“We think this will enable the town to fully utilize our water rights into the future, for a hundred years if not more.”
The BLM announced last week it was putting 20 controversial oil-and-gas lease parcels in the North Fork Valley back up for bid, in the Feb. 2013 lease sale.
At the 2012 Avalanche and Winter Weather Coordination Meeting, NWS forecaster Joe Ramey looked ahead to the coming No Niño winter.
After being hit by a semi truck while riding his bike in early October, a still-unconscious 14-year-old Tommy Thomas has been moved to Denver Children’s Hospital. An account has been set up at the ...
One hundred and ten turkeys are being cooked for this year’s Montrose Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Friendship Hall.
It’s not too late to donate items for the warm clothing drive.
Owner Ken Crombie opened the doors of Montrose Music in late July, and has been hard at working tearing down the walls to access an adjacent vacant space for the creation of music classrooms and a ...
The project, constructed during the summer months, was managed from start-to-finish by the PAC.
Mountain Village Design Review Board has asked the would-be developer of a Meadows affordable housing to scale back the project.
In an effort to bring in more visitors during the typically quiet weeks before Christmas, local merchants, the tourism board, and the town of Telluride will host a new series of family activities.
Because four counties in the San Juan Mountains have strict OHV rules, they are not eligible for state OHV sticker revenues.
A local petition to manage uphill hiking and skiing makes the rounds, but the Telluride Ski & Golf Company “feels strongly” that closures stay in place.
Citing concerns about public safety, the Ouray City Council agreed by a vote of 4-1 at a public hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 7, not to enter into a proposed settlement agreement, which would have giv...
Top of the Pines, Inc., is on a mission to transform an old Girl Scout Camp into an educational retreat, and a top-notch cross-country ski center.
Jeffrey Edmund Horvat, 27, was sentenced on third-degree misdemeanor assault charges Tuesday, Nov. 13, in San Miguel County court.
In San Miguel County, the number of real estate sales in October jumped 70 percent in comparison to the number of sales in the same month in 2010.
Telluride’s decision to bid for a stage of the 2013 Pro Challenge came on the heels of detailed analysis about the pros and cons of the 2012 event.
Monday promised to hold some fireworks, as dozens of members of the public made their way to tiny Nucla from across the Western Slope to express their very strong opinions on the matter of whether ...
San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters, a longtime and vocal critic of the War on Drugs, says “I’m not thrilled” about the the passage of Amendment 64.
Waiving fees expected to encourage home building… Hickenlooper’s Appointment Dismays Montrose Commissioners…Budget Meeting Scheduled.