After Mumford and Sons’ cancellation due to a medical emergency, Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers featuring Edie Brickell will close opening night of the 40th Telluride Bluegrass Festival.
The All American City award is a first for Montrose, after being a finalist in 1990.
The Telluride Academy kicks off its 33rd season, with camps covering everything from studying the local watershed and birds while paddling the San Miguel River and rock climbing to fixing a flat ti...
The conference can make a crucial difference for nonprofits of all kinds, during a time when the economy has caused local funding dollars designated for nonprofits to dry up.
After 23 years with the Telluride Elementary School, as teacher and principal, Trish Greenwood is returning to Ridgway, to the place she began her teaching career in 1989.
The Montrose Recreation District is charging ahead with a Master Plan for its newly acquired 26 acres on Woodgate Road.
Xcel Energy is closing the recreational area in order to complete dam upgrades this year.
Touching or moving a fawn is almost certainly a “death sentence” for the animal.
The decision to offer Hazen a new contract was unanimous, said Ouray School Superintendent Scott Pankow. Hazen now has 30 days to sign the contract.
Archery, fishing, jeeping, hiking, hot springs, prospecting, golf, camping, rafting, kayaking and horseback riding are the featured events for veterans to participate in.
Election results were determined Thursday at SMPA’s annual meeting in Ridgway.
The Axel Project is up and rolling, with the goal of getting more young kids, and their families, on bicycles.
A proposal to improve infrastructure at Baldridge Park, including the creation of a River Sports Park, has received a quarter million dollars in GOCO money.
Planning Commission denies variance request...Imogene Pass Now Open.
Operating at 80 percent of capacity, Town Manager Greg Clifton said he felt compelled to introduce mandatory restrictions immediately to protect the town’s municipal water supply.
The award would give Montrose national exposure – and might lead to the Welcome Home Montrose model being used by other communities
A new study from University of Colorado scientists finds the amount of dust blown across the U.S. is increasing.
With the loss of funding to replace the school, built in 1961, officials are working to patch things together with temporary fixes to its crumbling foundation, poor air quality and the roof – as we...
Zadra was born in Ouray County and raised there and in Telluride and Norwood.
Six exploratory locations and associated road upgrades for three roads were evaluated, and five were approved under this decision for a total disturbance of up to 14.7 acres.