letters to the editor
The polar bears (and other arctic animals) need your help because their habitat is melting due to the effects of global warming.
Because we don't yet know the particulars of how the Gondola's funding will come together 13 years from now, we shouldn't even form an RTA?
Here in the Telluride area, many local outdoor enthusiasts are just returning from enjoying the natural splendor of the area in and around Canyonlands and Arches National Monument.
On April 25, at 6 p.m. at Friendship Hall, the Montrose County Planning Commission is set to hear a Special Use Permit Proposal for a 250-plus acre gravel mine operation on the south end of what is...
I am writing to inform you of something I learned about electrical equipment.
I'm compelled to publicly thank a host of people, chief among them Kate Jones and Britt Markey from Telluride Arts and Stronghouse Studios, for their energy, time, and support over the past year, e...
In light of recent remarks criticizing the Ridgway Ouray Community Council and its membership, it seems appropriate to share with the citizens of Ouray County ROCC's mission and some of its project...
I was amazed to see recent stories of the domestic violence call and standoff on S. Townsend and the complaint that excessive numbers of law enforcement were present.
A couple of statements appearing in your April 4 issue demand a comment from someone who sees Telluride as a place worth preserving, not a sacrifice zone for personal wealth accumulation.
The Telluride Rotary Club wants to thank the community and our Telluride visitors for a great 10th annual Red Ball Express.
It is with pleasure that I announce the Telluride Fire Protection District closed on a financial transaction that will ultimately save our taxpayers $405,571 in interest expense on the taxpayer app...
Our friend, Wes Perrin, passed away last week.
On April 18, St Michaels School for Special Education will be hosting its high school prom.
Community spirit and generosity are alive and well in Southwestern Colorado.
Regarding the recently published letter from U.S. Forest Service Norwood District Ranger Judy Shutza discussing boundary management.
What an amazing turnout we had for Telluride Adaptive Sports Program’s fundraising event Rockin’ at the Opera.
What a perfect time for a movie like Halle Berry’s The Call to be released!
This is one program that really does work well for everyone.
I have followed the current kerfuffle concerning the Ridgway Secondary School, Ms. Gomez and Jim Bob Hobbs with no small amount of dismay.
I appreciate the attention to boundary management at the ski area and the recent article by Martinique Davis, but there was one statement I’d like to clarify.