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Non Profits Prove Profitable

Durango is a small town with a tight-knit community and lots of nonprofit organizations. Ranging from Trails 2000 to the Powerhouse to the Manna Soup…

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Students Stoked for Slippery Slopes

Upcoming Ski Season Ski season is on its way and the skiing and snowboarding community is gearing up. A lots of students at DHS are…

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Satirically Seuss

In the land of Tusa, I’ll have you know Each citizen is very unique, As we search for a leader to help us grow, Let’s…

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420: Medical Marijuana Issues

In 2012 nearly 1.3 million Colorado citizens voted in favor of recreational marijuana, with the promise that $40 million dollars would fund public schooling, as…

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Spirit Day for Bullied Youth

On October 15th it was Spirit Day for LGBT youth. The idea was that people would wear purple to show solidarity against bullying. However, when…

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College Applications Cause Tears

With the new school year in full swing, the freshman are getting comfortable in the trash cans (not literally), teachers have started to rip their…

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In Light of Recent Events

A few weeks ago, The Durango Herald published a series of articles about the suspension of seven athletes from the Durango cross-country team. The first…

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Winter Falling in Durango

Durango: a town of doctors, lawyers, hippies, college kids, ranchers, and those people who fit somewhere in between. Most of us Durangotangs, however, have one…

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Syrian Refugee Day Takes over Atlas

So far the school year has been full of interesting events in small learning communites, including Global Context Day. This event took place in the…

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SLC Stereotypes: Fact or Fiction?

The Small Learning Communities (SLCs) of Durango High School have acquired countless reputations and stereotypes due to the natural and normal ideas of opposing teams…

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Getting on the Streets

Driving is an ultimate teenage milestone.  There is something about sitting in the driver’s seat that teens can’t resist.  To legally sit behind the wheel,…

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Local Authors Write About Living in Durango

The image of an author usually consists of people spending their time in their offices or homes, staring at a computer screen and typing furiously,…

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