The organization's mission is to secure state control and ownership of federal public lands.
Volunteers and staff with Welcome Home Montrose are creating new patriotic wind chimes to decorate Montrose with in observance of Memorial Day.
The “miracle” of fracking may come soon to a drill rig near you.
The owner of Dutch, the 107-pound dog accused of attacking a Montrose woman last year, is defying a court order while appealing to another court to stay the dog's euthanasia order.
Following a full restoration at Ridgway’s Railroad Museum, the historic railcar is back in Telluride.
Assistant Public Works Director Dan Loncar has been named interim director of Montrose County’s public works department.
Acknowledging the vote of the people, Montrose City Councilors are working to become one of the first municipalities in the state to permanently ban retail marijuana sales.
Justin Crandall, the sole officer to remain in the department, said some basic services provided by the department may be curtailed for moment, including VIN inspections and fingerprinting.
Ronald McGuffee was arrested on a 7th Judicial District Drug Task Force warrant for Unlawful Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance With Intent to Distribute.
Justis anticipates that it will be a challenge “getting everyone pulling in the same direction” on SMPA’s board.
Greenhouse demo units demonstrate that growing food in urban or high altitude climates is possible.
Full restoration of the Wright Opera House will come in phases over the next five to seven years as projects and their dependencies are established and budgeted for in advance.
Lance Brooks excelled in Track and Field in high school and college, but had to dig deep to find the stuff to become an Olympian.
The Telluride Town Council gave a general thumbs-up for TSRC to enter into a public/private partnership with the town to secure land for the construction of a world-class science center in the hear...
With only three candidates expressing an interest to run, the June election has been cancelled.
Ridgway’s town council enlisted high school students to research possible sister cities in Central America and the Caribbean.
Gov. Hickenlooper and his entourage will be visiting the Ouray School on the same afternoon as preschool graduation.
The BLM announced last week that it had completed its Ridgway Comprehensive Trail Management Plan, opening the way for new mountain bike trails.
New state tax legislation has Montrose and Olathe School District officials re-examining district funding plans to improve technology and school performance.
Paonia-based Citizens for a Healthy Community will soon begin monitoring the region’s air quality – to establish a baseline before large-scale drilling and fracking move in.