KSUT at Durango Celebration

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KSUT staff and volunteers: Chris Alland, Rose DiCicco, Tami Graham, Armida Juerta, and Robert Ortiz were slinging chile at the event.
Chris Alland and KSUT Executive Director, Tami Graham along with Eddie Jr., and Betty Box. The new KSUT Media Center will bear Eddie Box Jr.’s name.
The fireworks display, which was held over from the City’s Fourth of July schedule due to a fire conditions, ended Veterans Day with a spectacle in the western Durango horizon.
Robert L. Ortiz |

The Southern Ute Drum

Robert L. Ortiz |

The Southern Ute Drum

Robert L. Ortiz |

The Southern Ute Drum

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The City of Durango sponsored a community celebration with family and kid’s events; including food vendors, a beer garden and music by the Cannondolls. The festivities ended with a fireworks display, Saturday, Nov. 11. Earlier in the day, the city hosted a Veterans Parade on Main St., and the celebration continued into the evening at the Durango Transit Station.

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