letters to the editor
I was happy to see a record number of people turn out for last Wednesday’s KOTO board meeting.
I would like to take this chance to motivate the region to volunteer to become a mentor to a child in need.
I want to thank my friend Janice Zink for her 20-plus years of incredible and tireless devotion to KOTO.
The board of the Ouray County Food Pantry wants to thank all of the volunteers, donors and community for the many ways you've supported the food pantry this last year.
To answer that question I thought a bit about cities in history and their evolution.
There are numerous operations going on throughout the evening that conflict with having biking on the mountain.
I read with great dismay that Jumpin’ Jan has resigned from her position at KOTO?!
The San Miguel County Democrats are seeking input and holding a meeting on the upcoming 2014 election cycle, and timeline for caucuses and assemblies, on Friday Jan. 24 at La Cocina de Luz in Tellu...
So it is, with much jubilation and anticipation I enter the New Year a homeowner.
My New Year resolution is to remind people that elections have consequences.
In a time of reflection as 2013 has come to an end, I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the men and women of law enforcement in our area.
It's a real shame to see the use of marijuana becoming socially acceptable.
The Montrose County Road and Bridge department directed by County Engineer Dean Cooper is finishing up replacing the bridge at the C Canal on 57.00 Road in lower Coal Creek.
Sports columnist Gus Jarvis asserts that Mike Shanahan "can still coach."
On behalf of the University Centers of the San Miguel’s Board of Directors, I want to sincerely thank all of you who attended our very successful annual fundraiser, Wine 103: A Guided Wine Tasting ...
This letter is for all you Telluriders who spoke out against renaming your post office after General Norman Schwarzkopf. You really don’t get it you, do you?
I consider the proposed course a significant breach of the trust placed in the Council by the voters at the ballot box in 2006.
Please sacrifice five minutes of your time to remind everyone of your heart and values that make Ouray such a wonderful community.
Ouray is at a crossroads and the direction it will take is based on the answer to the question: what is beautiful?
I seriously question the direction and intent of the cognitive processes of those who now want to change the name to the General Schwarzkopf Post Office.