Rural: Romney. Urban: Obama. Or, states with a bigger urban population than a rural one: Blue. States with a bigger rural population than an urban one: Red.
Our local election results were only a small part of a larger picture in Colorado that saw our purple status moving into a deeper shade of blue.
A trip to Telluride’s big-sister ski town brings some things into focus.
Same as it ever was. Or, at least, same as it has been for at least the last couple of decades.
The Telluride Town Council voted unanimously on Oct. 30, 2012, to adopt an update of the Telluride Cultural Master Plan originally adopted in 1996.
Any student between the ages of 14-19 who’s interested in applying to be on COYAC can find the application at www.coyac.org or contact me for information.
Does the presence of parents make sibling rivalry turn vicious?
Here are some really safe election predictions. Barack Obama will handily win San Miguel County. Mitt Romney will take Montrose by a landslide. Ouray County will be split.
For the record books, the Giants’ run to the World Series was historic. For me, the World Series was a drag.
The turncoats in the USPS doping mess should be called out as well.
Our governments’ recent unanimous decision to approve a settlement agreement regarding a pending application the Pinion Ridge Uranium Processing Mill came as quite a surprise.
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