Durango Telegraph

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The Durango Telegraph is an independent weekly publication based in Durango, Colorado.[1] The Telegraph began publication on August 22, 2002.[2] Founded as an alternative to the region’s dominant daily newspaper, the Telegraph was named after a popular local mountain bike trail.

The Telegraph also features reporting on environmental, recreational, political, arts, and entertainment news in the Four Corners region of Southwestern Colorado. The paper is distributed every Thursday morning for free.


Missy Votel

Regular contributors[edit]

Tracy Chamberlin, Stew Mosberg, Zach Hively, Jen Reeder, Missy Votel, Ari Levaux, David Feela, Luke Mehall, Joy Martin, Clint Reid, Allen Best, Shan Wells, Lainie Maxson & Chris Aaland


  1. ^ http://www.nexport.com/company.cfm?company=586063_THE_DURANGO_TELEGRAPH_NEWSPAPERS_DURANGO_CO
  2. ^ http://www.durangotelegraph.com/02-08-22/index.html

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