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Remembering Anabelle, Who Never Lost a Fight

06/18/14 | By | More
Remembering Anabelle, Who Never Lost a Fight

We had completely leashless lives, the two of us, and were the better – and banged up – for it.

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Don’t Kid Yourself

02/18/14 | By | More
Don’t Kid Yourself

I wonder if your readers, who freak out at the word ‘tax,’ realize that 0.3 percent equals .30 cents on $100?

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TIPS FROM THE PROS | Snowboarding Black Diamond Telluride Bumps

02/18/14 | By | More
TIPS FROM THE PROS | Snowboarding Black Diamond Telluride Bumps

Many people think snowboard lessons are only needed to learn the basics. Telluride Ski and Snowboard School Snowboard Supervisor and Trainer instructor Jimmy Dorsey says otherwise.

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Archaeologist Discusses Ute Rock Art Motifs at ROCC Talk

02/18/14 | By | More
Archaeologist Discusses Ute Rock Art Motifs at ROCC Talk

Patterson will focus on her studies of Ute rock art “maps” on the Uncompahgre Plateau, particularly in the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area and Dominquez-Escalante National Conservation Area.

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Five Vie for Ouray Planning Commission Vacancy

02/17/14 | By | More
Five Vie for Ouray Planning Commission Vacancy

Ouray residents Brad Clark, Carl Cockle, Mike Fedel, Chris Hinkson and Adam Kunz are all vying for the position.

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Kenworthy Stranded – With Pups – in Russia

02/17/14 | By | More
Kenworthy Stranded – With Pups – in Russia

Kenworthy gained international attention even before winning Silver in Sochi upon claiming the stray mother and four puppies.

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R&R | El Ten Eleven Drops New EP Before Starting Colorado Tour

02/17/14 | By | More
R&R | El Ten Eleven Drops New EP Before Starting Colorado Tour

What is math rock? El Ten Eleven can explain with their new studio release The emily EP.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | Congress Must Act Now to Save PILT

02/17/14 | By | More
GUEST COMMENTARY | Congress Must Act Now to Save PILT

We must do better, which is why I am proud to lead the bipartisan effort to permanently reauthorize and fund the PILT program.

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Dennis McNeil at St. Pat’s Monday, Feb. 17

02/17/14 | By | More
Dennis McNeil at St. Pat’s Monday, Feb. 17

McNeil, who has sung for five U.S. presidents and other heads of state, has won multiple awards and accolades from groups as varied as the Metropolitan Opera to the Grateful Dead.

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UPDATED: Victims of Three Killed in Plane Crash Near Telluride Identified

02/17/14 | By | More
UPDATED:  Victims of Three Killed in Plane Crash Near Telluride Identified

Beechcraft Bonanza spotted from air five hours after takeoff Sunday morning near Telluride, with no survivors.

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Free Fuel?

02/17/14 | By | More
Free Fuel?

Come on Ouray, free fuel to someone who chooses to drive to town in an electric car?

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Back Narrows Inn – Norwood’s “Living Museum” – Is Open for Business

02/16/14 | By | More
Back Narrows Inn – Norwood’s “Living Museum” – Is Open for Business

The inn has been in service since McKinley was president; a “living museum,” it retains its historic charm and coziness – something immediately apparent, upon stepping into the lobby.

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Telluride Community Discusses Pool Design

02/16/14 | By | More
Telluride Community Discusses Pool Design

The Town of Telluride’s project to build a new community pool began in earnest last week, as it began publicly discussing the designing and budgeting of the pool.

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Let’s Not Betray Our Beautiful Ouray

02/16/14 | By | More
Let’s Not Betray Our Beautiful Ouray

While I was sitting in the lobby of the Ouray Hot Springs one evening, several young people came in to register. The smell of marijuana was as prevalent as if they had been in a closed car.

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UP BEAR CREEK | Robyn Hunt’s First Book

02/16/14 | By | More
UP BEAR CREEK | Robyn Hunt’s First Book

The Shape of Caught Water (Red Mountain Press, Santa Fe, 2013) may be a first book, but it’s not the product of youthful practice.

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