letters to the editor
Congratulations and commendations to Matt Janowiak, U.S. Forest Service Columbine District Ranger, who is being proactive in protecting 70 acres in the Cascade Creek area North of Durango Mountain ...
With all of the gloom and depression in the news these days, it is easy to write off segments of our population, even here in 'Paradise."
I first found myself questioning the judgment of a newspaper editor who, having had a reporter in attendance at that meeting, would allow such an inaccurate and misleading account of what actually ...
Recently a 2-year-old mountain lion was killed by a federal wildlife control officer because some owners of pet alpacas complained to the local sheriff and Colorado Parks and Wildlife that this lio...
Sadly, another loved pet was lost to mountain lions.
Are we really looking at yet another war situation? When will we ever learn?
A few individuals opposing the Streetscape initiative decided not to trust the democratic process of voting.
All of us here in Ouray County have one thing in common…we love living here.
We were very disappointed in a recent letter to the editor entitled “VIR Misrepresentations” signed by Bill Bennett and six other individuals (Bennett Group).
It appears that the most recent letter to the editor by Bill Bennett et al was primarily designed to discredit the Ridgway Ouray Community Council rather than to correct any alleged misrepresentati...
It is disheartening that while professing to care about the facts, this letter not only misstates the facts, but omits several very important facts.
We heard many comments that sounded dishonest, misinformed, manipulative, and deliberately divisive – though, of course, we heard them from the opposition.
One of last week’s letters questioned the integrity and honesty of ROCC, those who testified in favor at the VIR hearings and the people who signed the Respect Ouray County petition.
On behalf of Wilkinson Public Library I would like to thank the Telluride Mushroom Festival, Inkling Cruz Garcia, Mazzy and their family for sharing their vast knowledge of mushrooms with the child...
Montrose, what is happening to our freedoms, our personal rights?
Last Tuesday’s forum for statements regarding the Visual Impact Regulations was a reflection of the sad times we find ourselves in in our society today.
We were disheartened to hear those in favor of the proposed new regulations being so openly dishonest and deceptive in their presentations.
On behalf of the Wilkinson Public Library I would like to thank the Telluride Jazz Festival for providing two performances by the Hooligans Brass Band in collaboration with our Summer Reading Program.
Thank you to everybody who made the SRI a huge success.
The Montrose P.D. convenes a Sergeants Promotion Board when they need to select a new sergeant to replace one lost due to attrition.