Ouray School Board member Don Mort continued to argue that it is unwise and to extend a multi-year contract that makes a portion of the school’s critical reserves untouchable.
New “show the love” campaign aimed at reducing Gondola’s energy consumption.
A team of community volunteers has identified critical needs to improve student achievement, staff retention, and facilities improvements.
On Thursday, Jan. 17, at 6:30 p.m., Dr. David Lingle, 58, former artistic director of the Telluride Choral Society for eight years, passed away peacefully in Sandwich, Mass.
With a Feb. 14 lease sale looming, North Fork residents lobbied the BLM in Washington, D.C., while state Director Helen Hankin came west to make the case to local city governments.
The answer, at least a partial answer, according to the school’s administration and board, is to replace three sets of exterior double doors: at the main entry, the doors to the district office, an...
An appeals court judge found that the city properly denied Alpenhof’s application, and did not buy into Alpenhof’s attempts to distinguish between manmade and natural hazards.
The Town of Telluride could stand to benefit substantially from the new law as it develops a planned hydroelectric component to its new Pandora water system.
As proposed by Tom Chapman and Ron Curry, and subject to U.S. Forest Service permit approval, human powered and optional helicopter-lift skiing on avalanche-controlled snow would be available
A 60-day public comment period is open and meetings are scheduled for Montrose and Dove Creek.
Roger Henn, who died on Jan. 17, was a man who packed a big personality and bristling energy into a small dapper package. In later years, he channeled this energy toward the betterment of Ouray.
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A group of eight Ridgway elementary students, the Positive Energy Committee, is setting up an ambitious energy audit at the school, and maybe saving the polar bears in the bargain.
Hundreds of small growers and ranchers on the Western Slope attended the first Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum held at Friendship Hall in Montrose on Thursday, Jan. 10.
April’s town council election in Ridgway will have four seats up for grabs.
“My church is out there on the ice. In the mountains. I am a religious fanatic. I am very much a fundamentalist outdoorsman.”
Why, regrettably, the Wilkinson Public Library is now closed on Sundays.
A judge sends the uranium mill licensing decision back to the CDPHE, which initially granted Energy Fuels a radioactive materials license in 2011.
The owner of the Telluride Ski Resort has no intention of stepping back from day-to-day management of the business and no interest in selling.
The State of Colorado and the Ute Mountain Ute tribe signed an agreement last week to define and guarantee Indian hunting, fishing and gathering rights beyond the reservation.