letters to the editor
Regarding the recently published letter from U.S. Forest Service Norwood District Ranger Judy Shutza discussing boundary management.
What an amazing turnout we had for Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s fundraising event Rockin’ at the Opera.
What a perfect time for a movie like Halle Berry’s The Call to be released!
This is one program that really does work well for everyone.
I have followed the current kerfuffle concerning the Ridgway Secondary School, Ms. Gomez and Jim Bob Hobbs with no small amount of dismay.
I appreciate the attention to boundary management at the ski area and the recent article by Martinique Davis, but there was one statement I’d like to clarify.
Agenda 21 is not an international conspiracy.
Telski CEO Chuck Horning’s current yammering about economic “sustainability” is impossible for me to understand.
The American Cancer Society is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2013.
The Montrose County Commissioners approved a resolution to reject the UN’s Agenda 21.
The rantings and ravings from the right go on with no sound basis for the blather.
The 2013 Colorado legislature session runs from January 9 to May 8 and if you have an opinion, now is a good time to let your state representative or senator know.
One of the shining moments in a Telluride local’s life, other than epic powder days and an incredible lineup at Bluegrass, is when the opportunity to purchase a home in the region becomes a reality.
I wanted to pass on to the town of Telluride some financial information that my wife received from the library via a public request.
The most deadly time of the year for our teens happens to be one of the happiest times of their lives as well.
We found the offer by Art Goodtimes in his “Up Bear Creek” column of January 10 to travel to Telluride monthly and meet with citizens informally outside of regularly scheduled commissioners’ meetin...
Our family would like to extend a HUGE thanks to the community of Ridgway for their compassion, generosity and friendship.
Editor: We would like to express our thanks and gratitude to the local businesses and community members who donated to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center’s Telluride and Ouray fundraisers. T...
Editor: I was dismayed to hear that (the Board of Telluride’s Wilkinson Library is) going to close the library on Sundays. I understand the need to meet budgetary shortfalls, however, closing on S...
The Ridgway Community Food Pantry would like to thank our wonderful community for their generous donations throughout this year.