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ONE STEP AHEAD OF THE BLUES | A Very Personal Soundtrack From 2001

05/05/14 | By | More

Dolly and Little Sparrow’s “Shine” to Pop Staples to “Please Be With Me”…

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School Board Report Calls For $22.8 Million Worth of District Improvements

04/25/14 | By | More
School Board Report Calls  For $22.8 Million Worth of District Improvements

Columbine Is the priority, board and staff agree.

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Telluride After the Great Recession

04/23/14 | By | 8 More
Telluride After the Great Recession

To say that 2007 housing crash and subsequent financial crisis hit the region’s real estate markets hard is an understatement. Is the market coming back?

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City Gears Up for Montrose Earth Week

04/21/14 | By | More

The Montrose City Council has proclaimed Monday, April 21 through Saturday, April 26 Montrose Earth Week Wildlife and Habitat Conservation. Its theme is good stewardship of our wildlife population.

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UP BEAR CREEK | Traveling Kids, Cellared Wines, 9 Lives, Report From the Andes

04/21/14 | By | More

It’s a bit lonely at Cloud Acre, as my boy has taken advantage of a generous invitation to visit Hawaii during his spring break.

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Planning Commission Set to Review Zoning Amendments

04/21/14 | By | More

Language in the “prohibitive uses” section in the General Agricultural and General Residential districts could be removed if the commission agrees to amend that portion of the county’s zoning guidelines.

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Montrose Poised to Become a Gigabyte City

04/21/14 | By | More
Montrose Poised to Become a Gigabyte City

City voters approved Measure A earlier this month, giving city officials the right to provide broadband, cable, phone and other telecommunication services.

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Man’s Rampage Endangers Motorists, Officers Injured

04/18/14 | By | More
Man’s Rampage Endangers Motorists, Officers Injured

One witness said Trinidad was “trying to hit every passing car with the hammer.”w

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New Forest Service Policy Expands Summer Recreation in Telluride

04/18/14 | By | More

On Tuesday, the Forest Service announced that it has finalized its policy guidelines that open opportunities for ski areas to promote year-round recreation activities that are natural resource-based.

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ONE STEP AHEAD OF THE BLUES | Assembling the ‘Scrapple’ Soundtrack

04/18/14 | By | More

Geoff Hanson writes about the making of the soundtrack of his 1996 film, ‘Scrapple,’ and reminisces about his early days with Taj Majal.

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BOCC Meeting Regarding Airport Fixed-Base Operator Will be Postponed

04/18/14 | By | More

In response to their constituents’ inquiries, the board wants to ensure adequate time for constituents to review the contract.

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NEW: Commissioner Henderson Admitted to Hospital

04/17/14 | By | More

Fr: Montrose County News Release
MONTROSE — This morning, Commissioner Ron Henderson was admitted to Montrose Memorial Hospital. He is being treated for a blockage.

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SPORTS WATCH | Who Knew Roy Could Turn the Avs Around So Fast?

04/17/14 | By | More

Yes, playoff hockey is back in Colorado, and there’s plenty to look forward to here in Avalanche country as the National Hockey League playoffs get underway this week.

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TELLURIDE TRUFFLE

04/17/14 | By | More
TELLURIDE TRUFFLE

Since 1997, Telluride Truffle has become a confectionary staple in Telluride. Piping hot cocoa, handcrafted truffles and irresistible ice cream sundaes are served year-round in Telluride, Mountain Village and Lawson Hill

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DOLA Grant Means Big Savings for Ridgway Taxpayers

04/17/14 | By | More

The Measure A ballot initiative to partially fund Ridgway’s long-awaited Streetscape project got a lot sweeter this week.

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