Telluride native Jim Davidson, founder of the iconic San Miguel Journal, died at home in Crestone, surrounded by his family, on Sunday, April 21.
Heath and Jesse McCombs joined the Army after graduating from Montrose High School, well over a decade ago. Today, thanks to a boost from the Warrior Resource Center, their new business, Montrose A...
Attorneys representing the City of Montrose are seeking the dismissal of an appeal by the owner of the 107-pound American Allaunt canine named Dutch sentenced to death after attacking a woman last ...
While snowpack is up over last year, the amount of water in state reservoirs is down. The Climate Prediction Center at NOAA is forecasting above average temperatures for the summer and persistent d...
The police chief stressed that the new work schedule is not a good fit for his small, understaffed department which optimally should have five full-time officers,
Montrose resident Blaine Tankersley died in an accident in the southbound lane of Colo. Hwy. 550 early Tuesday morning.
Explosive charges will send energy waves into the earth and the reflected waves will be recorded on the surface and then processed to provide an underground geologic profile map.
New program offers small businesses educational programming in areas of starting a new business, using QuickBooks, Microsoft Excel and developing a professional business plan.
Earth Day film screening of Gage & Gage’s Bidder 70 to coincide with Tim DeChristopher’s release from prison, complete with a post-screening live-stream appearance from the recently released enviro...
In honor of the occasion, the City of Montrose has lined up a whole week’s worth of events celebrating its commitment to a cleaner, greener, healthier community and planet.
The bill simplifies permitting for small hydro development on Bureau of Reclamation facilities by eliminating duplicative environmental analysis.
Council decided to err on the side of simplicity and allow enforcement of the city’s noise ordinance to continue to be complaint-driven and handled on a case-by-case basis.
Montrose's new Retail Sales Enhancement plan features low administration that councilors say mark a good start in reinvesting tax dollars into growth in the business and tourism sectors.
Ridgway’s town council got a first look at a new logo, approved outside tables for the True Grit, and gave the Weaver family another two years to build a required pedestrian bridge.
"There's the glimmer of hope that things are starting to move up," Community Development Director Kerwin Jensen told Montrose City councilors early this month.
Investigators believe the man fell near his intended route in the national park.
On tap this summer at the Ouray County Historical Museum: New exhibits, events and activities, including a John Fielder photography workshop.
The BLM also decided this week not to appeal a U.S. District Court ruling ordering the names to be released.
Rocky Mountain Aggregate and Construction, LLC proposes to build and operate the Uncompahgre Gravel Pit on 247.76 acres of land south of Montrose.
Ah Haa School for the Arts has announced its formation of the Telluride Painting Academy, with longtime instructor Robert Weatherford as its artistic director.