At a time well before “community policing” was a buzz phrase, Sherm embodied that philosophy.
Lifelong Ouray resident Alvin Joseph Ficco, 80, died Saturday, April 27, at home with family and friends.
Telluride native Jim Davidson, founder of the iconic San Miguel Journal, died at home in Crestone, surrounded by his family, on Sunday, April 21.
Ridgway’s longtime official weather observer and Volunteer Fire Department stalwart Dick Crabb died at home on April 3 following a brief illness. He was 64.
May 18, 1949-March 19, 2013
Dawna O’Rourke, who died on Feb. 28 after a long illness, grew up in Telluride,
1953 - 2013
Patty’s charisma and vivacity made her a perfect match for the many young children that she worked with, she had a desire to help people with disabilities and that compulsion never faded.
Dr. Patty Ammon passed away at her home on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012. She leaves behind a hole in the heart of the community, but also a legacy of healing, compassion, and strength in the face of adve...
March 13, 1973-Aug.13, 2012
A longtime resident of Ouray, and nephew of former Illinois governor, Otto Kerner, passed away Monday evening, April 23, 2012, at the Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, Colo., from complication...
Bill Steele, public lands advocate, and husband of Seventh Judicial District Judge Mary Deganhart, died unexpectedly at age 55, in Ridgway on Friday, March 2.
Former long-time co-owner of The Coachlight Restaurant in Ouray, and former co-owner of The Powder House restaurant in Telluride.
Rev. Lawrence Kern worked in Ouray in the 1970s and 1980s.
1980s KOTO radio newsman Bob Brickell passed away at age 83.
An untold number of people bought skis, bicycles, and more, from J. Michael.
William Hadley Thompson, age 86 of Telluride, Colorado died Saturday October 15, 2011 in Denver, Colorado following a brief illness. He was born in Memphis, TN on June 12, 1925 to Vance Maynard Th...
The life of longtime San Miguel County resident Michael Johnson will be celebrated Saturday, Oct. 22, in Norwood, at Two Candles. Johnson died on Aug. 14.
Ridgway’s Bean Bowers lost his six-month battle with cancer on July 10.