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Popular Durango coffee joint closed, relocated

Durango prides itself on shopping locally, especially when it comes to the many coffee shops. Everyone has their own personal favorite, and many can say…

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Cutthroat Colorado DECA Heads to Nationals

Colorado DECA is ranked 10th in international membership with  7,856 members, making it some of the steepest competition in the game.  This year, February 21-23,…

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Adoption opens arms around world

Meg and Joe Pecorino’s journey to Africa all started shortly after they were approved to adopt. Their agency sent them a referral which they accepted…

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Students don’t buy sport budget

Along with many of high schools all over the country, DHS has faced tremendous budget cuts. These cuts have many consequences, leaving room for lots…

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When I Grow Up . . .

Teaching would be such a horrible job! Most high school students think this thought at least once throughout their minimum of 12 years stuck in…

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Schooling the art world

The eyes are the windows to the soul, for most. For Fr. Aubrey Hirst and Sr. Julia Ion, the beauty of the soul is seen…

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DHS takes Disneyland

This spring break, the DHS choir will be taking a trip to Anaheim, California to perform at Walt Disney’s Disneyland. Both Colours choir and Concert…

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Girls swim sends multiple members to state

Even though the Demons Girls Swim and Dive team did not top all the podiums in the 2015-2016 season, the year was still full of…

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Girls tennis, Lacrosse experience coaching vacancies

Early this year, many girls lacrosse and tennis players found out they don’t have a coach for their 2016 season. The application process has been…

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Atlas Personal Projects Powerful End to SLCs

The Durango High School Atlas sophomore class of 2015 was the first class to attempt the Atlas personal project. The Atlas personal project consists of…

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Theaters fill with drop dead laughter

Most children dream about superpowers; at a young age they are influenced by the capes, the hidden identity, the valiant rescue missions, and the cool…

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NAHS Art Students Can’t Wait to Titillate

The Durango Public Library has recently opened their facility to display various forms of youth artwork such as photography, paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics or even…

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