Following creative photojournalism work from some Montrose and Olathe residents, as well as some Vista Charter School students, a plan to improve healthy lifestyle options in the two communities is...
The Telluride Town Council must decide in January whether to postpone some elements of the Pavilion project in order to stay under-budget.
The family and friends of Neil Armstrong and the Telluride Foundation have created a Neil Armstrong Scholarship Fund to honor the achievements and character of the late American hero and astronaut ...
Montrose County administration officials are working to develop a new identity for the coming new year, emphasizing a high level of professionalism, fiscal responsibility and leadership accountabil...
Formal protests poured in to the BLM over oil and gas leases slated for the auction block in February.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns will provide written support to Senator Dianne Feinstein’s efforts to renew an expired ban on assault weapons. Telluride Mayor Stu Fraser is one of them.
Retired Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, who died on Dec. 27, is remembered in Telluride as an activist/philanthropist.
Many Telluride residents have long dreamed of a more diverse economy, one not entirely dependent on tourism and construction, so that families might live here more comfortably and sustainably.
From San Miguel County Judge Sharon Shuteran to Montrose’s Dr. Ted Dickinson to Montrose and Ouray County stalwart Dave Wood, the tri-county region lost some of its most beloved citizens this year.
Last year was another round of musical chairs for more than a few local businesses.
Here's a look back at some of the most memorable quotes found in The Watch Newspaper in 2012.
The region’s air program secured new service in summer and winter, including a new low-cost carrier, as it underwent organizational changes.
A settlement with objectors drastically reduced the scale of a proposed water storage system in the West End.
The historic Revenue-Virginius and Camp Bird mines are on their way to becoming active again in Ouray County.
Local governments reacted differently to the passage of the controversial amendment to the Colorado Constitution.
The sexual assault on a 13-year-old Norwood boy by three other Norwood boys at the State Wrestling Tournament last February and the divide it created in the local community is The Watch’s No. 10 st...
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.