Telluride Ski and Golf owner Chuck Horning ruminates on the future of the ski resort.
AT&T has activated a new mobile Internet cell site in Telluride. The new site, atop the Elks Building, “will enhance coverage for area residents and businesses.”
A Wyoming-based lumber company completed the purchase of the Intermountain Resources sawmill in Montrose over the Labor Day weekend and is in the process of restarting milling operations by Monday,...
Changes may include the restoration of historic structures along with major work underground.
These are the first two West Nile virus related deaths in Colorado in 2012.
Amidst a tough economy in an industry that isn’t growing, Montrose-based Scott Fly Rod Company is finding success with its attention to detail, passion for fly-fishing and partnering with independe...
Telluride’s fire ban remains in place because the town’s firefighting capabilities remain limited.
After getting by with lay pastors and interim pastors for almost three years, the Ouray Christian Fellowship now has a brainy, passionate young preacher in the pulpit.
The city also plans to separate sanitation and recycling contracts.
Olathe Middle School students pilot leadership program.
Following on the wheel of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, the first-ever Log Hill Lungbuster bike race takes place Sunday, Sept. 16. Start training now.
Telluride lost a friend, and our country lost a true hero of all time, with the death of Neil Armstrong on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012.
The Telluride Mountain School has five new and returning staffers onboard this year, from teachers to a new program coordinator, and a new consulting counselor.
Montrose's medical assistant program a success in first year.
From the Grand Mesa north to the San Juans, a 180-degree panoramic view frames the City of Montrose with clouds from an approaching thunderstorm. This view is now protected, spared from the bulldoz...
A Telluride telethon and a concert and songwriting seminar in Ouray, all in the arts this week.
Crowds thrilled to an impressive display of machinery and muscle in Ouray last weekend at the annual Highgraders Holiday mining contest.
At the Rodeo, there is the Drill Team, and then there is the Royalty.
As festivalgoers know, the festival goes far beyond the new films – in both depth and time – through its regularly appearing features.
Three years ago, Ara Norwood was the only kid in Ouray County showing a steer in the new “Bred and Fed” class at the 4-H fair. Now that’s changed.