letters to the editor
The inclusion of the pro nuclear power film Pandora’s Promise into this year’s Mountainfilm Festival gave me serious pause.
This past week I received many generous scholarships at the Telluride High School awards night that I will use in my quest to receive a college degree at Colorado State University.
We as a Community do not have accurate information to make an informed and responsible decision at this time.
Editor: I am addressing you as a member of the nation and the public – the rightful owners of the affected U.S. Forest Service land. I am now alleging that Judy Schutza as Norwood District Ranger a...
Editor: I was out of town for the first visual impact public hearing, but I made it to the second a month later. The biggest surprise to me was the large ranches “lawyered up” and sent the message ...
This weekend at Mountainfilm, if you see any of our local elected officials, please suggest to them that we are long overdue for a community-wide climate change plan.
I would like to correct an inaccuracy and misquote in the article, however, as well as to provide the public more information on this important effort.
Wake up! We need a vibrant economy to keep Telluride the city as we know and love it.
As a longtime citizen of Ouray, I question if the Ouray Police Department issues are just the tip of the iceberg in our lovely city government.