Removing an exemption on sales tax for residential energy use would raise funds for greenhouse gas emission reduction efforts.
With wet monsoonal weather patterns dropping needed moisture across the region, federal and local governmental agencies are lifting fire restrictions in many areas.
Since Olathe area farmers begin raising sweet corn nearly 30 years ago, workers have transformed from high school students working on summer break to migrant workers from Mexico.
The basic idea is to draw motorists off the main drag of Highway 62 and into a vibrant, inviting downtown.
After years of planning, two brothers – both veterans of the Iraq War – and their cousin are preparing to open Montrose Archery Xpress, on Aug. 3. It’s a family-friendly place.
Mountain Village Town Council newcomer Michelle Sherry joined incumbent councilors Richard Child and Cath Jett, and returning Mayor Dan Jansen, at a swearing-in ceremony.
A 17-year-old Montrose boy was the apparent victim of a drowning accident that occurred late Monday evening.
Paulson will draw from extensive research for his sometimes surprising explanations of the history behind the naming of 100 major peaks.
Many Telluride High School graduates return to the nest, becoming involved with the community and raising families as second- and even third- and fourth-generation Telluride locals.
Former Ouray Mayor Pam Larson will serve as an interim Ouray City Councilor following the death of councilor Gary Hansen earlier this month.
For the family that runs Rocking W Dairy, in Olathe, the annual Montrose County Fair celebrates a way of life.
Over a year ago, Ridgway architect John Baskfield suggested the town apply for a grant from the University of Colorado Denver to build a new stage in Hartwell Park.
The Telluride Institute and Stanford University School of Medicine’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, are hosting a series of events to celebrate the 2013 Compassion Season.
Petitioners aim to show the Ouray County Commissioners that a large contingent of county residents actually supports proposed changes to the Land Use Code.
To accommodate hotel features, the proposal would seek variances for increased height, allowable floor area rations, the length of the façade, and proximity to the River Trail and wetlands.
Early indications are that the Telluride Venture Accelerator was an enormous success.
After a series of delays and doubts, the show now appears to be moving ahead.
The writing is on the wall; the Gunnison sage grouse is likely headed toward being listed as a ‘threatened’ species under the Endangered Species Act.
Three Western Slope men were arrested and face charges of possession with intent to distribute after officers found meth in their car.
Health and Wellness Center seeks input on second survey…Register for Hunter Education…No Barriers Summit Features Blackboard.