Emergency responders had a busy day on Tuesday, Aug. 13, responding to two separate incidents in the mountains above Ouray.
The damage on Telluride’s Via Ferrata climbing route warrants caution but managing safety on this section is still reasonable.
Both school districts in Ouray County could see a radical shift in the makeup of their boards this November.
Award-winning journalist Judy Muller visited the Telluride Rotary meeting at the New Sheridan Hotel last week, to discuss her views about the importance of community journalism in the internet age.
Initiative 22, a funding component of Senate Bill 213 passed in April, aims to raise funds and reform school finance rules. It’s receiving mixed reviews from local educators and representatives.
Montrose doctor’s sister, who was lost on 9/11, remembered through helping graduates.
The board will seek an interim director before embarking on a search for a replacement.
Korea Electric Power Corp., the largest electric utility in South Korea (and largest shareholder of Energy Fuels, Inc.), has announced its approval of Energy Fuels’ acquisition of Strathmore Minera...
The problem, argued City Administrator Patrick Rondinelli, is that sales tax is the city’s main source of revenue, and should not be poached by the county, which traditionally has raised revenues t...
New dual-track legislation for Small Hydro will streamline and accelerate approval for non-controversial projects, and allow many projects to qualify for exemption altogether.
A four-day event featuring everything for people with disabilities, from outdoor activities to No Barriers University, comes to Telluride.
The Wilkinson Library board meeting agenda includes an item in which the trustees may discuss, in executive session, ”personnel matters” concerning the “executive director and her employment by the...
But not without pushback from members of the Telluride community, town council and industry lobbying efforts.
City Councilor Thomas Smits recently moved from his home in the council's first district, giving councilors the opportunity to elect David Romero as his replacement.
The party wraps up with a tour of the courthouse, during which visitors can meander through the offices and courtroom, look at old antiques, and enjoy cake, cookies and refreshments in the breezeway.
The convicted child molester died following a jump from a second story staircase.
The show’s producers cited financial and budgetary reasons for the change.
After a close call as a US Marine in Iraq, Silverton native Robert McCarty found himself in Montrose fixing motorcycles with the help from some fellow veterans.
The district was represented by Thomas Smits who announced on July 5 he had moved out of his district and was ineligible.
A portion of each registration fee will go to the Axel Project, a fledgling organization that gives away Strider bikes to charitable organizations and distributes the pedal-less bikes-for-tots at c...