A four-year experiment with open containers in Town Park came to an abrupt end last Friday, Nov. 30 when a newly-adopted ordinance went into effect spelling out guidelines pertaining to when and wh...
“From my perspective, I am not looking for a way to make this happen, I am looking for a way to not let this happen in this county,” Commissioner Gary Ellis said on Monday.
The weekend features live music at two venues, the annual Wine, Chocolate & Cheese Fest, visits with Santa for the kids and the pets, and great shopping opportunities at local small businesses, man...
A 15-year-old Norwood boy, who pleaded guilty in October to involvement in a sexual assault on a 13-year-old student in February, was sentenced on Monday to ongoing probation, community service and...
Telluride’s December event is the first World Cup competition to bring skicross and snowboardcross together.
From Dec. 12 through Dec. 14, donors will be encouraged to log onto the website www.telluridegives.org to give money to their favorite local nonprofit organization.
The Ouray City Council agreed this week to designate a small allocation of Lodging and Occupancy Tax dollars for the Wright Opera House.
The Colorado Division of Reclamation of Mining & Safety is developing a new project to safeguard coal mines in the Norwood, Naturita and Nucla area.
The Telluride Medical Center has a new tool for treating concussions called the Think Head First program.
They may have started out as baskets, but these days, the beneficiaries of Telluride’s Angel Baskets program actually receive large overstuffed boxes filled to the brim with holiday goodies and nec...
"It was incredible. At times there was so many people that I didn't know if they would all fit," said Sonja Horn, owner of Fabula, a downtown home gift boutique.
Former Citizens State Bank of Ouray President Dave Wood dies.
For years, many have called on the two organizations to work closely together. On Tuesday, that became a reality.
An agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Colorado River Basin States promises to stave off water wars, for the next five years at least.
Robert C. Peck, 66, the owner of Antler Meadows Outfitters in Ignacio, has been convicted of numerous wildlife law violations by Colorado's 6th Judicial District Court in Durango.
Season pass holders at Telluride and Crested Butte are now eligible for discounts at both resorts.
Udall pushes for legislation allowing western states to tap federal funds earmarked for coal mine clean-up, and use them for abandoned hard rock mining sites instead.
Montrose Forest Products Manager Norm Birtcher gives a public presentation earlier this month on what the mill needs to survive.
With its new crossing guards and safety patrol program, Ridgway Elementary is encouraging kids to walk and ride their bikes to school.
Ouray local Heidi Duce begins training full time at Copper Mountain Resort next month in hopes of qualifying to become a part of the first-ever USA Women’s Paralympic Snowboarding team.