letters to the editor
A big heartfelt thank you to our great community for supporting the 21st Telluride AIDS Benefit.
Art’s statement that he voted against the LUC amendment because “he didn’t have a firm understanding about what his constituents in his district wanted” is shameless.
We can be proud that Montrose has a legacy of forward thinking on some things that have been important to this community.
I was appalled to see the Ouray city manager’s performance appraisal printed in The Watch.
All of the volunteers worked tirelessly to make this a successful and delightful evening. A special thank you to our guest speaker, Joe Ramey who brought the topic of climate change to a whole new ...
The promoters of the Montrose Rec Center keep talking about how nice the facility will be and how many people are expected to use it, as if those are the most important issues.
I wonder if your readers, who freak out at the word ‘tax,’ realize that 0.3 percent equals .30 cents on $100?
Come on Ouray, free fuel to someone who chooses to drive to town in an electric car?
While I was sitting in the lobby of the Ouray Hot Springs one evening, several young people came in to register. The smell of marijuana was as prevalent as if they had been in a closed car.
I am pleased to announce my candidacy to the Office of San Miguel County Assessor; a position which, thanks to the voters of San Miguel County, I've held with pride for the past 36 years.
They are doing a tremendous job in a very dangerous setting. They are working very long and hard hours to try and get the road open as quick as possible.
It is good news that the newly seated Ouray City Council is expanding the Community Development Committee.
This is rude and inexcusable behavior, hardly befitting a "civilized" society.
I sincerely hope Senate Bill 84 is passed by the State Legislature changing the way counties of less than 70,000 elect commissioners.
I literally let out a scream last night when I heard Mike Huckabee on the news saying...
I sit from afar now trying to wrap my mind around the chaos stewing from the restructuring of KOTO and the resignation of Jumpin’.
The proponents of the proposed Montrose Rec Center are not coming clean with the voters.
I left Durango for Telluride in July of 2011, and then I left T-ride in November of 2012 for a corporate job in New York State. Let’s just say a year away from the San Juans was enough.
January reflections brought time to recognize and acknowledge some of the amazing angels that fly in and around our community.
I was happy to see a record number of people turn out for last Wednesday’s KOTO board meeting.