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The List: Hottest Christmas gifts on kids’ wish lists

By Staff

Hottest Christmas gifts on kids’ wish lists: 1 Hatchimals Pengualas.     2 Num Noms Lipgloss Truck Craft Kit.   3 Baby Alive Super Snacks Snackin’ Sara.   4 Throw ‘N’ Pop Pikachu and ...


GYM: Resistance Band Bicep Series

By Staff

Resistance Band Bicep Series Start by standing with both feet on a resistance band, feet together, neutral spine, palms up and thumbs out. Bring one hand up. Simultaneously extend your bent arm as you curl your extended arm for a total of ...


You Saw It, Dec. 22

By Staff

Miracle on Eighth Street

By Steve Beauregard

It’s a chilly December afternoon here in downtown Durango, where I’m with my family in search of a Christmas miracle, by which I mean an empty parking space. There are spots available in a nearby lot, but they cost $5. I have no ...


Reducing suicide rate is cause we all can get behind

By Robin Brown

The many holiday cards that we receive are displayed in our kitchen. These cards are the faces of our friends and family that we’ve accumulated over the years — people we served with in the military, neighbors from the many places ...

Christmas Sweater People

Don’t be ugly: Christmas sweaters don’t deserve all the ‘knit’-picking

By Rachel Sauer

The snowmen did nothing to deserve this. All they ever were was cute. Same for the holly and the ivy, and the stockings hung all in a row: festive to the last sequin. Plus, even if a machine is doing the work, it takes a lot of know-how to ...

US cities with Nativity scenes ignore takedown demands

By The AP

BELEN, N.M. — A historic Hispanic city in New Mexico has one in the center of town on public property. A small farming community in Colorado has another outside of a public park. A Pennsylvania city refused to take its display down ...

Colorado hotels compete to be in Hunter S. Thompson movie

By The AP

DURANGO — Hotels in southwest Colorado are competing to be featured in a new movie about gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson that will be filmed next summer. The Durango Herald reports that five hotels in Durango, Silverton and ...


City to buy pawn shop for $775K

By Amy Hamilton

The Grand Junction City Council unanimously approved two unrelated but important topics for the future of the city on Wednesday night. Councilors approved spending $775,000 for the purchase of the Mesa Pawn & Loan property, at 225 S. ...

Death notices, Dec. 22, 2016

By Staff

■ Edgar Ray Hoffman, 102, Grand Junction, died Dec. 20, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. He was a draftsman for American Electric Power. Survivors include one son, James of Grand Junction; one daughter, Bette Powell of The ...

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