To avoid the high cost of a granite headstone and wait time, a local rock yard is making memorial markers out of sandstone.
Locally-owned restaurant, The Chile Pod, not only survives downtown reconstruction, but the COVID-19 pandemic as well.
Diabetes can adversely affect the healthy functioning of your eyes, so if you have diabetes, you may want to have an ophthalmologist check your sight to ensure that you don't lose your eyesight.
inon Hills Golf Course, located in Farmington, makes Golf Magazines’ list of five courses named as possible hosts for the 2022 PGA Championship.
Locally grown tomatoes in winter? Fresh-picked lettuce, arugula, kale in February? Yes, you can find them at the Four Seasons Winter Farmers Market every Saturday. Sponsored by CMIT Solutions & The Overlook at Edgemont Highlands.
The ongoing COVID to Home Clinic, initiated by San Juan Regional Medical Center, provides COVID-19 positive patients, or those with the signs and symptoms, with day-to-day care via telemedicine visits, so they can recover safely at home.
The mineral hot springs about 8 miles north of Durango on La Plata County Road 203 has experienced several reincarnations as a therapeutic hot springs and resort since the late 19th century, but none as dramatic as the reconstruction by owners Bryan Yearout and Dan Carter. See what changes they've added to create what they hope will become a world-class destination.
The Chicken Creek Nordic Ski Area north of Mancos offers 14 miles of groomed trails through ponderosa pines and scrub oak on the San Juan National Forest. Find out who takes care of the area.
If an old wagon road, mule-train route, or trail existed before the U.S. Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management were established, does that make them public rights-of-way open to travel now although they're on federal land? That depends.
When your focus and eyesight deteriorate suddenly, it may be because you've developed cataracts. That means you need to have the lenses inside your eye replaced. But not to worry. With laser surgery and other technologies, replacement is a breeze, and your sight will improve immediately.
Local actor takes a leap of faith, and opens a wide-ranging performing arts academy in Farmington. Instruction is provided for all ages, in acting, dance, vocals, and auditioning.
Target archery is a low-risk sport for almost anyone. Find out how you can have fun learning a new skill at Xpert Archery and San Juan Archers Club during the pandemic.
A box filled with large-format film and glass-plate negatives shot by an unknown photographer reveal what life was like in the Four Corners a hundred years ago.
The COVID pandemic has brought hardship to many residents of Farmington and The Economic Council Helping Others, ECHO Inc. has been there providing food and emergency services to those in need. Find out how they may be able to help you during these unprecedented times.
Find out how the Flores family tapped into their perseverance and cooking talents to keep The Family Market and Restaurant, afloat during the pandemic.
Farmington business leaders hope a multi-million-dollar improvement project on Main Street will slow traffic and bring new business downtown.
Losing and keeping it off takes a lot more than more exercise. Dr. Ashley Lucas with PHD Weight Loss and Nutrition explains why each weight-loss plan has to be tailored to your metabolism.
If you like fresh, local food, you can't get any fresher or more local than Bluebird Flour, manufactured at Cortez Milling, right in the heart of Southwest Colorado's grain basket northwest of Cortez. Find out more about the process and why Bluebird Flour flies out the door once it's milled.
All that Montezuma County folk artist Dave Sipe needs to create a carving is a chainsaw, a chunk of wood and the inspiration the wood gives him. Stop by his roadside museum on the way to Cortez.
EsoTerra Cidery in Dolores hunts for rare varieties of apples in Montezuma and La Plata counties' heritage orchards to make its unique hard ciders.
Purgatory resort opened on Saturday, Nov. 21, for the 2020-21 ski season amidst rising cases of COVID-19, but resort officials say they believe that skiers and snowboarders can be safe if they wear their masks, practice social distancing, and come prepared to stay outside, because indoor facilities will be closed.