‘Race Wife’ Sue Hobby supports the spandexed troops at the Mt. Evans Hillclimb.
For the second year in a row, the Junkyard Dogs come out of the losers’ bracket to capture the championship.
The Rox season will only get better after the all-star break, and are still capable of a winning streak.
Some can handle the tabloid press, and some can’t. A-Rod’s non-denial might as well be a confession.
Men’s softball ratchets up, with Fat Alley tops.
The creation of a whitewater park has far-reaching implications – most notably, in stream water rights.
Telluride gymnasts have quickly become competitive despite inadequate practice facilities.
The First Annual Ridgway River Festival is scheduled for June 28 in Rollans Park.
Women’s softball action to continue after Bluegrass break.
The men’s softball B league rankings were turned upside down after unexpected finishes this week.
The Belmont Stakes could make history this Saturday with Big Brown heading for the Triple Crown.
Telluride Golf Club is ready for play.
The U12 soccer team took second in the Grand Mesa Invitational tournament with a record of 2-1-1.
Lacrosse fever has struck Telluride’s youth, with both boys’ and girls’ teams competing in regional games.
The Ouray-Ridgway track and field team ended the season at the state meet in Pueblo over the weekend.
The Ridgway/Ouray Bears soccer team traveled to Montrose over the weekend to take on the Fire Hawks.
Ridgway’s youth soccer teams saw plenty of action on the field, both on the road and at home. The Raptors tied one and won two, while the Golden Bears toppled Telluride.
Norwood athletes shine at Indians Invitational April 25, with Stryker Lane breaking his older brother’s school record in shot put.
MONTROSE – Three school records were erased from the books, and Lauren Hagemeyer qualified to the 2A state meet in the high jump during the Montrose Track and Field Invitational on Friday.