Telluride’s public radio station, KOTO, has agreed to flip-flop the dates of its two music festivals next summer, resolving a heated “David and Goliath” conflict with Telluride Mushroom Festival su...
The lack of snow this winter, coupled with a recent cold snap, has led to ideal ice making conditions leading up to opening day at the Ouray Ice Park this Saturday, Dec. 22.
“Out of all the candidates, Mr. Eckert’s name kept surfacing toward the top and he ended up on the top. It was a good search,” said Commissioner Gary Ellis.
A new Environmental Protection Agency policy on polluted mine water clean-up by Good Samaritan groups has met with mixed reaction in the environmental community.
David Anthony Roesener, 32, of Montrose is being held without bond at the Mesa County Jail for allegedly possessing and distributing child pornography.
Mental illness “seems to be…the commonality in all these mass homicides,” says Governor John Hickenlooper at a press conference announcing his $18.5 million plan to expand state mental health servi...
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 ...
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...
Ridgway extremist Scott Kennett stars in the new Warren Miller movie, Flow State, screening this Sunday, Dec. 23, at the Sheridan Opera House.
The Ouray Chamber Resort Association Board of Directors welcomed two new board members this week, Heather Clark and Michelle Haynes.
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.
Councilor Richard Kersen voted nay, objecting to the fact that the budget has $128,000 more in budgeted expenditures than projected revenues.
At Telluride Town Council’s Tuesday meeting, there was a standing ovation for retiring Town Clerk MJ Schillaci.
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...
A decline in property values is having a big impact on Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library.
The Uncompahgre Field Office is seeking public comments on four alternatives for an interconnecting trail system on public lands managed by the BLM about two miles northeast of Ridgway.
With a new community recreation center as the ultimate goal, the Montrose Recreation District last week announced its purchase of a bank-owned 26 acres with lottery funds.
The Sheridan Opera House celebrates its 100th anniversary with a year-long series of events, starting with Vaudeville Night, Dec. 30.