They may have started out as baskets, but these days, the beneficiaries of Telluride’s Angel Baskets program actually receive large overstuffed boxes filled to the brim with holiday goodies and nec...
"It was incredible. At times there was so many people that I didn't know if they would all fit," said Sonja Horn, owner of Fabula, a downtown home gift boutique.
Montrose Forest Products Manager Norm Birtcher gives a public presentation earlier this month on what the mill needs to survive.
With its new crossing guards and safety patrol program, Ridgway Elementary is encouraging kids to walk and ride their bikes to school.
Ouray local Heidi Duce begins training full time at Copper Mountain Resort next month in hopes of qualifying to become a part of the first-ever USA Women’s Paralympic Snowboarding team.
Montrose fly-fishing shop, Potamoi Anglers, will host two master fly-tiers for classes in December and January.
Skiers and snowboarders celebrate the start of the Telluride Ski Area’s 40th season this week, with the 2012-13 ski season officially beginning Thursday, Nov. 22.
Citing public health safety, economic well being and the preservation of peace, the Montrose City Council Tuesday unanimously approved the first reading of city ordinance 2309, a temporary moratori...
The San Juan Basin League recognized two Ouray High School athletes and one OHS coach in its fall sport All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-Conference lineup.
At the 2012 Avalanche and Winter Weather Coordination Meeting, NWS forecaster Joe Ramey looked ahead to the coming No Niño winter.
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 ...
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.
Is the Colorado Rockies Owner/Chief Executive Officer Dick Monfort being cheap or does he really have faith that Walt Weiss, who was named the Rockies new manager last week, can turn this fledgling...
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.
The a 73-foot-tall Engelmann spruce was felled earlier this month and will arrive in Washington D.C. just after Thanksgiving along with nearly 3,000 ornaments crafted by Colorado school children.
Take a look around downtown Montrose today and residents can see, with a trained eye, that those “for sale” and "for rent" signs are slowing fading away.
Teams of girls ages 8-12 from Durango, Pagosa Springs, Dolores, Nucla, Naturita, Norwood, and Telluride, who all began their twice-a-week after-school training sessions when school started earlier ...