At Telluride Town Council’s Tuesday meeting, there was a standing ovation for retiring Town Clerk MJ Schillaci.
Ernst Baer’s career has spanned decades, continents and 24 employment relationships with top salons. He’s just gotten back from an attempt at “retirement,” and is now styling hair at Bernard’s, nam...
A decline in property values is having a big impact on Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library.
The Uncompahgre Field Office is seeking public comments on four alternatives for an interconnecting trail system on public lands managed by the BLM about two miles northeast of Ridgway.
With a new community recreation center as the ultimate goal, the Montrose Recreation District last week announced its purchase of a bank-owned 26 acres with lottery funds.
The Sheridan Opera House celebrates its 100th anniversary with a year-long series of events, starting with Vaudeville Night, Dec. 30.
The future of Mountain Village’s Dial-A-Ride taxi service may be coming into focus, now that Mountain Village property owners have weighed in.
A new study from the University of New Hampshire quantifies the economic damage done to the snowsports industry by a warming climate.
After well over two hours of often antagonistic comments, and with no end in sight, council agreed to continue reviewing the matter at a special joint meeting at 10 a.m. this Friday, Dec. 14, where...
Wide Area Multilateration will allow air traffic controllers to track aircraft in mountainous areas that have previously been outside radar coverage.
The declaration formalizes the amendment as part of the Colorado Constitution and makes legal the personal use, possession and limited home-growing of marijuana for adults.
With the only snow in the state, the Grand Mesa Nordic Council stepped up to host two days of USSA-sanctioned nordic races last weekend.
Although Telluride boasts solid programs and facilities for preschool-aged children, infant care still an issue for local working families.
Thirty-five bike racks spring up in downtown Montrose, thanks to DDA donation program.
A decades-long legal battle over the town’s water supply appears to be over.
TSSC freestyle Skier sells art to fundraise for those who can’t afford to ski.
After working to refine the City of Ouray’s 2013 budget for the past two months, the Ouray City Council holds its final budget work session Thursday Dec. 6.
Do to a recent onset of public records requests, Montrose County now has a fee in place to cover the cost of staff time in retrieving those requests.
The Delta-Montrose Electric Association the Board of Directors unanimously approved the cooperative’s 2013 budget.
Although the full extent of the San Juan winter to come remains a big question mark, there is little doubt that winter will be here eventually, bringing with it the region’s well-earned reputation ...