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Tag: ouray

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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It’s All a Facade

08/18/14 | By More
It’s All a Facade

Among Mesker enthusiasts, Ouray is a hands-down favorite, with 14 surviving examples.

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ELEVATED | Looking at Innocence: Art and Music Inspired by Children

08/14/14 | By More
ELEVATED | Looking at Innocence: Art and Music Inspired by Children

Art inspired by children in Telluride, and classical music for families in Ouray, all in the arts this week.

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Discover Your Roots at Upcoming OCHS Genealogy Workshop

08/11/14 | By More

The morning session will cover the basics of genealogy research, types of documentation available, and online sources for information.

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Grill and Chill at Ouray’s Annual Brew, Music Fest

08/11/14 | By More

Entrance to Grillin’ & Chillin’ is free for all; beer-tasting costs $25 which includes a commemorative tasting glass.

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No Holds Bard Puts the ‘Play’ Back in Plays 

08/10/14 | By More

See their Much Ado About Nothing at the Wright Opera House Aug. 14-15.

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ELEVATED | Art and Artists, by Day and by Moonlight

08/06/14 | By More
ELEVATED | Art and Artists, by Day and by  Moonlight

Art show in Ouray and moonlight events in Ridgway and Montrose, all in the arts this week.

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DOLA Grants $200K to Kickstart Ouray Pool Improvements

08/02/14 | By More
DOLA Grants $200K to Kickstart Ouray Pool Improvements

Combined with a $100,000 cash match from the city, the grant will pay for a feasibility study.

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Take An Oath: Make Ouray Safer

One of the great things about living in a little town is that you get to participate in many civic activities that you probably wouldn’t if you lived in a large city.

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Artists Alpine Holiday Delights the Senses, Soothes the Soul

07/30/14 | By More
Artists Alpine Holiday Delights the Senses, Soothes the Soul

AAH is one of the oldest and best-loved juried art shows in Colorado.

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Red Mountain Pass Motorcycle Crash Victim Identified; Eye Witness Recounts Accident

07/29/14 | By More

Authorities have concluded their investigation and released the name of a man who died in a motorcycle crash.

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U.S. Olympic Runner Seeks Course Record in Mt. Sneffels Half-Marathon

07/28/14 | By More
U.S. Olympic Runner Seeks Course Record in Mt. Sneffels Half-Marathon

Janet Cherobon-Bawcom, member of the 2012 U.S. Olympic team (10,000 meter), is competing in this year’s race.

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Authorities Seek Answers in Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Red Mountain Pass

07/21/14 | By More

There are conflicting reports about what happened after the fatal accident.

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Mountaineer Hilaree O’Neill Presents Everest-Lhotse Lecture at the Wright

07/18/14 | By More

As O’Neill tells it, 2012 was a “crazy year to be climbing Everest,” with bad weather, scarce snow and overcrowding conspiring to lead to the deaths of six climbers.

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OCHS Presents History of Mountain Top and Grand View Mines

07/14/14 | By More
OCHS Presents History of Mountain Top and Grand View Mines

The story of two significant Ouray County mines will unfold at the Ouray County Historical Society’s next “Evening of History’ lecture on Tuesday, July 22.

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