Still in ‘sponge mode,’ the new executive director at the dZi Foundation, Mark Rikkers, brings a diverse skillset to the Ridgway-based non-profit.
Saturday fundraiser for the Telluride Institute celebrates opening of art show dedicated to exploring the San Miguel Watershed.
Known locally as Richard Neil Meltzer, the Florida prison escapee lived in the cabin where he was arrested Wednesday morning for 17 years.
The building owner has paid the bill and is working to get a new operater in the space as soon as possible.
The festival's successful tour and educational programs will continue under new directors.
The town’s priorities for the next four years, Fraser says, are affordable housing, infrastructure and the economy.
State grant provides needed computers to area libraries, with 11 now in place at Montrose Library
Public Art in Ridgway Colorado Places Inaugural Artwork Around Town
Two bronze sculptures by Vic Payne were vying for a place at the Ouray County Fairgrounds, but now the donor has rescinded his offer.
Southwestern Colorado has one of the highest rates of uninsured children in the nation.
The once lowly apple is emerging as a bar-none super-food.
Montrose's first-ever ‘farm dinner’ draws scores of attendees – despite the rain.
'Nutmeg Challenge' Brings SCHS Closer to Angel Ridge Ranch Purchase…Two New Grants Committeemembers at Telluride Foundation…A Second Forest Health Tree Tour
Montrose fair and rodeo parade set for Saturday afternoon.
Lake Street Dive in Hartwell Park…Sons of the Addicted at Bubble Lounge… Deer Tick Sunday at the Sheridan Opera House…The Telluride Americana Music Weekend, July 21-24…
Acid Reign: And the Rise of the Eco-Outlaws , by Patrick Curran, at Between the Covers
Because the Gold Hill Development Company doesn’t have access to its mining claim inholdings in upper Bear Creek, guards have been posted to keep anyone from crossing onto its private property.
How do you know when you're doing something nobody who isn't there could possibly be doing? When you're at the Lunar Cup.
Norwood’s San Miguel Basin Fair and Rodeo is the quintessential small town, family event.