Udall pushes for legislation allowing western states to tap federal funds earmarked for coal mine clean-up, and use them for abandoned hard rock mining sites instead.
Montrose Forest Products Manager Norm Birtcher gives a public presentation earlier this month on what the mill needs to survive.
With its new crossing guards and safety patrol program, Ridgway Elementary is encouraging kids to walk and ride their bikes to school.
Ouray local Heidi Duce begins training full time at Copper Mountain Resort next month in hopes of qualifying to become a part of the first-ever USA Women’s Paralympic Snowboarding team.
Montrose fly-fishing shop, Potamoi Anglers, will host two master fly-tiers for classes in December and January.
The Colorado Department of Transportation and Williams Construction has suspended work on the reconstruction of the intersection at SH 145 at Society Turn, approximately three miles west of Telluri...
The Ridgway Chautauqua Society have announced that a Ridgway resident has pledged $25,000 in matching funds to help the Sherbino Theater complete its renovation plans
Skiers and snowboarders celebrate the start of the Telluride Ski Area’s 40th season this week, with the 2012-13 ski season officially beginning Thursday, Nov. 22.
Ridgway’s town council heard about its audit, about a facelift for the Visitor Center, results of the Streetscape survey, and a proposal for electronic recycling at its November meeting last week.
Following a wholesale power increase from the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, the San Miguel Power Association Board of Directors has started the process to implement a rate incr...
Applicants Jeffrey Baker, Roy “Rick” Eckert, Dale Hancock, Michael McNees and Jim Stahle were selected from a group of 40 people who applied for the position of Montrose County Manager.
Telluride Town Council weighs the fate of The Ride Festival.
It was ultimately agreed upon that, given the timing of the process and a lack of other proven alternative sites, the Weaver Property was the best site, despite concerns over its scenic quality.
“Celebrity” chefs will be on hand at three different stations to make your pasta just the way you want it, with pesto sauce, al fredo or marinara and a choice of meats and toppings.
Citing public health safety, economic well being and the preservation of peace, the Montrose City Council Tuesday unanimously approved the first reading of city ordinance 2309, a temporary moratori...
“We think this will enable the town to fully utilize our water rights into the future, for a hundred years if not more.”
The BLM announced last week it was putting 20 controversial oil-and-gas lease parcels in the North Fork Valley back up for bid, in the Feb. 2013 lease sale.
At the 2012 Avalanche and Winter Weather Coordination Meeting, NWS forecaster Joe Ramey looked ahead to the coming No Niño winter.
After being hit by a semi truck while riding his bike in early October, a still-unconscious 14-year-old Tommy Thomas has been moved to Denver Children’s Hospital. An account has been set up at the ...
One hundred and ten turkeys are being cooked for this year’s Montrose Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Friendship Hall.