Ridgway’s Resource Hosts Holiday Event …‘Meet Me Downtown’ Starts Friday, in Montrose… Telluride Holiday Arts Bazaar Next Weekend… Montrose Community Band Annual Christmas Concert.
Two months on, credit card fraud continues to be a problem for residents in Ouray County, and some are having their data stolen again and again.
The arrest affidavit of former Montrose resident Raul Perez-Ramirez, captured last week after being a fugitive for 26 years, reveals details of the shooting that led to his arrest.
Weehawken Dance will perform The Nutcracker in Montrose for the first time.
The 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge could bring visitors and global attention to the San Juans.
Marquis' murder of Eva Shoen in 1990 shocked the Telluride community.
Montrose will have its first dog park in about two weeks.
High rollers are wanted for Saturday's casino-themed fundraiser.
Rep. Scott Tipton keeps on listening to his constituents, but hasn’t indicated which way he’ll swing on wilderness bill.
Coram told a crowd of about 50 of the party faithful that he was proud that he had helped bring some bipartisan bills forward in the legislature, and helped kill a lot of bad bills.
Montrose Police Chief Tom Chinn appealed to the council to pass the ordinance, to “help to mitigate and manage any type of emergency, disaster or civil disorder that [we] could possibly have here i...
The proposed 2012 budget for Montrose County garnered mixed reviews from the public at a presentation this week.
Telluride and Norwood both sent volleyball teams to State this year, giving both programs bragging rights as one of the Elite Eight teams in their division.
After 26 years on the lam, attempted murderer Raul Perez-Ramirez has been captured and returned to Montrose to face charges.
Until Wednesday, Nov. 23, when the Telluride Ski Resort hosts its traditional “First Tracks Wednesday,” the traditional day-before-Thanksgiving fundraiser for the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club w...
An electric car rally, a moratorium on smart meters, a new BMX trail, and other issues came before the Ridgway Town Council last week.
BLM and USFS Christmas tree permits on sale Monday throughout Western Slope.
The Montrose football team came out ‘flat’ in its home playoff game.
Weatherization Program Helping Families Save…CSU Master Gardener Applications Now Available…Nonprofit Holiday Bazaar Saturday.
For the first time ever, the Chipeta’s pools will be open during the winter thanks to new solar-heating panels, and there’s more hot news to come next spring.