COVID rates rising, San Miguel Basin Rodeo July 30-31, Bow Wow Film Festival/Second Chance Auction, and monsoons cause mudslides.
Ballot issue about short-term rental limits, Blue Mesa and other reservoirs tapped to replenish Lake Powell, three Miners girls soccer players named to all-state, update on Danny Fenster, and the Nothing Festival.
Plague discovered in San Miguel County, Ah Haa Art Auction kicks off, EPA cleanup on Boomerang Road, and Billy Ball reunion game for George Gage's retirement.
Former Telluride resident and journalist Danny Fenster is detained in Myanmar, Gov. Polis declares drought emergency in western Colorado, Telluride Film Festival requires attendees to show proof of vaccination, Telluride Karate Studio wins big at World Championships, and Mountain Village installs Tesla supercharging station as gas prices increase.
Miners girls soccer takes second in state championships, Ride Festival kicks off this weekend, real estate sales surge exacerbates housing crisis, Black Bear Pass opens, and check out the Telluride Throw.
Jud Wiebe trail bridge project, Telluride AIDS Benefit fashion show hits the runway, gun control measures passed in the state, and the most misspelled word in Colorado.
San Miguel County confirms first COVID-related death, community cleanup this weekend, suspect in custody after stabbing in Norwood, Bluegrass returns this weekend, and slow it down—speed limit is 7 mph on main street.
Film festival acquires the Nugget building, town to expand skatepark, record number of construction permits pulled, and Colorado Lottery for vaccinated residents.
Local hiker suffers fatal fall, officials hope to protect Bear Creek Preserve from overuse, Telluride Balloon Festival lifts off this weekend, two missing bikes recovered in town.
Vaccine administered in error, mask mandate lifted in most public spaces, lightning strike causes Gould Fire, and Mountainfilm kicks off this weekend.
Last Dollar Pass opens for summer, state passes $34.1 billion budget for 2021-22, Telluride extends mask mandate through October but lifts outdoors requirement, Turkey Bingo at the Elks this weekend.
Telluride mourns the loss of Jerry Greene, Colorado youth sports travel farther than other states, DeLanie Young named Citizen of the Year, and skateboarding grom phenom Ollie Graves takes 12th at nationals.
Fatal bear attack, vaccine rollout continues, Fourth of July festivities cancelled, and library extends its hours.
Pfizer vaccine available for people 16 and older, Telluride Film Festival picks another Academy Award winner, town mulls reopening the Free Box, and watch out for bears and porcupines.
Lizard Head Youth Hockey wins states, Colorado opens vaccinations to all adults, Telluride Brewing Company honors Boulder victims, 2020-21 ski season comes to a close, and Telluride AIDS Benefit student fashion show is online.
Colorado plastic bag ban, Bear Creek rescue, Society Turn proposal, powder day on COVID closure one-year anniversary.
State Land Board could sell Wilson Mesa parcel, HB 1161 would limit standardized testing for students, Colorado is adding more firefighting aviation resources, and Daffodil Days are almost here.
Snowboarders face charges in 2020 avalanche, CORE Act heads to the Senate again, San Miguel County gets Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and Telluride Theatre streams "High History."
COVID-19 variant detected, Colorado's power grid is vulnerable, Boebert votes against stimulus funding, endangered black-footed ferret cloned, and Colorado companies helped make parts for Mars rover.
Mountainfilm festival online, county's east end on Orange Extreme COVID restrictions, Telluride Foundation rural affordable housing project, COVID outbreaks at ski resorts, and Elon Musk's Starlink satellites.
Telluride Foundation CEO steps down, Rep. Boebert cancels local event, 3 skiers killed in avalanche, Sheridan Opera House theatre in person and online, and mountain lions on the prowl.
Telluride Fire Protection District adds staff, legendary local Bill “Senior” Mahoney passes, Lake Powell levels trigger Colorado River drought management, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante boundaries to be reviewed, and feeling the Bern in Telluride.
Expanded COVID-19 testing, Citizens of the Year award, Rep. Lauren Boebert, county in exceptional drought, and notorious con man James Hogue arrested again.
San Miguel County moves to level orange and restaurants reopen, vaccinations roll out to residents, Colorado State Park visitation high this year, and skijoring goes virtual (for spectators).