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Hot Home Trend to Watch: The Two-Toned Kitchen

Hot Home Trend to Watch: The Two-Toned Kitchen

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine Two-toned colored kitchens are gaining popularity this year. White and gray painted cabinets are dominating kitchen color schemes, according to the 2017 Kitchen & Bath Design Trends survey conducted by the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Photo by Rebecca Hay Designs – Look for kitchen pictures Particularly gray-toned kitchen […]

Durango residents advocate for homeless campground

Durango residents advocate for homeless campground

In the year that Sonia Horsting has lived on Ella Vita Court in Durango, she’s seen many people make their way up the hill to camp north of the Tech Center.

Nottingham Ranch sale marks last stand for ranching clan that homesteaded Vail Valley

Nottingham Ranch sale marks last stand for ranching clan that homesteaded Vail Valley

Susan Nottingham’s hard decision to sell the family ranch, 20,000 acres along the Colorado River, marks the end of ranching for clan that homesteaded land that became the Vail Valley’s Avon, Beaver Creek.

Nottingham Ranch sale marks last stand for ranching clan that homesteaded Vail Valley

Nottingham Ranch sale marks last stand for ranching clan that homesteaded Vail Valley

Susan Nottingham’s hard decision to sell the family ranch, 20,000 acres along the Colorado River, marks the end of ranching for clan that homesteaded land that became the Vail Valley’s Avon, Beaver Creek.

Mortgage Rates Erase Last Week’s Damage

Mortgage Rates Erase Last Week’s Damage

Mortgage rates reversed course this week, completely undoing last week’s moderately abrupt move higher. But they had help along the way. There were two key events that stood the best chance to inform this week’s rate momentum, and they did not disappoi…

Metro Denver inflation rate continues climbing in 2017, hitting highest level since 2011

Metro Denver inflation rate continues climbing in 2017, hitting highest level since 2011

A jump in housing costs and gasoline prices helped push up the metro area’s inflation rate to 3.1 percent in the first half of the year, the highest level since 2011.

Metro Denver inflation rate continues climbing in 2017, hitting highest level since 2011

Metro Denver inflation rate continues climbing in 2017, hitting highest level since 2011

A jump in housing costs and gasoline prices helped push up the metro area’s inflation rate to 3.1 percent in the first half of the year, the highest level since 2011.

Hunter S. Thompson wouldn’t remove his convertible after John Oates bought his Colorado cabin

Hunter S. Thompson wouldn’t remove his convertible after John Oates bought his Colorado cabin

When pop star John Oates closed on a Woody Creek property that became a $6 million log cabin, Hunter S. Thompson’s red Pontiac convertible was parked inside the house.

Suburban poverty rising more slowly in Denver than it is nationwide, new report says

Suburban poverty rising more slowly in Denver than it is nationwide, new report says

Poverty has generally been rising faster in suburbs than in urban areas during the last 15 years, but that nationwide trend has been far less pronounced in metro Denver, according to a new report.

Suburban poverty rising more slowly in Denver than it is nationwide, new report says

Suburban poverty rising more slowly in Denver than it is nationwide, new report says

Poverty has generally been rising faster in suburbs than in urban areas during the last 15 years, but that nationwide trend has been far less pronounced in metro Denver, according to a new report.