Although U.S. Ski Team spots eluded them, TSSC mogulists rose to the occasion at high-level Selections event
Telluride and Norwood enjoyed a year in the sports spotlight in 2010, thanks to luminary athletes and record-smashing high school teams.
New snowshoe race at Black Canyon will raise funds for nonprofit foundation.
TSSC-Trained Fern Miller Among Top U.S. Women Invited to Compete in World Cup Competition in Telluride
Telluride snowrider Fern Miller comes home for her World Cup debut.
Now a professional, Miller first strapped on a snowboard with the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club at the age of 13.
After brutal setbacks, LaFramboise has shown character and perseverance on and off the field.
Holland beat out a tough field in the finals edging out Canada's Tom Velisek for the win.
Ouray runner Elysa Barron will try to run 51 marathons in 52 weeks through 2011.
Once again, Norwood’s eight-man football squad goes down in the semifinal round of the playoffs.
For the second year in a row, the Norwood Mavericks football team is undefeated going into the semifinal round of the state playoffs.
It’s amazing how little we know about the long-term dangers young athletes face from concussion.
Telluride hosted the district volleyball tournament last week, and the Lady Miners took second behind Mancos, earning a trip to Regionals.
The Telluride High School cross country teams are headed to state this weekend after strong finishes (first for boys, third for girls) at Regionals.
Local ski star Gus Kenworthy will appear live with the new feature The Way I See It screening in Telluride Nov. 6.
Norwood will be the team to beat as Telluride High School volley-ballers host the District Tournament Oct. 30.
Powder magazine spread ponders where Telluride will go next
Telluride beats Ridgway in thrilling homecoming soccer match, 1-0
MONTROSE – While the Montrose Indian defense did a good job against a good Pueblo West team in last week’s loss, Coach Todd Casebier said the offense needed to play better. “We lost the field posit...