Weatherization Program Helping Families Save…CSU Master Gardener Applications Now Available…Nonprofit Holiday Bazaar Saturday.
For the first time ever, the Chipeta’s pools will be open during the winter thanks to new solar-heating panels, and there’s more hot news to come next spring.
Ceramicist, landscape artist and watercolorist featured at Art on Trout Road.
A modern-day take on the ancient arts of weaving, spinning and related fiber crafts at the 34th Annual Weavers Guild Show and Sale, Saturday, in Montrose.
The Telluride Town Council asks CDOT for the lowest illumination possible without compromising safety.
Local products are key to two Ouray businesses, which just keep expanding.
Budding chefs at Montrose County schools are learning kitchen skills early.
Dr. Sam Jahani, who ran clinics in Montrose, Grand Junction and Delta, pleaded not guilty in September to multiple charges.
Incumbent Barbara Bynum will keep the seat until the election is decided.
Telluride’s high school volleyball team earned a trip to the state tournament with two wins last weekend at regionals.
Telluride’s two theater companies merge, and hire a new executive director.
Ridgway psychologist Susannah Smith is one of several local activists to adopt wild horses from the recent Spring Creek gather.
DMEA Extends National Guard Outreach…Rockfall Mitigation Underway on Colo. State Hwy 145 South of Telluride… Montrose Interagency Fire Plans Winter Burns … Free Homemaking Services to Seniors
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The Montrose County Commissioners say they are 'disappointed" and will continue to pursue legal action to stop the transfer.
The new company is the result of a merger of the Telluride Repertory Theatre and SquidShow.
Voters also returned Thom Carnevale to council and elected Kristen Permakoff to a first term.
Pete Connick remembers a friend ‘who moved the ball from Francis Warner’s worn-out miner’s mitt to a hippie ski bum paradise.’
Before she went, Cheatham had been on a different kind of journey when she learned of the recurrence of cancer she had beaten ten years before.