arts & entertainment
From the Presidential race to Senate and House races to local county commissioner races, the 2012 election brought little change.
If the issuance of a radioactive materials license for the proposed Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill seemed to signal the end of its approval process, 2012 signaled it’s restart.
From fickle weather patterns in the winter to extremely hot and dry weather conditions in the summer, 2012 was a year of weather extremes that left their mark.
First there was great anticipation in Telluride and Montrose. Then there was a debate over whether the Pro Cycle Tour was worth the effort.
Telluride finally secures its right to develop a new municipal water supply in Bridal Veil Basin, complete with a water treatment plant at the foot of Black Bear Pass.
“It's one of my favorite movies,” said John Snyder.
Can we “accept responsibility for making ice disappear?”
As funerals continue for 26 victims of the mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and the White House voices support for reinstating a ban on assault weapons, school and ...
High comedy and a murder mystery onstage in Telluride, and a famous mountaineer visits Ridgway’s Sherbino Theatre, all in the arts this week.
Right now, there are homeless military veterans camping out in the woods of the Uncompahgre Plateau, west of Montrose, she reports, alone and in the cold. Welcome Home Montrose Warrior Resource Cen...
The 2013 route, announced on Wednesday, will start in Aspen and end in Denver.
Despite no natural snow to speak of, Telluride again hosted the elite World Cup for ski- and snowboardcross athletes last week.
Just because unemployment remains high, it does not mean talent should go to waste because monetary compensation is not available.
Ernst Baer’s career has spanned decades, continents and 24 employment relationships with top salons. He’s just gotten back from an attempt at “retirement,” and is now styling hair at Bernard’s, nam...
After a six-year hiatus, Judy Kohin is right at home as executive director of Telluride’s Ah Haa School for the Arts.
The Sheridan Opera House celebrates its 100th anniversary with a year-long series of events, starting with Vaudeville Night, Dec. 30.
With the only snow in the state, the Grand Mesa Nordic Council stepped up to host two days of USSA-sanctioned nordic races last weekend.
Although Telluride boasts solid programs and facilities for preschool-aged children, infant care still an issue for local working families.
Thirty-five bike racks spring up in downtown Montrose, thanks to DDA donation program.
Find out what happens when Fort Collins soul rock band You Me & Apollo plays a rowdy Irish pub in Grand Junction.