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Community College Moves In

Durango High School students and staff can expect big changes next year. Starting in June, Southwest Community College (formerly Pueblo Community College) is moving in….

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Ski Nation DHS

Colorado is a hub for the nation’s best skiers/snowboarders/shredders. As the town of Durango is basically snow free in January, DHS students are still finding…

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Trump vs. Weinstein: The Double Standard

“I just start kissing them… I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything… grab ‘em…

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Literacy Tests: Logan defends an unpopular practice

This year at Durango High School, a new series of tests have been implemented into the curriculum: literacy assessments. “I think that it’s good that…

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Punishment or forced vacation? – Recent suspensions raise questions of effectiveness

Recently, a wave of students were suspended for various offenses, including possession of drugs and weaponry, due to unannounced drug dog searches of the school…

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“I need the buzz to get me through the day”- Rise in popularity of e-cigarettes at DHS raises health concerns

In recent months, high school culture has been affected by the rising popularity of the e-cigarette. Both Vuse, Juul, and other similar vape-like products have…

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2017 Telluride Horror Film Festival

Friday the 13th, 2017 kicked off the 8th annual Telluride Horror Film Festival. Over the course of the weekend, they showcased dozens of horror packed…

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Demon of the Day: Eric Archuleta

Eric Archuleta is a senior at Durango High School who has an very real impact on everyone he meets. While his senior year comes to…

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Posted in Politics

Trump Vs. the People: Taxes

Donald Trump’s 2005 tax return was leaked to a former reporter named David Cay Johnston, revealing that Donald Trump paid $38 million in taxes in…

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Drew-Kulele

Andrew Coleman is a Sophomore at Durango High School who has some pretty sweet ukulele skills. He made his first impression on the stage of…

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Clubs At DHS

Durango High School is known for a variety of different things, and one of them happens to be the vast options of clubs DHS has…

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Planned Parenthood

The services and products offered at Planned Parenthood facilities all across America have struck up controversy between U.S Citizens for years, and recently President Obama…

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