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Highly invasive aquatic weed discovered in the Animas Valley

Rod Cook, owner of Cook’s Land Services, said it may take multiple treatments to completely eradicate an invasive aquatic plant found in the Animas Valley.

Highly invasive aquatic weed discovered in the Animas Valley

Eurasian watermilfoil can outcompete and outgrow native plants, and wreak havoc on water infrastructure. Weed managers are working quickly to remove it from ponds north of Durango.

Highly invasive aquatic weed discovered in the Animas Valley

Eurasian watermilfoil was first brought to the U.S. in the early 1900s, and has since spread all over the country. It was found in La Plata County for the first time last fall.

Photo: Making (Highway 550) connections

Brandon Smith with Kelly Trucking and Lawrence Construction walks across a track-pad Friday that is used to keep dirt and rocks off the road at the U.S. 550/160 Connection South Project at Farmington Hill. Currently, a service road is being constructed to accommodate equipment and alleviate traffic impacts on U.S. Highway 550.

Pine River Valley grassroots initiative receives grant for senior services

Paul Pavich, a volunteer with Pine River Shares, helps Charlene Johnson fill her bag with food from the pantry during a food giveaway held in Bayfield in 2018. Pine River Shares and the Southwest Center for Independence are taking steps to bring resources to community members through the Thrive in Place project, which recently received a $66,000 grant.

September snow doesn’t faze Southwest Coloradans

The San Juan Mountains north of Durango gained a dusting of snow Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Additional snow is expected in the high country of Southwest Colorado through Thursday. There’s even a slight chance of snow Friday morning.

September snow doesn’t faze Southwest Coloradans

Snow-dusted trees reflect in Andrews Lake north of Durango. An early September storm brought in wintry conditions just a few days after a blazing hot Labor Day weekend.

September snow doesn’t faze Southwest Coloradans

The San Juan Mountains north of Durango wear a dusting of snow Wednesday.

September snow doesn’t faze Southwest Coloradans

Purgatory Resort saw a dusting of snow from its first snowstorm Tuesday and Wednesday. Purgatory plans to open Nov. 21.

September snow doesn’t faze Southwest Coloradans

The first hint of winter descended on Purgatory Resort on Tuesday and Wednesday. While lower-elevation, southern Colorado cities saw rain and chilly weather, the mountains of Colorado saw as much as 14 inches of snow.
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