A new Telluride Film Commission hopes that its target industry will help fill in the economic void left behind by real estate and development
Nebraska-headquartered Cabela’s to open 75,000 square-foot store in Grand Junction’s Mesa Mall.
After a Sept. 16 Ridgway Town Council work session, a task force has been formed to address the use of temporary business signage and will hold its first meeting on Nov. 3.
Ridgway voters will be asked next April if the town should redirect the remaining half of its collected lodging tax revenues to the Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce.
Elk Mountain Resort owner contends the property lost value as more improvements were made.
Dr. David Lurye, current president of the Colorado Dental Association, joins Ridgway’s Dr. Don Swartz.
Ridgway photographer Rich Durnan wants to make graduation photos a special and unique experience, by capturing everything that the senior is about.
Montrose fire ruled accidental.
John Honemann steps up to plate as new GM of Black Canyon Jet Center FBO.
One-stop wedding arrangements…
New store emphasizes healthy eating.
Now you can work out any time, day or night, at Anytime Fitness, in Montrose.
A new billing system and call center at SourceGas is meant to improve customer service.
The rural cooperative San Miguel Power Association has received a third place award for safety from the Colorado Rural Electric Association.
To provide better service, San Miguel Power will now keep its doors open five days a week on an alternating schedule between Ridgway and Nucla.
Investigation results will be released in a few more weeks.
On top of a national recession, the Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce plans to address some issues facing the business community with members of town council at a workshop on Sept. 16.
If Region 10 League for Economic Assistance and Planning receives a state grant, loans to small businesses in six Western Slope counties will be available.
Wayfinder Press’ new guidebooks, Top 30 Things to Do in Durango and Telluride , in area bookstores.