Almost every contender managed the lower portion of the climb and many exhibited jaw-dropping, head-scratching feats of strength and flexibility as they figured out how to tackle the complexities a...
The Ridgway Area Trails Group is hosting a party this Saturday at the Sherbino to discuss BLM’s single-track trails plan.
Emergency Preparedness for Daycare Centers...Monday Night Avalanche Awareness Forum Series... SMPA Calling for 2013 Scholarship Applications...January 2013 is Radon Action Month in Montrose...MMH I...
Cost and timing challenges cause some on council to argue against proceeding on improves to the Town Park Pavilion…Council discusses skier traffic jam at gondola spur
In December the Wilkinson Public Library announced it would close on Sundays to help close a budget deficit; a crowd gathered Tuesday to protest the decision.
San Miguel County resident Beth Hess is recovering at St. Mary’s Hospital, in Grand Junction, from injuries suffered in a Jan. 4 car accident.
Future water demands in the entire river basin were analyzed under various hypothetical situations including population growth, potential savings from conservation, and differing economic conditions.
Ongoing Disputes Over Control of MMH
Monday’s event has been coordinated by the grassroots gun violence prevention advocacy organization Mayors Against Illegal Guns.
President Jeff Proteau says the Town of Mountain Village Owners’ Association will seek more input from its members as it faces funding challenges
Thanks to a collaborative effort between the Telluride Montrose Regional Air Organization, the Telluride Ski Resort, the Telluride Tourism Board, and Crested Butte Mountain Resort, two-for-one airl...
The city has months to consider whether to restrict or regulate pot businesses
With ever more demands placed on the Colorado River and its tributaries, the Telluride Institute is launching a new initiative on water, beginning with with the screening next week of the Redford C...
For the past two decades the Montrose Community Foundation has given more than a half-million dollars to local charities every year through its Forever Fund grant program.
MONTROSE – The National Mule Deer Foundation is launching an Uncompahgre Mule Deer Chapter on the Western Slope of Colorado in Montrose, organized by Chairmen Mark Harmon and Bruce Leben, who will ...
Dinner in the Dark, a fundraiser for Telluride Adaptive Sports Program, will feature an inspiring presentation by Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind adventurer to summit Mt. Everest.
It’s not just for seasoned climbers, but anyone interested in finding out what the sport is all about.
The Sherbino Theater met its fundraising goal in late 2012, earning$25,000 in matching funds from an anonymous Ridgway donor.
Man Therapy aims to provide men approaching crisis, and their loved ones, a website to learn more about men’s mental health.
Telluride family unveils Wizard Emporium, a locally and sustainably minded gift shop.