After the Bon Ton restaurant closed in November, so many people approached former employees Chris and Taryn Lee and Tim Eihausen about reopening it that they finally decided, “Why not?”
Tomboy Soap Unveils New Name, Packaging at Telluride Holiday Arts Show...Fly Me to the Moon Saloon hires new manager, Crystal Geise.
Dave Ramirez joins Cornerstone Mortgage Company.
Local communications firm GrahamSpencer is teaming up with Telluride Ski Area to host a brand/media event called The White Room.
In between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, head out into your own community and do some shopping at local small businesses.
Owner Ken Crombie opened the doors of Montrose Music in late July, and has been hard at working tearing down the walls to access an adjacent vacant space for the creation of music classrooms and a ...
Colorado Smiles’ Daniel Clader, DDS, is a man who truly loves dentistry, but he probably loves his patients even more.
Bon Ton proprietor Tim Tucker alleges that former employees have sabotaged his business by giving the restaurant poor online reviews on sites like Trip Advisor.
Telluride was chosen to host next year’s annual Governor's Colorado Tourism Conference, on heels of TTI’s win for ‘Outstanding Marketing Award’ at this year’s event, in Steamboat Springs.
The country’s largest uranium producer will concentrate on mining its lower cost resources in northern Arizona.
Condé Nast Traveler magazine has released its annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey naming the Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge in Telluride as No. 70 in the coveted Top 100 Hotels & Res...
In the old Sunset Automotive garage in Ridgway, God’s Rods builds one-of-a-kind hot rods, for show, and for driving around.
Telluride Brewing Co.’s second gold-medal win in less than a year makes the Telluride-born company the stuff of legend.
A new restaurant opens on Main Street in Montrose.
Ouray Brewing’s Camp Bird Blond Ale received accolades recently… Telluride DMC Realize Planning selects Eileen Burns as new director of sales and marketing.
Telluride Foundation CEO Paul Major asked, “Can you do good and make money at the same time?”
Yogini Rebecca Mayer blends the physical with the more cerebral yogic teachings, creating individualized programs for clients.
So far, business is pretty sweet.
DeVries Farm’s corn maze and pumpkin patch now open
Art Gallery/wine bar brings low-key ambiance, top-flight art to the Telluride afternoon-evening scene