Wilderness supporters across the region on Thursday applauded Sen. Mark Udall’s reintroduction of the San Juan Mountains Wilderness Bill, piece of grassroots legislation that would federally preser...
Montrose Municipal Court Judge Richard Brown, saying he was "not willing to take the risk" of letting Dutch live to bite again, upheld a court order that the dog be euthanized.
An up-for-assignment seat on the Wilkinson Library Board of Directors will now be filled on March 6.
Whether Pat Willits is managing a controversial mining cleanup, a tension-filled town council meeting or the rebirth of the Sherbino Theater, he typically proceeds with a cool head and an easy smile.
It was generally agreed upon by members of the two entities that they would work together to fight any federal regulations that they potentially see as infringing on the rights of Americans.
Three men in the Norwood area who admitted to being involved with poaching two mule deer bucks have paid hefty fines and may lose their hunting privileges for many years.
According to Telluride Ski and Golf Co. spokesman, the “impact” of the collision caused injuries that led to a Flight for Life to St. Mary’s Hospital, in Grand Junction.
A downtown campus would provide opportunities to students living in the region and might also draw students from around the state and country.
Caldera Mineral Resources LLC and the Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership have formed an unlikely alliance with the goal of improving water quality at three abandoned mine sites near Ouray.
The ruling came at a hearing on Thursday morning. Judge Brown also ruled that the Dutch's owner, Jeremiah Aguilar, must pay a $500 fine, $1,000 in restitution and two days of jail time.
TEDxTellurideLive comes to the Palm Theater via simulcast on Wednesday, Feb. 27. It’s a TED-like experience at the local level, and best of all, community participants get to experience it for free.
As usual, there were winners and losers in the process, with some organizations getting 100 percent of what they asked for, and others getting zilch.
Ridgway’s Mountain Medical Center has a new family nurse practitioner whose focus is on wellness.
“This is the right theme for our symposium because climate change is at a critical historical juncture,” said Mountainfilm Festival Director David Holbrooke.
Putting its money where its mouth is, council granted approval last week for Telluride’s investment in a new one-megawatt community-owned solar project.
Jill Masters, who began her career in emergency medical services in the early 1980s; after 25 years, is retiring. Or so she says.
Over the Moon co-owners Maura Coulter and Hallie Coulter Conlin bring a far-ranging assortment, from gourmet cheeses to meats to hard-to-find delicacies (rose-petal confit, anyone?) to Telluride.
Currently, 76 full-time workers are employed at the Revenue-Virginius Mine, where construction and rehabilitation work is being done both above and below ground.
The Wednesday Heidi’s Deli forum in Montrose was all about guns, gun control, and moral decline.
The directive is aimed at clarifying how much water will be available to ski areas on public land for snowmaking.