Month: November 2014

Sydney Mattox November 21, 2014

November 11 marks an important day for all Americans. On this day Americans everywhere honor veterans who fought for our country. Durango has many different celebrations dedicated to thanking these veterans for all they have done. One of the biggest events is the Veteran’s Day Parade. The DHS band marched in the parade, showing their […]

Sydney Mattox November 21, 2014

How hard would life be if every word had letters that looked foreign? That isn’t even half the struggle that dyslexics go through everyday when they are confronted with the seemingly monumental task of reading. Kids go through their lives thinking they are dumb and are on average already two years behind understanding the regular […]

Sydney Mattox November 19, 2014

Mr. Zeiner, being an eccentric teacher, keeps his classroom immaculately clean. His decorations include large potted plants, student art, posters of his family’s homeland, and images of the Hawaiian Islands. As sponsor of both Fashion Club and a ukulele group, Zeiner’s room also serves as a storehouse for musical instruments and design projects. “Most everything […]

Sydney Mattox November 19, 2014

Space Exploration, more commonly known as SpaceX, is the first private company to have launched a rocket into space, and then rendezvous with the International Space Station (ISS).  SpaceX has joined the exclusive group of Russia and the U.S. government as the only entities to have paired with the ISS. SpaceX founder and CEO, Elon […]

Isaac Ducker November 19, 2014

On November 6th, Durango High School Troupe 1096 received exhilarating news. Not only had they received a perfect score on their performance of Les Miserables, but also, they are now ranked the #1 thespian group in the state of Colorado. This will be the first time the western slope region will be recognized in the […]