Team Latin brings the heat to 2009 coed soccer’s early season, moving to 3-0 record after Tuesday night win over Brown Dog
Expect to see some of the best college football ever in this season’s action.
Breaking swimming records were all the rage with polyurethane swimsuits. Next year, things will be different.
Smugglers takes the B-league tourney trophy Monday; heading to the A league next season (or so we think).
Paul Reich and Stephen “Esteban” Roberts finish Stage Two of grueling Leadman Race.
Spank comes out on top.
The Ouray County Soccer Association has updated its look with a fresh, new logo created by a past participant in its youth soccer programs.
Will Michael Vick go back to the NFL?
A three-way tie-breaker mini-tourney ends in a tie; little-used “coin flip” rule puts Brown Dog at #1 in upcoming tourney bracket.
The Norwood Roping Club is so much more than fun and games – it’s hard and complicated work, too.
Local runners tackle grueling Hardrock 100.
There's no need to leave the region to fish in the hot, July sun. Just go deep.
What's with baseball players today and all their injuries? I say it has everything to do with their paychecks.
The July heat pushes anglers toward high country streams, if not for the fishing, for a good afternoon nap.
With swimmers qualifying for summer meets and making it into finals, the Telluride Torpedoes are seeing their most successful season this decade.
Divide Ranch and Club unveils its “Golf Stimulus Package,” including a Fourth of July special.
Telluride’s young gymnastics team does well against Denver-area competition at Colorado Eagles State Meet in Castlerock.
Telluride’s 9- and 10-year-old Little League team ended their season last week.
A divisive battle erupts between women’s league giants Brown Dog and the Slammers, with the Slammers ultimately taking the win, 14-13
Colorado’s Habitat Stamp is no longer required to enter State Wildlife Areas, unless you plan to fish.