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1st Of 4 Accused Of Murdering College Student Pleads Guilty

DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – The first of four Arizona men charged in the shooting death of a Fort Lewis College student has been sentenced to 17 years in prison. 120 more words

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Colorado Resident Has Been Picking Up Trash For 20 Years

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) – When Janet Reichl was a little girl, her father used to say it’s just as easy to pick something up as it is to walk over it. 778 more words

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11pm Late Night Sober FLC Party Reed Library 16

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Nocella on Activism and Teaching

Durango Herald recently wrote an article about Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II scholar-activist.

“Amidst the dawn of a new presidential administration and the ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline issue, demonstrators, it seems, are a more frequent sight both nationally and in Durango. 112 more words

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Stepping into Intimidation (Life After College)

“We don’t stop going to school when we graduate.” ~ Carol Burnett

       It has almost been a full month since I graduated with my bachelors; however, it only feels as if I am just on winter break.

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College Students Vandalize Native American Ruins

DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – Fort Lewis College in Durango is looking into a case of vandalism involving students.

A photo taken at an area of Native American ruins in the Comb Ridge area near Bluff, Utah shows writing in charcoal on the rocks that says “Fort Lewis College OP 2016.” The photo was taken by hiker Wanda Gayle, who said “my intent on publicizing this is that vandalism in cultural sites is not okay.” 93 more words

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Top 10 women's basketball forward recruit signs with Division II school

Signing day: Guess where @AHSLadyEagles star and national recruit @vivian_gray_30 will sign today. #txhshoops. https://t.co/Aq4QYmXyBu pic.twitter.com/649GJZsaN0

— Steve Gamel (@NewspaperSteve) November 9, 2016

For Argyle (Texas) senior Vivian Gray, there were options aplenty.

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