letters to the editor
The Ridgway Community Food Pantry would like to thank our wonderful community for their generous donations throughout this year.
I would like to express my deepest thanks for the community support of the Telluride Ski and Snowboard World Cup.
My friend Jeff Downs survived a bad car wreck recently when his car slid on black ice and rolled off the highway on Lizard Head Pass.
I would like to thank all of the people that came out to support me and my efforts at the “Girls Night Out” fundraiser a of couple weekends ago.
It won’t be popular to defend gun ownership after the senselessness of the school massacre in Connecticut – lives left empty.
The event that occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut is horrific, life-altering and unexplainable.
I just wanted to express how wonderful I thought The Nutcracker performance was this past weekend.
Several years ago, Lousiana Pacific and Montrose economic interests were singing the same song as Montrose Forest Products is now. All our forests are diseased and needed to be cut down for “health...
Art Goodtimes’ stint in the seminary was apparently not quite long enough to learn what is meant by the Catholic doctrine of papal infallibility (Up Bear Creek, Nov. 29th, “Reading a History of the...
As part of the inaugural Holiday Prelude season, the Town of Telluride recently hosted a holiday bonfire in Elks Park.
I am appalled to learn that outgoing Mexican President Felipe Calderon was selected to teach at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
I just wanted to make it clear that Paula Ciberay, the Youth Services Program and Outreach Manager, was the one who was the mastermind behind all of the fun, free, creative activities for children ...
The Telluride School District Ski P.E. Program would like to send a huge thanks to Jumpin' Jan and KOTO for their generous donation to our program.
It is with relief joy and elation that I write to you about the status of the Spring Creek Basin mustangs.
Recent decisions by the city of Montrose may bode well for the future.
As others have noted “maintaining proper balance” is key….too much of one thing could foreclose out other economic development opportunity.
We live in a time when voter's rights are subject to approval of elitists who know what's better for us than we know for ourselves.
The Telluride Medical Center would like to express sincere gratitude for the health care providers who made our 2012 Annual Health Fair last month both possible and successful.
I wish to say thank you to all of the Ouray County voters who voted in the 2012 election.
Voters owe a lot of gratitude to all the elections judges and all the staff in the County Clerk's office in all Colorado counties.