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A Telluride Couple’s High Desert Retreat

09/15/14 | By | 66 Views More
A Telluride Couple’s High Desert Retreat

Over a five-year period starting in 1995, Telluride architect
Cal Wilbourne and interior designer Martha Gearty
built a desert home completely on their own, using little more than their own manpower and two boat winches.

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Forest Service Seeks Answer for for Dying Forests

09/13/14 | By | 104 Views More
Forest Service Seeks Answer for for Dying Forests

The rise of the spruce bark beetle comes just as the pine beetle infestation in northern Colorado is tapering off.

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A Preservation Celebration at the Ghost Town of Animas Forks

09/11/14 | By | 75 Views More
A Preservation Celebration at the Ghost Town of Animas Forks

Now, the ghost town will be able to withstand many a harsh winter to come.

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ELEVATED | Reap What You Sow Art for Kids, Welcoming the Harvest

09/11/14 | By | 13 Views More
ELEVATED | Reap What You Sow Art for Kids, Welcoming the Harvest

Children’s art classes in Telluride, Ridgway and Montrose, and welcoming the harvest, all in the arts this week.

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OURAY COUNTY BRIEFS | Contractors Uncover Secret Tire Stash at Gunn Dump

09/10/14 | By | 154 Views More
OURAY COUNTY BRIEFS | Contractors Uncover Secret Tire Stash at Gunn Dump

Social media policy comes under scrutiny…Road dispute flairs up again.

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Savor the San Juans: A Home-and-Chef Tour

09/10/14 | By | 52 Views More
Savor the San Juans: A Home-and-Chef Tour

Savor the San Juans showcases the region’s best locally produced offerings, from delectables to buildings to design.

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Udall, Gardner’s First Debate Highlights Crucial Battle for Senate Seat

09/08/14 | By | 55 Views More
Udall, Gardner’s First Debate Highlights Crucial Battle for Senate Seat

The Udall-Gardner race is considered one of the most critical races in the U.S.

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Riding Into the Future of Ridgway’s Ranching Heritage

09/07/14 | By | 106 Views More
Riding Into the Future of Ridgway’s Ranching Heritage

Some kids take the bus to school. Others walk, or ride their bike. Gentry Gobey rides a horse named Zipper.

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Hot Springs Pool Overhaul Poised to Launch this Fall

09/05/14 | By | 147 Views More
Hot Springs Pool Overhaul Poised to Launch this Fall

Much of what needs to be fixed is not readily apparent to anyone except those who are intimately familiar with its archaic workings.

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R&R | The Road To Blues & Brews: One-On-One With Bombino

09/04/14 | By | 164 Views More
R&R | The Road To Blues & Brews: One-On-One With Bombino

Bringing music from his Saharan city of Agadez in Niger, Bombino talks about his Tuareg history and major moments in his music career.

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Great Outdoors Company Opens in Montrose

09/04/14 | By | 345 Views More
Great Outdoors Company Opens in Montrose

Owner Steve Omernik said the The Great Outdoors Company, located at 10 S. Selig Avenue in downtown Montrose, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend.

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ELEVATED | CO/BKLYN and a Spelling Bee

09/03/14 | By | 33 Views More
ELEVATED | CO/BKLYN and a Spelling Bee

CO/BKLYN Half Drop art show and an adult spelling bee, both in Telluride in the arts this week.

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Citing ‘Lack of ‘Transparency,’ City Cuts Ties With MEDC

09/03/14 | By | 133 Views More
Citing ‘Lack of ‘Transparency,’ City Cuts Ties With MEDC

Councilors said the city will hand over to MEDC money held in escrow following a July real-estate deal in the Airport Industrial Park .

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Hickenlooper Shines Spotlight On Local Business Success Stories

09/03/14 | By | 98 Views More
Hickenlooper Shines Spotlight On Local Business Success Stories

“Ridgway is emblematic of Colorado,” HIckenlooper said.

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Man Survives Single-Vehicle Accident on Red Mountain Pass

09/01/14 | By | 700 Views More
Man Survives Single-Vehicle Accident on Red Mountain Pass

The victim spent a night exposed to the elements before emergency responders rescued him on Monday morning.

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