015 that approved formation of the Dove Creek Ambulance District. The purpose of creating this district was to improve emergency … Continue reading

Published in October 2016

Uplift conference draws diverse crowd

A group of concerned millennial citizens gathered in August to recognize the diversity they believe is missing in climate- change conversation. The second annual 2016 Uplift Climate Conference was held at Chris Park in the San Juan Forest, near Durango, … Continue reading

Published in October 2016

A dream come true: A new center for the arts is opening in Cortez

A new arts center is opening in Cortez after an intense, 18-month renovation process to transform a 1950s gas station into a practical yet inspiring studio space. The building design and space planning had to function on multiple platforms, as … Continue reading

Published in Arts & Entertainment, October 2016

Another sparkling mystery from Tana French Prose and Cons

Most mystery-series authors write a book a year at the behest of their publishers. But since the success a decade ago of her acclaimed Dublin Murder Squad debut In the Woods, Tana French has written and released a new Murder … Continue reading

Published in October 2016, Prose and Cons

Cat fight: The threatened Canada lynx is a factor in lawsuits over the Village at Wolf Creek

The future of a seldom-seen feline and the fate of a luxury development on Wolf Creek Pass, seemingly distinct issues, are inextricably entangled. The status of the shy, snow-loving Canada lynx, listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, influences … Continue reading

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