The Montrose County Commissioners say that FAA Grant Assurance regulations are essentially making the decision that a second FBO will be approved at Montrose Regional Airport.
The ski season was a success for Telski, said its VP of sales and marketing, thanks to a healthy snowfall and new marketing effort.
Phase One, to be built this summer, includes an inner pathway, bouldering wall, zip line, preschool play area, and outdoor classroom with shade sails, all with ADA-compliant access.
It will be the subject of his next two editions of ‘One Step Ahead of the Blues,’ airing Wednesdays, April 17 and 24 on KOTO-FM radio, 3-5 p.m.
The festering controversy has taken its toll on the Ridgway School Board.
“Our initial reaction was screaming, obviously, when the glass shattered,” said Russell Clark, of the bottle rocket that crashed through his window early Monday morning, setting fire to the blinds.
An accident last Sunday that claimed the life of a National Guard soldier working in Montrose is being called a "tragic loss," and the 947th Engineer Company stationed in Montrose is planning a mem...
In a unanimous vote, the San Miguel County Commissioners last week became the first local government to move forward with the creation of a regional transit authority.
It’s off to the state finals for the Telluride Grow Dome girls.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is holding a series of seven public meetings around the state to develop a strategy that not only halts the current trend but increase mule deer population to the set ob...
The voters have spoken, and the Montrose Recreation District is moving forward in creating a citizen oversight committee for the project.
Each year the City of Montrose spends $4,375,000 to maintain its water distribution and wastewater collection systems.
The Telluride library board hires the library’s Budget and Collections Coordinator as the new executive director.
The production of hash oil and other concentrates pose a danger to Telluride, council said, but small-scale kitchens don’t.
Authors Douglas Brinkley and Jared Diamond are just two of the scheduled speakers for Telluride Mountainfilm’s Moving Mountains Symposium, on Friday, May 23.
History is the focus, as the 120-year-old Knights of Pythias building’s restoration enters its fourth month; the corner building next to the Fox Theater, where Budget Line Furniture was located for...
The Telluride Town Council asks for more clarification before it will vote on a request for zoning waivers for the ambitious development project.
The proposed 0.3 percent city sales tax increase to build a community recreation center in Montrose received 52 percent of the vote versus 47 percent against it.
Along with films, the Adventure Film Festival will bring a host of speakers, activities and open discussions to Montrose April 4-6.
Ridgway’s Measure A asked voters to increase town property taxes by $160,000 annually to help finance the town’s $2 million cash match obligation for a $10.5 million grant.