Ridgway resident Heidi Kloos a ‘go-to’ guide for expeditions around the world died in an avalanche near Ridgway earlier this week.
Montrose Library’s bought-on-the-quiet Bookmobile is a hit with seniors, kids and opening up a whole new clientele.
Eddie Bauer catalog shoot… Dog Doo discussion returns… Jazz Society OK’d for more Celebration Tix… BFF: Telluride and Gyantse, Tibet… Town Park Annexation moves ahead…
Three seats, three incumbents so far in this year’s board election for DMEA.
Telluride Alpine racers finish season with a bang, with Victor Major wins Slalom, Grand Slalom at Smartwool Championships on Milk Run: ‘He’s Gone on to the Next Level, Now,’ Coach Says
Ken Brengle will take the reigns as the leader of Montrose Association of Commerce and Tourism as of April 20. The new organization replaces the Montrose Chamber of Commerce, Montrose Visitors Cent...
Townsend Ave.’s Pollo Azado, with its ‘Chicken Man’ mascot, plans a new branch in Grand Junction.
Team Telluride makes a strong showing at Squaw Valley, showing promise for next season.
After years of legal wrangling and a major fundraising drive the San Miguel Valley Floor is finally incorporated into Town of Telluride boundaries.
Jeb Berrier and friends are bringing back a landmark comedic event to the Opera House stage this April Fools day.
Telluride Mountainfilm 2010’s Special Guests will include adventurers, artists, activists – and a U.S. Ambassador
On April 6, Election Day, City of Montrose residents elect three new council members – and vote “yes” or “no” on downtown tax district.
Ouray Farmers Market boardmembers returned from the Colorado Farmers Market Association annual meeting in Salida with new ideas and fresh perspectives for the upcoming season. They are hosting a po...
To keep main street businesses alive and thriving in Ouray County, business owners are in the beginning stages of creating a program that teaches the importance of shopping locally – and incentiviz...
In Montrose in May: The ‘Hard Times’ Resource Fair to offer help for those hurting in these tough economic times.
No one is saying the recession is over, but local businesses are optimistic that the hardest times may be behind us.
Regional governments have been able to maintain core services but cuts could come if revenues don’t perk up soon.
Slide show from Dr.’s Mark Hauswald and Nancy Kerr’s recent trip to Haiti Monday, at the Rotary.
If you’re an employer and need workers, now’s the time to hire, with two new tax incentives in place, thanks to the newly signed HIRE Act.
Ridgway Destination ImaginNation teams participated in a regional tournament. Two teams will go on to a state competition in Denver on April 17.