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Mountainfilm’s educational outreach program, Making Movies that Matter, has for the second time in three years, received grant support from Colorado Creative Industries.
Ouray County’s Weehawken Creative Arts has found a home, two homes.
It was SRO at a the NRA-sponsored Women on Target shooting clinic in Montrose.
With break group of four strong riders, Leipheimer finishes with yellow jersey.
As Second Chance Humane Society gets closer to its move to Angel Ridge Ranch, neighbors voiced concerns about baking and property values.
Southwest Institute for Resilience unveils educational programming across region, including Medicine Making class this Saturday in Telluride.
Telluride was one of the first places to adopt solar meters in 1999, but now they are outdated.
Spirit Riders Foundation presents a free evening of wild horse education and activism, screening ‘Wild Horses and Renegades,’ Wednesday at the Palm.
The Ouray County Fair runs Thursday to Saturday, Sept. 1-3, with everything from bucket calves to canned pickles to the annual Pie Baking Contest.
Golf classic scramble planned.
Arrest of man ‘stumbling down an alley’ near downtown Montrose leads to discovery of parole violation by convicted Texas murderer.
Jesse James McTigue on the final leg of the US Pro Cycling Challenge
With Ridgway’s new Family Dollar a certainty, protesting residents say they won’t support the retail chain.
The Michael D. Palm theatre has become home to a new dance program for students starting Sept. 12. The Ames Conservatory is now Palm Arts.
A disgruntled former tenant may have started the motel fire.
The 2006 murder of Marco Vagras Salvador took place outside a crowded Mexican restaurant and bar.
The recall petitioners say they are taking a ‘low key’ approach.
The department may be ready next week to issue its preliminary finding on last month’s “tire flood.”
'Strange' transactions lead to an investigation.