letters to the editor
The school board lays out their argument for a yes vote on question 3B.
Zimmermans call a vote for the school question a vote for an improved quality of life.
Robert Linn voices his support for House District 58 candidate Noelle Hagan.
Building costs will only go up, says Frank Starr, so common sense says to build the new gym now.
Take it from the P.E. teacher, students need a place to play.
The Kents support Noelle Hagen for State Representative of House District 58.
John Hollrah doubts commissioner candidate Bob Wolford’s commitment to maintaining the character of Ouray County.
Senior citizens support senior students’ efforts to educate voters about need for new performing arts classroom and gym.
The Ouray Community Development Committee commends the school district for its long-range plan to become a “top 10” school in Colorado.
Bob Callard dies; ‘tribute of sorts’ to be held in Telluride in November.
Marie Fouche, Artist and Substitute Teacher, Expresses Her Condolences
Howard Greene supports Lynn Padgett for Ouray County Commissioner.
Rusty Weaver asks voters to think twice before ‘patronizing the establishment’ this election.
An amendment on the November ballot could potentially circumnavigate Roe vs. Wade in Colorado.
The first annual Ouray Mountain Trail Run was a smashing success thanks to community support.
Ken Lipton states his case for supporting Heidi Albritton and Lynn Padgett for Ouray County Commissioners.
Support for the school ballot question 3B will support the area’s youth, and thus the community.
A ‘yes’ vote on question 3B will secure a state grant of $400,000 for the school project.
The annual ROCC parking lot sale was another stunning success, with plenty of thanks to go around.
The first annual Ouray Mountain Trail Run will help promote “athletic tourism” and support youth organizations.