An expert on the historic Hanging Flume above the San Miguel River will give an illustrated talk at the KAFM Radio Room in Grand Junction Jan. 24.
Tuesday’s council meeting included discussions on funding a summer airline guarantee program, instant runoff voting, and making Telluride a one-precinct town.
The burlesque circus is back and bigger than ever at the Telluride Conference Center.
Front Range, Telluride duo acquire historic Ouray businesses.
This weekend, Talbot ushers in a new season of Chicks With Picks women’s ice climbing clinics with a slideshow presentation at the Ouray Community Center on Saturday, Jan. 14 that promises to take ...
Four-course Fundraiser for Southwest Institute Jan. 19… January is School Board Recognition Month… MMH Health Fair Scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 25
In a low-snow winter, the Telluride Nordic Association has opened more track-skiing terrain atop Lizard Head Pass; clinics this Saturday.
Crowds of climbers thrill to exciting photo finish at Ouray Ice Festival competition.
It may not seem like it but Telluride had some of the best early season snow in the country and sales at Telluride Regional Airport are proving it.
Clean Energy Collective, an innovator of community-based clean energy facilities, has finalized a power purchase agreement with the San Miguel Power Association for all the energy output from the ...
After three years of hard work the Uncompahgre Waterhshed Partnership is unveiling its draft watershed plan.
The developer of an inholding in the Black Canyon National Park seeks a buyer who will donate it to the park service.
The Foundation’s Board of Directors was able to match the 2008 levels of grant awards.
The Tony award-nominated play Whose Life Is It Anyway? will be performed over the next three weekends at the Magic Circle Theater, in Montrose.
A walk commemorating domestic violence victim Melinda Yager, who died a year ago, and benefiting Tri County Resources’ mission to empower and educate individuals affected by domestic violence and s...
A new Montessori school is under construction in Ridgway, and none too soon.
A little more than a sendoff to remember, the Colorado National Guard’s 928th Area Medical Supply Company returns to Montrose, for a daylong celebration.
Vince Anderson unveils heinous new comp route for 2012 Ouray Ice Festival.
SilverLeaf Financial, which specializes in buying distressed debt, purchased Cornerstone fee simple with clear title, for an undisclosed price in late December.
The Ah Haa School’s new executive director, Jodi Pounds, arrives from U.C. Berkeley.