Evolution of a local beer company: Telluride Brewing Co. goes big.
The community is one of hundreds competing in a national contest to find the “Prettiest Painted Places in America.”
Cups is closing its doors at the end of September. But owner Jeanne Robertson is not going far.
Local 70-plus age athlete takes home a horde of medals at the Western Slope Senior Games in Grand Junction.
Warrior Resource Center opens in Montrose as part of Welcome Home Montrose initiative.
League of Women Voters of Montrose County announced Making Democracy Work Award recipient.
Telluride, Mountain Village, ski area and Montrose back efforts of air organization with their pocketbooks.
Bill Payne Returns to Telluride for the Second time this Summer with Little Feat.
The 47-year-old man, who owns the repair center, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a weapon by a previous offender and four counts of habitual criminal behavior, accordin...
Community leaders met with the new owners of the Camp Bird Mine on Monday to learn more about their plans, which, best case scenario, could employ up to 80 miners and mill workers year-round.
At the request of local ranchers, Ouray County vacated ownership of two historic roads in the Owl Creek Pass area.
The Curecanti Medical Society recently purchased and donated 15 copies of the movie ‘Bag It’ for Montrose schools, in the hopes of exposing students to the health consequences of the overabundance ...
The city's mid-year report shows that the city has collected 7.7 percent above its 2012 budgeted sales and use taxes — a first since 2010's mid-year report.
A blog post offers a glimpse of an analysis that was conducted to improve efficiency at the San Miguel Power Association.
District 58 candidate Tammy Theis calls alleged shoplifting incident a mistake and says her campaign to take on Rep. Don Coram has not changed.
A large workforce housing project is contemplated for Telluride Apartments site in Mountain Village.
The Telluride Foundation has been selected for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Community Development Initiative of $123,000, which will support Paradox Basin Community Giving Campaign.
Gray joined Region 10 as its part-time director in February of 2006, hired by the board to see if the organization could be saved.
Energy Fuels, the company hoping to build a uranium mill in western Montrose County, has added to its uranium mine holdings in Utah.
This winter the Telluride Mountain School is offering a ski academy experience for top-level young athletes.