Autopsy results are not yet in on a man found dead near Iron Park south of Ouray.
The a 73-foot-tall Engelmann spruce was felled earlier this month and will arrive in Washington D.C. just after Thanksgiving along with nearly 3,000 ornaments crafted by Colorado school children.
The board of directors of the Ouray County Nordic Council is getting old and wonder if this year’s fundraiser will be The Last Supper.
Take a look around downtown Montrose today and residents can see, with a trained eye, that those “for sale” and "for rent" signs are slowing fading away.
In the wake of the Nov. 6 election, the City of Montrose has joined a handful of other Colorado towns in drafting emergency moratoriums on retail marijuana distribution after state voters approved ...
Montrose City Attorney Russ Duree is retiring. “I just feel it is time for me to look at retiring, and maybe going fishing," he says.
Members of the group said their worries about the CDPHE’s ability to oversee the proposed mill date back to 2002.
The pledge of support, inked recently in a letter of intent, comes after officials from the Telluride-Montrose Regional Air Organization asked for support from three entities in the Gunnison/Creste...
Black Canyon Regional Land Trust moved its office to Ridgway because Ouray and south Montrose counties are “underserved” where land conservation is concerned.
For all the vitriol and divisiveness between the Republican and Democratic national campaigns, the 2012 election will be remembered as an election of no change. President Obama handily won the Elec...
Former USPS cyclist Scott Mercier is much more than a hometown hero.
A passionate effort led by a group of local veterans is underway to honor and remember Placerville’s Paul Haining, who is believed to be San Miguel County’s lone fatality of the Vietnam War.
A 3.5 ton, 25-foot tall steel structure, painted powder blue to blend in with the ice, will serve as a launching pad for the Ouray Ice Festival’s future.
As goes Ouray, so goes the nation?
In a three-man race, Goodtimes took 42 percent of the vote.
When Montrose County Clerk and Recorder Francine Tipton-Long made the announcement, White was surrounded by family members as broke down in tears upon hearing the results.
Apart from the public comment segments, the rest of the Piñon Ridge hearing will consist of formal evidentiary process, as lawyers for both sides examine and cross-examine a list of 25 witnesses.
Ridgway’s Streetscape Committee has sent out postcards asking local businesses and residents to take an online survey about plans to revitalize the historic downtown.
Repairs will get underway as soon as Thursday this week, weather-permitting, on an exposed 20-25 foot section of the Camp Bird Road in the vicinity of the “Drinking Cup”.
Skicross to make its Telluride World Cup debut, December 12-15.