More than 137,000 Coloradans have signed up for health coverage that will take effect January 1.
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After struggling unsuccessfully to get his truck unstuck near his cabin, the longtime Telluride resident fell and died of hypothermia.
Among the design elements that are sure to make the final cut are a giant slide down the hillside at the rear of the playground, and a zipline of some kind.
The teleconference systems are a part of the three-year, $1 million initiative mounted by Gov. John Hickenlooper to offer a more diverse curriculum to students in rural school districts.
The Ridgway Town Council holds a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18, at the Ridgway Community Center to discuss how to finance the town’s cash match for a $10.5 million grant.
Ouray County Secures $950,000 for upcoming Camp Bird Road and Grandstands projects.
Ouray High School junior Julia Vann has been named as an alternate delegate to the 52nd annual U.S. Senate Youth Program, to be held March 8-15, 2014, in Washington, D.C.
There’s a new tattoo shop in Montrose: Fancy Rooster.
The Trust for Public Land is proposing to trade access to Wilson Peak to the U.S. Forest Service.
A considerable conundrum has arrived, along with the unusually heavy snowfall, in the form of an active avalanche season with impacts that could persist into the months ahead.
Around 7 p.m. all three Montrose Fire Protection District stations were alerted to an inbound military C-130 aircraft that had reported an engine fire and was preparing to land in Montrose.
According to San Miguel County Coroner Emil Sante, Telluride Ski Patrol efforts to resuscitate Harlow were unsuccessful.
Ouray residents are rallying to the support of long-time City of Ouray Public Works employee Ed Witherspoon this week, whose job is on the line.
In a quiet Centennial Middle School classroom, Montrose Police Department School Resource Officer Dennis Beery asks a group of seventh graders how many of them have ever seen marijuana.
Ouray native Zina Nicole Lahr touched the hearts and minds many people, in her brief lifetime. Now, a video showcasing Lahr and her work has gone viral.
Frigid Friday night temperatures did not stop more than a hundred revelers from attending the inaugural lighting of the Telluride Ski Tree in Elks Park and ceremonial Ullr Ski Burn.
She looks forward to regaining strength and greeting her friends.
The ice flow in the San Miguel River has passed causing no damage or road closures.
The Schwarzkopf family lives in San Miguel County part-time, and asked the foundation to withdraw the proposal due to the unforeseen controversy.