If all goes according to plan, thrill-seekers young and old will be flocking to Silverton this summer for a chance to fly along a totally unique, mile-long zip line course that blends history with ...
With Tuesday’s approval of the conceptual sketch plans, SMVC has satisfied the first two of five steps in the county’s land use process to develop the two parcels.
Cost-sharing proposal to repair Bridal Veil road rejected…Commissioners open to discussion of dog prohibition regulation changes...
So far, no private clubs for the consumption of marijuana exist in Ouray, but some city councilors see no reason to prohibit them.
All Points Transit Executive Director Terri Wilcox says the goal for the next year is to get more people who need mobility onto the public bus routes in Montrose.
Over 50 percent of those surveyed in the study reported to suffer from some form of a mental health disorder. On top of that, 44 percent said they additionally suffer from substance abuse.
A new foundation in Montrose, launched last month with a $10,000 anonymous gift, aims to support recreational opportunities.
Hydropower from the Ridgway dam could be flowing into the grid as early as next winter.
Taking college-concurrent courses requires a huge commitment on the part of the students with hopes they will pay off upon entering college.
Hackett will continue as the director of the Institute for Altitude Medicine at the Medical Center.
Colorado Hwy. 50, from Montrose to Gunnison, was reopened at approximately 10:30 p.m. Thursday night, following a three-hour investigation that determined a suspicious object found near the highway...
Memorial set for Tuesday has moved to the 4-H Event Center in Ridgway, with food and refreshments provided by area businesses.
While its Werner Herzog Theatre will usher in a new era of maximum cinema enjoyment, organizers say the Telluride Film Festival will remain intimate, and will not be expanding its 2013 passholder b...
Ridgway Secondary School Principal Jim Bob Hobbs got an emotional roomful of support at Monday’s school board meeting.
The Montrose Board of County Commissioners has asked U.S. Fish and Wildlife Director Daniel Ashe for an 60-day extension of the public comment period.
The attorney for Jeremiah Aguilar, whose dog Dutch attacked a Montrose woman now facing more than $28,000 in medical bills, has appealed a court ruling that the dog must be euthanized.
The sheriff’s department has been processing a surge of new applications for concealed handgun permits – up to two or three per day in the weeks following the Sandy Hook massacre.
An executive order issued last week paves the way for the CDPHE to make a formal decision on the proposed Piñon Ridge uranium Mill radioactive materials license in April.
In the current Hospice offices, at 645 S. Fifth Street, employees and volunteers have gotten used to sharing desks and office space, and are even keeping some workstations together with duct tape.
Ridgway’s municipal election, slated for April, has been cancelled, because only four applications were received for four open council seats.