Mountain towns host weeks-long holiday eventsColorado mountain towns can be feast or famine when it comes to the economic boost provided by visitors. Two San Juan mountain towns are capitalizing on their unique attributes — small, friendly, snowy — to try and bring visitors not just for the holidays, which can already be busy, but […]
The Southwest Basin Roundtable submitted its draft water plan to Gov. Hickenlooper on WednesdayOn a recent evening, the historic, single-room Placerville Schoolhouse was aglow in the dark as cars crunched over snow and gravel in the parking lot and a small stream of residents from across the entire San Miguel River Basin trickled into the […]
Last month, the governing boards of Habitat for Humanity of Montrose County and Habitat for Humanity of the Telluride Region unanimously decided to merge in a move designed to streamline resources and strengthen the organization, newly rebranded as Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans.
In the aftermath of the heated debate surrounding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision in November to list the Gunnison sage-grouse as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, another rare bird native to southwestern Colorado is the subject of FWS scrutiny. FWS announced Monday they were extending the public comment period for their proposed […]
Kim Reynolds is a natural born athlete, putting on her first pair of skis at the age of three and road tripping with her family by station wagon from their lakeside home in Minnesota to the mountains of Colorado throughout the years as she was growing up. Reynolds studied outdoor leadership at Prescott College and […]
In 2009, the mayors of Telluride and Mountain Village pledged to run their towns off of completely renewable sources of energy by 2020. It was called Telluride Renewed. Seven years later, that ambitious goal seems like a long-shot, with officials coming to terms with the fact that they bit off more than they can chew. […]
On the long drive home to Telluride from Montrose and need a quick bite? Ridgway’s Cimarron Café has got you covered. You’ve surely seen the sign, just before Ouray County’s only stoplight (if you reach the Shell station, you’ve gone too far). Behind the weathered wood exterior is a sleek café that turns out a […]
Her chosen theme for December is “Descent Narratives – Down the Rabbit Hole We Go.”
Festivities include a reading of T’was the Night before Christmas, Christmas carolers, and complimentary hot cocoa and cider.
Art on Trout Road and photographer John Fielder in Montrose, and a critically acclaimed documentary screens in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
“The hardest part of undercover work is you have to be so friendly to crooks and then stab them in the back.”
Telluride Ski Resort will be opening more terrain on the first day of ski season than in years past.
Today’s sophisticated, gravity-fed plumbing system uses more than 7,500 feet of pipe and 235 shower heads, spraying more than 270,000 gallons of water on the canyon walls on a typical winter night.
Telluride native Naomi Major’s hockey career began here, and although the game has taken her far from Colorado, she has not lost any love for Telluride.
The gym provides local climbers and aspiring climbers with the opportunity to work on their skills
As the Broncos rushing attack goes, so goes Peyton Manning.
Teo 2 delivers a variety of terrain for advanced skiers and riders.
Prejs has nearly 10 years of experience in the many facets of wealth management.
ore than 76,600 well-traveled Condé Nast Traveler readers cast ballots to rate the world’s most celebrated cities and islands, hotels and resorts, cruise ships and airlines.
Since the company owns and operates the 2,000 ton per day White Mesa Mill, it no longer needs to construct the 500 ton per day Piñon Ridge Project to meet current or planned production.
Alpine Bank was recognized as a renewing Gold Leader, and the status applies for another three years.
A “support group” for home brewers meets on the second Wednesday of every month.
Rhonda Muckerman, director of the Telluride Choral Society, has a big weekend coming up: She will conduct more than 60 singers — 30 adults and over 30 children — in the choral society’s 21st annual holiday program, WinterSing. She grew up in New Jersey, attended college and graduate school in the Midwest, and had a […]
Next year marks the 30th anniversary of The Polar Express, author Chris Van Allsburg’s enduring story of a young boy’s unexpected Christmas Eve journey on a locomotive train to the North Pole. Fun fact: Allsburg played on a steam engine, the Pere Marquette Railroad’s no. 1225, in Michigan as a child. He used the engine […]
In a season of good cheer, Telluride Arts’ Programs Director Britt Markey appears the perfect example. Except for one thing: she’s ebullient year-round. Though she was raised in Albuquerque and Phoenix, “My great-grandfather worked as a miner in Telluride, and my grandfather was a miner in Rico,” she says. “Growing up, I spent my summers […]
There is not a doubt that Gerstle’s shoes are going to be hard to fill, but he is confident his replacement has what it takes to continue in his footsteps successfully.
Organizers plan to feature multi-storied, fire-emitting “art cars” and burn barrels as well as other larger-than-life, animated and fiery art installations in public spaces.
Over the past five years, the ministry has seen an increase of 190 percent in people that need assistance and it needs your help.
The many friends of the 23-year-old vowed to use his death as a catalyst to bring change.
Beau Weiher made a big impression through his pursuit of BASE jumping off of iconic Ouray landmarks.
Career military man found a home in Telluride’s outdoors and with its people.
Peter Kinnick apparently died of natural causes.
He wrote a column called “Sound Advice” about the local music scene for the Telluride Times-Journal.
Loved for her bright, beautiful smile and bountiful heart, Carol Rinehart passed away on July 5, 2014, in her home at Deerhart Ranch, surrounded by family.