Featured Stories

El Diablo May 21, 2018

At SOS Outreach, the goal is to help kids gear up for life, ultimately changing the lives and communities they touch. With five full-time offices in three states along with national partnerships with ski resorts and the United States Forest Service, they work with at-risk students to help them shape their own future. The SOS […]

El Diablo May 18, 2018

The shooting on February 14 in Parkland, Florida has sparked a revolution led by teenagers and passionate individuals who are both conservative and liberal. Over many decades, we have seen gun violence become more prevalent across the board, not just in schools, but in the workplace and in public spaces as well. People are beginning […]

El Diablo May 18, 2018

On March 24, 2018, Fr. Wiley Corra was severely injured in Salt Lake City while waiting on a pedestrian bridge for a movie with his father, Andy Corra, and friends. Wiley Corra’s unpredictable accident occurred as he leapt onto a wall that looked to have grass right underneath it, turned to look back at his […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

These days, it’s difficult to find a teenager that isn’t feeling stressed out, but it’s even harder during the springtime. For many people, the spring brings happy times, like easter and warm sunny days. But for students in high school, stress levels are boosted to the moon with all the tests, sports, and anticipations for […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

When people hear the phrase “Aerospace Design Team,” they typically think of some club with few people who have an interest for space. The word Aerospace just sounds technical. But when you walk into the room, you see a variety of people who have an interest for more than just aeronautics. This club is welcoming, […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

Durango High School is a place for high academic achievers. Each year, students have the opportunity to add Advanced Placement, or AP classes to their schedule. These classes give students the chance to get credits for college in their future, but how many AP classes should students take before it becomes too overwhelming? “I think […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

  In the modern age, devices and online services have become the new face of identity theft. The stereotypical masked hacker has been replaced by handy technology. The only difference: no information is being stolen illegally. “When you read the fine print, it absolutely says it will use your data and give it to other […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

In recent years, Durango’s community has been growing immensely, and with that growth comes new recreational facilities to support the increasing population, like newly opened Lake Nighthorse.   On Sunday April 1, 2018,  Lake Nighthorse publicly opened after delaying its opening for over seven years, when the construction of the lake finished in 2011. The […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

Many teens will spend many hours on their phones. However, what they may not realize is that this time looking at a screen can severely  impact their mental health. According to researchers from Florida and San Diego state universities, “teens that spend up to five or more hours on their phone have experienced suicidal thoughts, […]

El Diablo May 10, 2018

Prior to teaching, one of DHS’s many loved teachers, Eric Jackson, worked alongside the military with the first chemical plant to dispose and destroy chemical weapons, while experiencing many other eventful times. Mr. Jackson is a great educator (teaching Anatomy and Physiology, as well as the AVID program), but he also had a one-of-a-kind job […]

El Diablo May 10, 2018

“Knock three times on the slab and ask a favor. Draw the X, place your hand over it, rub your foot three times against the bottom, throw some silver coins into the cup, and make your wish.” But, it won’t come true.  One of my guides gave us a little insight to the secrets of […]