For residents and organizers in Montrose, the prospect of being awarded an All-America City – and bringing it to fruition make it The Watch’s No. 7 story of 2013.
National beverage lobbying organizations descended on Telluride to fight a proposed sugary drinks tax voted down in the November election and was The Watch's No. 8 story of 2013.
The large gravel pit, proposed by Rocky Mountain Aggregate and Construction, the opposition it faced and the ultimate denial of its special use permit by the Montrose Commissioners, is The Watch’s ...
The fate of Dutch, a 107-pound American Allaunt canine sentenced to death for a vicious attack on a Montrose woman multiple times last year, went viral in 2013 and is The Watch's No. 10 story of th...
Daniel Hatch hopes his video of the procedure will help ease others' fears of dental work. (Read story for link to video.)
Pete Wagner and Kelli Gleason create everybody’s perfect ski.
Shop owners say they are ready for what could be big business on day one.
Found days away from starving to death on a road in rural Alabama, Chance the pit bull has now come to a new home in Ridgway, thanks to generosity, serendipity and a lot of animal love.
Parks and Wildlife officials say the use of drones isn’t hunting and isn’t fair chase.
Telluride High School’s venture capital class offers students the opportunity to examine, research and critique real-world proposals for venture capital.
San Miguel County Sheriff Masters: 'All indications are that this is a tragic accidental shooting.'
Bracken Raleigh on hair, which is “the presentation of your energy to all; it expresses your strengths and weaknesses, attitude, fears and joys.”
The Telluride Regional Airport has begun to receive detailed and routine weather forecasts from the National Weather Service specific to a five-mile radius of its runway.
There is very little that separating dozens of hungry Montrose seniors from the hot home meals they deserve, said Golden Circle Seniors Committee Membe
Esperanca Reyes, the 34-year-old manager of Tequilas on Telluride’s Main Street, is accustomed to this level of multitasking and hard work.Slug: Esperanza Reyes
Teresa Williams most recently served as city attorney for Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
Every holiday season, hundreds of individuals and families in San Miguel, Montrose and Dolores counties lack sufficient resources to afford Christmas gifts, school supplies – even prescription copays.
The Ridgway Town Council has committed to a strategy to pay off its debt burden for the RAMP project twice as quickly, ultimately exposing Ridgway property owners to a dramatically lower tax burden.
Longtime Telluride resident Jane Miller Fake at her Placerville home on Sunday, Dec. 22, at 2:50 a.m.
On the same page with owner Chuck Horning, the new Telski president says his priorities this year are to improve the employee experience and the guest experience.