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In the aftermath of the heated debate surrounding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision in November to list the Gunnison sage-grouse as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, another rare bird native to southwestern Colorado is the subject of FWS scrutiny. FWS announced Monday they were extending the public comment period for their proposed […]
In 2009, the mayors of Telluride and Mountain Village pledged to run their towns off of completely renewable sources of energy by 2020. It was called Telluride Renewed. Seven years later, that ambitious goal seems like a long-shot, with officials coming to terms with the fact that they bit off more than they can chew. […]
The San Miguel County Transit Committee says it must cut two existing bus routes and modify existing routes.
The exchange would involve exchanging a Wilson Peak property for private parcels, including several near Alta Lakes and the Skyline Ranch,
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.
County officials are closely monitoring national developments and implementing the resources necessary to achieve appropriate levels of preparedness.
Career military man found a home in Telluride’s outdoors and with its people.
Steven Schultz has been in private practice and David Westfall currently serves as Ouray County Court Judge.
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.
San Miguel County Sheriff’s blotter for July 14-July 19.
On behalf of the residents of Lizard Head Land Company and Trout Lake Land Company, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to the Telluride Volunteer Fire Department and the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Department.
Both County Attorney Steve Zwick and County Planning Director Mike Rozycki made it clear that the blanket prohibition in the ordinance would only apply to residential areas.
San Miguel County’s Land Use Code now has language that both permits and regulates short-term rentals of single-family residences.
The system is a high-speed telephone emergency notification system that allows public safety personnel to send messages directly to residents, whether they are home or away.
The apology has been a long time coming. About 133 years to be exact.
San Miguel County is hoping to dedicate a plaque in the Placerville Park in remembrance of the Ute removal from the region.
For the BCRLT, there’s plenty to celebrate next week including a new office location, new executive director and a history of conservation.
Judge rules that historic access to upper Bear Creek came from Wasatch Trail, not Gold Hill Road.
With the library now stabilized following a period of turmoil, Interim Library Director Brenda Carns is passing the baton to a new library director.
The Big Night is an exciting event to launch next year’s fall musical Hairspray.