Telluride’s U-19 girls’ squad poised for State Title repeat
Team Telluride crowds the podium at Rocky Mountain Divisional on Lower Plunge
Despite dire economic times one new business has found a formula for success
Sport fishing is one of the area’s major wildlife attractions, and the successful management of fisheries is a big part of keeping trout populations healthy.
The district tournament in Dove Creek could see a rematch between the THS boys and their league rivals, Ignacio.
Telluride’s Lindsey Cannon took second place overall in last weekend’s Vail competition, and first in her age class.
Telluride’s women’s hockey program is blooming thanks to fresh Beaver energy.
The fate of 20 miles of new single-track ultimately rests with the Bureau of Land Management, but the Ridgway Trails Group is lining up support for its project in advance of a decision.
Sixteen-year-old freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy is now a sponsored athlete and starring in two ski movies.
The Ouray boys’ basketball team is looking strong as they enter the final games of regular season.
For Ridgway High School Girls’ and Boys’ Basketball, it was a Homecoming to forget.
The Telluride boys are on a roll with nine wins in a row, while the girls posted an overtime win against Nucla. Two homecoming games are scheduled for this weekend.
The Rocky Mountain Competitive Series opened in Steamboat, with TSSC skiers holding their own.
An anticipated rematch resulted in a disappointing loss for the Ouray boys’ basketball team – only their second of the season.
The high school boys’ basketball team posted back-to-back wins over Ridgway and Mancos, and now looks to tough competition ahead.
The Tellruide High School girls’ basketball team posted their first win of the season in a tight game against Ridgway.
Telluride’s J5 and J4 Alpine racers start the new year strong with top-ten podium finishes in Crested Butte.
The Ouray Nordic Council will continue to groom trails at Ironton Park, and along the river as time allows.