Venerable Magic Circle Theater starts its 51st season with a production of Oliver! beginning Sept. 3.
Montrose Flashy Sassies Division of the Red Hat Ladies pronounce new bus routes “an excellent bargain for seniors,” not to mention “wonderful.”
Telluride Torpedoes make a splash at championship events.
Coming almost full circle, the Telluride Town Council wants to see a ban on plastic bags and a fee imposed on their paper substitutes.
Historic hotels of Ouray County – exhibit opens at Ouray County Historical Society Museum.
Horse shows, an antique tractor pull, pie baking contests and a livestock sale are just some of the events featured at the Ouray County Fair, Sept. 2-4.
A service was held on Monday, Aug. 23, at the Telluride Town Park.
Ouray voters will decide in November whether to allow a medical marijuana manufacturing plant to open in the old Biota building.
Michael Hockersmith of Ouray and Carol Viner of Grand Junction are honored for their roles in making justice more accessible to citizens of the Western Slope.
PAX has announced its 2010 People’s Choice Award recipient: sculptor Bill Noland for his piece Sonrise .
Third annual Community Block Party for the West End returns to Norwood Saturday, Aug. 28. Small-town street carnival is a fundraiser for the Wright Stuff Community Foundation.
Concerned senior citizens, service providers and other interested individuals from the Region 10 area (Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel Counties) are invited to a Legislati...
It’s a banner year for mushroomers, and next weekend’s 30th Annual Telluride Mushroom Festival is coming at just the right time.
Telluride Teams Battle to the Finals in 2010 Telluride Invitational Co-Ed Soccer Tourney
Telluride Council for the Arts and Humanities welcomes new executive director Kate Jones
The Uncompahgre Plateau Collaborative Restoration Project has received word from the Secretary of Agriculture that it was been chosen to receive $9.6 million over 10 years to fund work on 160,000 a...
Memorial services for Mike Ouellette of Montrose will take place Tuesday, Aug. 24.
Conditions have been cooperating for fire crews to allow lightning-sparked fires to burn fuel loads on public lands and improve wildlife habitat.
Force appears to have died in his sleep at home.
Ouray County officials hear concerns for property values and diminished sales.