As usual, there were winners and losers in the process, with some organizations getting 100 percent of what they asked for, and others getting zilch.
Ridgway’s Mountain Medical Center has a new family nurse practitioner whose focus is on wellness.
“This is the right theme for our symposium because climate change is at a critical historical juncture,” said Mountainfilm Festival Director David Holbrooke.
Putting its money where its mouth is, council granted approval last week for Telluride’s investment in a new one-megawatt community-owned solar project.
Jill Masters, who began her career in emergency medical services in the early 1980s; after 25 years, is retiring. Or so she says.
Over the Moon co-owners Maura Coulter and Hallie Coulter Conlin bring a far-ranging assortment, from gourmet cheeses to meats to hard-to-find delicacies (rose-petal confit, anyone?) to Telluride.
Currently, 76 full-time workers are employed at the Revenue-Virginius Mine, where construction and rehabilitation work is being done both above and below ground.
The Wednesday Heidi’s Deli forum in Montrose was all about guns, gun control, and moral decline.
The directive is aimed at clarifying how much water will be available to ski areas on public land for snowmaking.
A recent study conducted by Wright Water Engineers showed that residential use accounts for 71 percent of Ouray’s water demand, and that Ouray residents use more water than the national average.
During February and March, Great Lakes Airlines will be operating an added daily flight to TEX operating Thursday-Monday, with the plane and the crew staying in Telluride overnight.
One person was taken to a hospital and two people were arrested following the incident.
For three days last month, volunteers conducted a survey of the homeless population in Montrose. One estimate places its numbers at 400.
Despite being snubbed at the gates of Harvard University last week, Ridgway resident and former U.S. Border Patrol agent John Randolph is continuing his fight to remove former Mexican President Fel...
Kane Scheidegger’s large-format panoramas will be on display, and for sale, Saturday evening (Feb. 9) at Ridgway’s Independence Building.
In a surprise decision announced Wednesday, the Bureau of Land Management deferred 20 controversial oil and gas leases in the North Fork Valley.
A tanker carrying 6,000 gallons of gasoline and 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel crashed and ruptured near Gateway on Jan. 25, spilling “an unknown amount of petroleum product” and starting a fire that...
Up to 3,000 cyclists and their supporters will descend on Telluride in early June, as the town hosts the lead stage of the 28th Annual Ride the Rockies Colorado Bicycle Tour. News of the route for ...
The Colorado State University Extension Office in San Miguel and West Montrose Counties is now accepting applications for its 13 week Food Growing Series.
Kris Holstrom, Pam Hall and Marty Schmalz will return to the San Miguel County Planning Commission following their reappointments on Wednesday; Ian Bald and Kevin Kell are the commission’s newest m...