letters to the editor
Like many, I was aghast when, toward the end of the meeting, Mayor Risch stated that “60 percent of the Mexican drug cartel money comes from marijuana.
I am writing to inform whitewater river boaters of an important opportunity to help define and protect recreational flows throughout the Gunnison River Basin by participating in our public survey (...
The Telluride Rotary Club would like to offer special thanks to Craig Ferguson and Planet Bluegrass for giving Rotary the opportunity to extend its offerings at this year's Bluegrass booth.
The Ridgway Ouray Community Council is pleased to announce that since November our membership has increased 21 percent to over 200 members.
Over 600 people enjoyed the Sixth Annual Derby to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Montrose County. We had athletes from all over Colorado and southern Utah that came to compete.
We are now facing the possible implementation of modifications to our Land Use Code Section 9 Visual Impact Regulations, as proposed by the Ouray County Planning Commission, and I am dismayed at th...
As recent events show, however, mining is a tough industry, given the huge upfront costs and wild swings in mineral values.
We are 25-year visitors to Telluride, but after a second year in a row with no fireworks display, we are considering moving on to another town.
A “soda tax” heading toward the ballot!? Really, oh this must be some kind of joke.
I wanted to thank everyone that participated in my fundraiser, Miracle Day, on March 24.
As many of you know, the Food Pantry is looking for a new home.
One of the things a yoga practice can teach is how to transform to remain in balance with all that is changing around you.
I was happy to see the water system mentioned [in the Winter 2012 edition of Watch Publications’ Adventure magazine], as I was the guy who actually dug the main line from the reservoir to the lodge...
The IRS was just doing its job and rather poorly. No scandal, just poor judgment. Sorry.
I would like to express my dismay at the re-appointment of Seth Cagin, by the Board of County Commissioners, to the Library Board of Trustees.
Those members of our community who were able to attend the recent Telluride High School graduation ceremony had the distinct pleasure of witnessing a stirring and soulful event that epitomized what...
The Telluride Rotary Club has raised more than $150,000 from the Coca Cola booth at Bluegrass over the years. Every dollar raised has been donated either to local high school scholarships or kids’ ...
Still trying to figure it out the Visual Impact thing. What am I missing?
The inclusion of the pro nuclear power film Pandora’s Promise into this year’s Mountainfilm Festival gave me serious pause.
This past week I received many generous scholarships at the Telluride High School awards night that I will use in my quest to receive a college degree at Colorado State University.