11-10-2014 * Officer conducted a directed patrol of the 800 block of Main Street. * Officer conducted a directed patrol of Oak Street. * Officer conducted a bar check at O’Brian’s Pub. * Officer conducted a security check at the Box Canyon visitors center. * Officer responded to the Box Canyon falls parking lot for […]
Telluride voters narrowly approve a school bond while Montrose voters decisively defeat a school tax increase and Ouray rejects recreational pot.
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.
Now Mike McLachlan is the incumbent and J. Paul Brown, the challenger.
“Partisan solutions to problems and issues are not appropriate,” Tisdel says.
Funds raised will go to hiring dozens of new teachers, provide teachers with three additional professional development days.
Please know that 100 percent of the proposed facilities will be used by our students on a daily basis.
Both looked to prove they have the knowledge, dedication and leadership capabilities for the job.
The Udall-Gardner race is considered one of the most critical races in the U.S.
Topping this list was a recommendation to build a new sloping metal roof.
The board held fast to its decision to not join with The Ride Festival in an application for next year.
Udall predicts the election, which pits himself against Congressman Cory Gardner, will be very close.
The Telluride School District may send a bond question to voters in November, if the board approves it.
The problem is that elections don’t happen in just one day anymore, and they’re not just about voting booths and ballots.
The new directors take office at the MFPD board meeting on May 20.
Early/absentee voting is underway for the Town of Ridgway’s municipal election on Tuesday, April 1, at which the fate of funding for the proposed Streetscape project will be determined.