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Ignacio student takes silver in national competition

When does no mean no?

Gabby Creason took a few conversations she had with a friend about sexual consent, then turned it into a survey and group discussions for a project for Family Career and Community Leaders of America, a club at Ignacio High School. Her project took a gold medal and...



San Ignacio Fiesta starts Saturday

St. Ignatius Catholic Church and community volunteers will host the 116th annual San Ignacio Fiesta on July 30 and 31.

The event...

Durango San Ignacio Fiesta starts Saturday Colorado 380x230

Times file photo by Carole McWilliams Elaborate floats created by local families and groups are part of the annual Fiesta parade, taking place July 30 in Ignacio.


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