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Community

Ouray Schools Seek $2.5 Million Bond to Shore Up Aging Infrastructure

08/30/14 | By More
Ouray Schools Seek $2.5 Million Bond to Shore Up Aging Infrastructure

Topping this list was a recommendation to build a new sloping metal roof to replace the existing flat one that is chronically leaky.

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Telluride Adaptive Ski Program Heads to Chile

08/29/14 | By More

First Annual International Freeride camp helps bring awareness to South America.

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Black Bear Pass Closed Sept. 3 and 4

08/28/14 | By More

Due to heavy rock fall there will be no access for vehicles, bikers or hikers to Bridal Veil Falls, Via Ferrata, Ajax Peak Trail, Wasatch Trail Loop.

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Cooking Away for Farmacy Bucks

08/27/14 | By More
Cooking Away for Farmacy Bucks

Ten families are working with Local Farmacy Rx, a local non-governmental program, to learn to cook – and eat well – together.

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Aggressive Panhandling Ordinance Set for First Reading

08/27/14 | By More

The proposed Telluride law would limit the legality of panhandling by restricting places, methods and times it can occur.

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Survey Aims to Find Gaps in Region’s Health Care Needs

08/26/14 | By More

Make sure to have your say when it comes to the health care needs in the region by participating Tri-County Health Network’s community survey available now until Sept. 15.

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Mountains to Desert Ride Pedals for Kids

08/26/14 | By More
Mountains to Desert Ride Pedals for Kids

Former Pro-cyclists Jan Ullrich and Scott Mercier will join the ride to benefit Just For Kids.

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Loghill Lungbuster:  Short But Challenging 

08/26/14 | By More

The 16-mile time trial will begin between noon and 12:15 p.m. for elite cyclists on Sept. 7.

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Celebrate Ouray County’s New Fairgrounds at the Labor Day Fair and Rodeo

08/24/14 | By More

The all-new Ouray County Fairgrounds are the place to be for the fantastic five-day celebration over Labor Day Weekend.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | Ouray Residents Urged to Protect Healthy Trees, Destroy Dead Ones

These dead trees are not only unsightly and a significant fire hazard, they cause an extreme risk to any property they might fall on.

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Ridgway State Park Offering Free Loaner Life Jackets

08/23/14 | By More

right yellow bins located at Dallas Creek and the main boat ramp hold the life jackets which are available to be used for free for the day.

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Alpine Bank Supports the Montrose Regional Crime Stoppers Program

08/22/14 | By More
Alpine Bank Supports the Montrose Regional Crime Stoppers Program

Crime Stoppers provides a system for soliciting and receiving anonymous tips as well as offering monetary rewards to tipsters in exchange for information that leads to an arrest.

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Higher Rent Could Close Haven House Near Olathe

08/21/14 | By More
Higher Rent Could Close Haven House Near Olathe

According Haven House’s Larry Fredericksen, without financial help, the 67 percent increase in rent could shut the facility’s doors.

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LOCAL PERSPECTIVE | KOTO’s Painful Identity Crisis

08/21/14 | By More

Telluride’s community radio station is being torn apart by an emotional debate about its very purpose.

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Third Annual Pea Green Pedal on Sept. 20

08/21/14 | By More
Third Annual Pea Green Pedal on Sept. 20

Sign up for an 18 or 40 mile bike ride, or a 5K Fun Run/Walk around the lake.

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