A new permanent outdoor performance stage designed and built by architecture graduate students in Hartwell Park could be a reality next summer after the Ridgway Town Council conditionally approved ...
The county is projecting an increase in revenues from property, sales and use taxes.
A public hearing process convened in Nucla this week gives advocates and opponents of the proposed Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill a chance to make their case.
The United States Army Corps of Engineers has put the kibosh on an engineered proposal that would leave Laurence “Butch” Gunn’s illegal tire dump in place.
Community Flu Clinic Friday, Oct. 19; Free Tdap Vaccine… Reserve a Table at Ouray Library Luncheon and Fashion Show…
Second Chance Humane Society celebrates the one-year anniversary of moving its animal shelter to Angel Ridge Ranch.
Valley farmers are adapting new ways of farming to keep their soil healthier.
In August, Phoenix, Ariz.-based Cutter Aviation, a highly respected FBO sent a letter to the county commissioners asking to begin negotiations to pursue a second FBO at the airport. Cutter would ma...
Once the population is established at Woods Lake, the habitat will provide the brood-stock, which will eventually assist in cutthroat conservation efforts throughout the Dolores and Gunnison river ...
At Ouray School, senior Patrick Link has developed a reputation for excellence, inspiring fellow students and teachers alike.
The hands-on educational contest is aimed at giving students a framework to create change within their communities.
Montrose's downtown is looking to the future, and planners and business owners are optimistic.
Voters in the West End School District face an important $8.9 million bond issue in November that would build a new PK-12 school at the site of the outdated Nucla High School.
Lack of staff, resources, money and larger class sizes are all serious issues the Montrose County School District RE-1J faces, with aging infrastructure coming up against modern-day operating budgets.
Tomboy annexation proposal draws ire from neighbors.
On Tuesday, Montrose County Commissioner candidates faced off for the last time before the November election.
Telluride Foundation CEO Paul Major asked, “Can you do good and make money at the same time?”
The rapid deployment of EAGLE-Net’s fiberoptic broadband network has spurred upgrades by local telecom provider CenturyLink.
Rising costs suggest the sobering reality that coal-fired energy is no longer the cheapest form of energy production for Tri-State’s consumers.
People are finding that everything from discarded microwaves to Christmas lights – anything shiny, and a lot that is not – can earn them a few extra dollars.