An altercation on Escalante Road in Montrose County led to pepper spraying and a shotgun blast, wounding a 66-year-old woman.
While city officials say the numbers are not up all that dramatically, they agree that communication between police and the business community could be better.
There was more to consider than just the sales price when it came to acquiring the former Telluride Visitor’s Center.
Montrose BOCC and Hospital Trustees remained locked in a battle of wills despite court-ordered negotiations.
The Town of Telluride forgot to ask Mountain Village to help pay for a new solar array being installed at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The court-appointed receiver controlling the Capella and Inn at Lost Creek is looking for ways to improve the properties and to make them self-sufficient.
Over $750,000 has been raised from both private donations and grants to save Ouray’s Wright Opera House.
Norwood loses ‘a born hero’ with the death of 25-year-old Aaron Cruttenden, in Afghanistan.
The quarterly gathering of commissioners from Ouray, San Miguel and Montrose counties revisited confusion over Off Highway Vehicles this week in Ridgway.
Pandora bid process OK, Telluride Council finds… Residential rental guidelines shored up on second reading… Buy local resolution approved.
With little ado, the Telluride Town Council approved its 2011 budget.
Public art steals the show at the this month’s Ridgway Town Council meeting.
Lady Mavericks suffered only their second and third losses of the season at State. Although they fell short of the semi-finals, they gained valuable experience for the future.
For the second year in a row, the Norwood Mavericks football team is undefeated going into the semifinal round of the state playoffs.
San Miguel and Ouray counties' shared Social Services Director has been asked to be a part of the new Colorado Governor's Human Services Committee
The Montrose food bank says more families are going hungry this year, with 30 new families applying for free food each month.
TSSC fundraiser returns Wednesday, Nov. 24, with 100 percent of $25 lift tickets going directly to local nonprofit kids’ ski and snowboard program.
Free fly tying seminars with regional experts will be happening every Saturday of the winter at RIGS in Ridgway.
More than a year after the Great Recession allegedly ended, more San Miguel County residents than ever are seeking food assistance.