After a morning of presentations from county staff and SMVC representatives, the San Miguel County Planning Commission decided there were too many issues to sort out for an approval on Wednesday.
Congress gives the thumbs-up to small hydro legislation. Now, advocates set their sites on companion legislation in the Senate.
Two new faces are elected to rural electric cooperative’s board of directors.
Thanks to a two-year U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant totaling $1.3 million, the Olathe Community Clinic can now better serve the area’s uninsured and under-insured populations
Thanks to a donation of 20 acres of land in 1995 and a recent $15 million gift from Moab resident Wendy Walker-Tibbetts and her family, a 30-year master plan for USU’s Moab Campus envisions an educ...
As of May 1, SMPA is purchasing the hydroelectric power generated by the Smuggler-Union Hydroelectric Power Plant that sits atop Bridal Veil Falls.
Incumbents Hines and Collins keep their seats.
Conservationists celebrate the recent acquisition of almost 1,000 acres of mining claims in the Red Mountain district by the United States Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.
The San Miguel Board of County Commissioners approved the purchase of the Placerville Schoolhouse from the Telluride School District for $80,000 at its June 20 meeting in Telluride.
Telluride Town Manager Clifton was nominated by Councilmember Ann Brady and given the award at a recent Colorado City and County Management Association meeting.
Montrose City Manager Bill Bell was elected to the Colorado Municipal League Executive Board by municipal officials from around the state.
Guston Depot destruction was “inadvertent.”
Colorado Mesa University’s Montrose nursing program undergoes major improvements, thanks to capital improvements and a private donation.
What’s inside the emergency water supply substitute plan the City of Ouray recently filed with the Colorado Division of Water Resources.
Montrose County's Strategic Plan — a living document that outlines goals and measures progress — was recently updated to better reflect what the county can and is doing to achieve its priorities, a...
Indian Ridge is a stellar example of Community Supported Agriculture, its bounty of produce purchased in advance and in bulk by the 65 households with memberships.
A Colorado Geologic Survey study of water quality in the Red Mountain mining district shows the surface water was likely acidic before the miners came.
In Hotchkiss, Citizens for a Healthy Community is suing the BLM, under the Freedom of Information Act, to learn the names of nominating parties for oil and gas leases.
Telluride’s main street will be closed Wednesday evening for a two-hour concert performed by the Great Funktier.
David White and Ron Henderson narrowly defeat challengers from within their own party.