letters to the editor
We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the Telluride Association of Realtors for their financial assistance towards the purchase of our new home in Telluride.
Our community goals could be saving the distressed trees in Ridgway and Ouray County by discontinuing the application of mag chloride for dust control.
First and foremost, county taxpayers should not be paying for personal use of county vehicles.
We would like to thank all of you who over the years have taken the time and effort to speak to us both privately and publicly about your concerns and your success stories regarding the Ridgway Sch...
I am writing in response to your article “Agreement for Dogs, Cats at Large Being Explored,” which reported on the Board of County Commissioners’ work session addressing animal control needs in the...
The following letter was sent to Reeves Brown and the Club 20 Membership and copied to the The Telluride Watch for publication .
On behalf of the Livery "team," I just want to say thank you to all the citizens who recently signed our petitions regarding functioning of the Livery Playhouse.
Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your overwhelming outpouring of support and encouragement during our recent difficulties with the operation of The Livery Playhouse.
I would like to respond to Karl Grant’s attempt at lambasting Curtis Odom and the Livery Playhouse.
We love our pets in Telluride. We play with them, hug and kiss them and even let them sleep in our beds.
Dr. Grundy’s and Dr. Koelliker’s quick diagnosis, and immediate transport to Montrose Memorial Hospital, was the key to saving my life.
Thank you for covering the issues of Norwood rec center a couple of weekends ago.
The district had enough courage to withstand their relentless pressure and, fortunately being independent of town regulations, built the Tower anyway.
I would like to express my disapproval of the Sheep Mountain Alliance’s attempt to ban plastic bags in the Town of Telluride, and my hope that Town Council does not take any steps in this direction.
It isn't everyday that the true power of film is made clear.
Rob Schultheis’s commentary “What's Going On?” in the Friday, March 7 Watch should anger us all.
The Telluride region has a voracious appetite for daffodils.