For Sept. 29-Oct. 5.
Author Archive: Allison Perry
The San Miguel County Transit Committee says it must cut two existing bus routes and modify existing routes.
The exchange would involve exchanging a Wilson Peak property for private parcels, including several near Alta Lakes and the Skyline Ranch,
A public hearing over SMVC’s development plans was continued to Dec. 10.
We like to think that Telluride’s newest addition to internet time-sinks is tongue-in-cheek, but sometimes we worry.
District 2 incumbent candidate Joan May is determined to continue bringing experience, commitment and integrity to the San Miguel County Board of Commissioners.
Jonathan Greenspan believes that the San Miguel County Board of Commissioners is suffering from a lack of fresh ideas.
The R1 school district encompasses everything from the Telluride Early Childhood Center to the Telluride Middle School and High School.
The public is invited to participate in a marked walking tour of property, prior to a key Oct. 21 meeting.
SMBA has a goal to not only to maximize Telluride’s potential as a world class mountain bike destination, but also to bring more trails and opportunities to ride.
‘Even after scaling up production nothing was lost and we still won again. We have the process nailed.’
Instead of grilling or frying up an oily, greasy burger, they have harnessed the power of steam to cook their meat.
Katie Karow: “Not many people do have a chance like this, especially in a small town!”
‘We will offer a prayer and then a gentle sprinkling of holy water on the animals,” says Deacon Mike Doehrman.
While the film will be shot on Wilson Mesa, the cast and crew will stay in Telluride for the 49 days of local production.
It’s the festival people have heard of, but no one really knows what’s happening.
Telluride’s Kathryn Shasha came up with the idea of Tell-China Adventures, after visiting her son, David Robinson, in Shanghai.
From preschool to second grade, the school employs a Montessori approach to learning.
From Babe Ruth’s car to a Formula Race car prostate screenings.
Although there have been some hurdles to overcome, Superintendent Kyle Schumacher is optimistic.
Forest Service says proposed GMUG project will improve water service, fire protection and electricity for Mountain Village.
This year, the 75-year-old athlete won a medal for every sport he competed in.
Is the U.S. really safer today than it was before Sept. 11, 2001?
The Pandora Water Treatment Plant, which began construction in 2011, is a component of the town’s overall efficiency plan.
Lower than expected costs for the Nucla-Telluride transmission line result in a lower monthly surcharge for SMPA customers.
The proposed Telluride law would limit the legality of panhandling by restricting places, methods and times it can occur.
Initial concepts for improvements include enhanced arrival experience and lobby area, expanding the pool area, and creating a retail storefront for the Spa at Madeline.
The end of recession and a better economy ushers in a wave of new projects.
The question will ask voters if they would prefer to see a med center, a rec center or affordable housing on the property.
An officer responded to a call reporting someone yelling loudly in Town Park and made contact with a known local transient who was also cited for “Defecating In Public”.
The RTA feasibility study addressed the costs, benefits and challenges of building and funding a public transportation system.
Although the issue of keeping the Medical Center in Telluride was a common theme, it was conspicuously absent from the formal presentation.
Bridge Camp goes beyond building bridges with toothpicks.
Afghanistan-born Azim Salehi will speak about the future of his country Thursday, Aug. 7, at 6 p.m., at Wilkinson Library.
According to a statement, since the program went into effect, The Market at Mountain Village has reduced the number of bags it distributes by 72 percent – or 129,900 less bags.
Second Chance, will now be operating both shops to directly support animal rescue and outreach programs.
Telluride has received a total of $89,752 for the five months of retail and medical marijuana sales.
Telluride Marshal’s police blotter for the week of July 26.
Telluride scrambles to remain under consideration as a location for a new medical center, after declining to join in the Hospital District’s site selection process.
While Mountain Village finds sites for two proposed new facilities, Telluride appears bogged down by process.
Including free prostate exams, because ‘this is a sausage fest, a guy thing,’ says the promoter.
The town will also consider an ‘aggressive panhandling’ ordinance.
It’s not a bike race, it’s an eating race.
Could be the beginning of a full-blown aerial adventure course.
Both County Attorney Steve Zwick and County Planning Director Mike Rozycki made it clear that the blanket prohibition in the ordinance would only apply to residential areas.