Working from home for an employer far away brings benefits, has drawbacks and, most of all, requires sacrifice. Living and playing in the natural paradise that is the San Juan Mountains and getting paid big-city wages for working in a creative, in-demand career — it seems like a dream come true. And some locals […]
Driver identified as 18-year-old Edgar Vargas, who had been reported missing Red Mountain Pass closed Wednesday morning and remained closed for hours following a fatal accident near mile marker 89, approximately four miles south of Ouray, to allow Ouray County Mountain Rescue to recover a body and for Colorado Department of Transportation emergency personnel to […]
A recent die-off of livestock in the Cutler Creek area has lead to water quality testing and prompted three health alerts from Ouray County. According to an April 10 Ouray County health alert, several cows died from arsenic poisoning, but the source of the arsenic has not been confirmed. An April 21 health alert update […]
Top scientists probe regional methane hotspot with global implicationsBy Stephen Elliott Staff Reporter The Four Corners region is home to the largest methane hotspot in the U.S., with a level of greenhouse gasses so anomalous that some of the top environmental scientists in the country are coming to this region to try to figure out […]
North Log Hill Mesa greenhouse produces plethora of plantsNestled among piñon pine trees, junipers and sagebrush in the dry landscape of north Log Hill Mesa, Gratitude Gardens & Greenhouse is an oasis of rich botanic diversity and a treasure trove of edible plants. Gardener Heidi Comstock has expertly and lovingly nurtured the growing bubble of […]
Claudia Keyworth uses homeopathic therapies, cutting-edge technologyClaudia Keyworth truly has faith in the power of natural medicine. She and husband Jon Keyworth, owners of Natural Medicine of Montrose, are devoted to supporting natural ways of healing the body through homeopathic supplements, auricular therapies, cold laser therapy and cutting edge technologies which reveal true sickness within […]
Lucas Price, the proprietor of Telluride’s popular main street restaurant La Cocina de Luz, wears many chefs’ hats. For years, he has served delicious, classically flavored Mexican food. Having mastered the art of Mexican, he moved on to dessert and became an ice-cream man. To do this, he didn’t just read a bunch of recipes. […]
110 E Colorado Ave, Telluride, CO 81435 · (970) 728-8046Brown Dog Pizza is to Telluride what the Telluride Bluegrass Festival is to the town’s summer festival season. It’s an absolute staple. It’s “square one” in its respective field. From second homeowners to the ski bums, virtually everyone in Telluride has been there on a number […]
185 Sherman Street (Riverview Plaza), RidgwayWe are a landlocked lot here on the Western Slope, but no need to feel a sea breeze is far away. Not at Land & Ocean Restaurant in Ridgway, where fresh tropical juice blends — papaya, mango, tamarindo and pineapple, to name just a few — a splendid ceviche and […]
123 North Lena Street, RidgwayThe True Grit is one of Ridgway’s most reliable watering-holes (along with Trail Town Still for artisan spirits, and the Colorado Boy for artisan beer). There’s not much of artisan anything at the True Grit; artifact would be more like it. The café’s a paean to the movie of the same […]
398 W. Colorado Ave.Whither the good olive oils today? Ever since Tom Mueller’s 2007 groundbreaking New Yorker essay entitled “Slippery Business,” which chronicled the sad, even fraudulent, state of this most sublime cooking ingredient and condiment, that has been the question. Mueller followed up his essay with a 2011 book, “Extra Virginity: The Sublime and […]
336 Main St. #102, Grand Junction Breakfast in a bar. “It’s a cheeky place,” my partner observed. And indeed it was. There, directly in front of a counter bearing glistening bottles of Stolichnaya, Tanqueray and Cuervo — bottles that had, only very recently, been capped and put away for the night — were the morning […]
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.
The film utilizes the latest in aerial filming technology.
Ouray tour operator offers access to backcountry Untracked, knee-deep powder. Skiers travel thousands of miles and spend just as much money for the chance to sink into a few feet of soft, undisturbed snow. In recent winter weeks, when snow has been in relatively short supply and temperatures have hovered in the 50s even at […]
Fresh products from free-range animalsFarmer George Burkhardt knows that a happy animal makes a good product. Burkhardt, the founder of Happy Hog Farms with his partner Sylva Hamilton, believe that the natural raising of animals creates not only a healthier product but also makes it tastier. They both say their customers will all attest to […]
Company uses local employees, rivers to make their reelsThey built the first mass-marketable fly reels back in 1973, and many of those first reels can still be found on America’s best rivers. Ross Reels is highly respected in the fly fishing industry for both its longevity and legendary quality, and the reels just so happen […]
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.
Letting the people speakKierstin Bridger, past winner of the Mark Fischer Poetry Prize, is a writer, teacher, co-founder of the Open Bard Poetry Series and “Editor in Sheaf” of Alley Poems, both in Ridgway. Here she is on coming “full circle” as a scribe, life as a resident of two mountain towns, and her passion […]
Letting the people speakBrenda Miller is a state-licensed rehabilitator at Roubideau Rim Wildlife Rescue in Olathe. Here she is on how she got involved with wildlife, what wild animals want most and what she wants most. What do you do besides wildlife rehab, if anything? Wildlife rehab keeps me very busy — I can never […]
Letting the people speakAshley Boling is a Telluride thespian, historian and Mountainfilm on Tour emcee. Here he is on Shakespeare, his life’s great joy and one aggravation. I am in Telluride because…I drove here by car in July of 1990 from Alexandria, Virginia to visit two college friends who were spending the summer in Telluride. […]
Letting the people speakRosemerry Wahtola Trommer of Placerville is a poet and essayist, a teacher, and a singer in the seven-woman a capella group Heartbeat, which performs the evening of March 31 at the Ah Haa School. Here she is on the power of being and non-being, her Diet Pepsi secret and the gift of […]
Letting the people speakMichael McCullough is a Ridgway sculptor who has been integral to the town’s designation as a Creative District. Here he is on his magnum opus, the most interesting person he knows and a certain fire truck. What was your childhood ambition? I wanted to be an actor and a singer. My first artistic training […]
Letting the people speakDanika Gilbert is a Ridgway grant writer and climbing guide. Here she is on her life’s great theme, the enduring appeal of tundra plants and dreams coming true. What was your childhood ambition? I always wanted to be outdoors and was interested in science; being a biologist or a research scientist is what […]
Oct. 27, 1994 — March 21, 2015Hayden Scot Heinold was born Oct. 27, 1994 in Grand Junction, Colorado, to his parents Melinda and Levi Heinold. Hayden was a happy baby and left this world as a happy man on March 21, 2015. Hayden started his life adventure wrapped snuggly against his mother’s chest while riding […]
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.