Norwood experiencing widespread flooding, Telluride Foundation hosts a community survey, CPW offers grant money to reduce human-bear conflicts, and Telluride Ski Resort extends its lift hours for spring.
Tourism board reports visitor numbers are down this winter, Telluride Historical Museum to move archives to Ilium for storage, annual water audit shows less waste, and Daffodil Days are coming.
School districts receive more "swatting" threats, snow totals in upper Colorado Basin surpass average peak, EPA studies visitor trash in Telluride, and Telluride Theatre presents "Men in Boats."
Fire protection district seeks mill levy increase, Billy Goat Farm wins Cascade Cup, Forest Service seeks input on Alta Lakes improvements, and it's Fashion Week in Telluride.
Rocky Mountain Arts gets NEA grant for youth sculpture project, Telluride School District to make $3.2 million in energy-saving improvements, San Miguel County is holding a community survey about East End master plan, and the 23rd annual Telluride Comedy Fest hits the stage this week.
Pinhead Institute's FTC robotics team qualifies for state finals, former Telluride High School student sentenced in sex assault case, Telluride Adaptive Sports receives grant from Christopher Reeve Foundation, and Lift 9 opens this week.
Fatal overdose is fourth fentanyl-related death in the county, Telluride Airport surpasses 10,000 passenger goal in 2022, Town Park campground to get new reservation system, and summer festivals are starting to announce their lineups.
Tia Schenk took third at the Junior Freeride World Championships in Austria. Schenk was one of the youngest competitors at 16 and it was her first time competing at Worlds. She was only able to scope her line from the bottom using binoculars—no course inspections allowed—but she nailed her run and ended up on the podium. Way to go, Tia! Telluride is proud of you!
Mountain Village looks at updating deed restriction ahead of new housing project, state legislators working on an assault weapons ban bill, Colorado Parks and Wildlife releases draft plan for wolf reintroduction, and Lift 9 is almost ready to roll.
San Miguel County has the 10th highest per capita income in the U.S., planning commission continues Society Turn proposal to next month, local real estate market slows down, and new emergency notification system replaces Code Red alerts.
Why eggs are so "eggs"pensive, last of Valley Floor bonds to be paid off in February, town ponders mandate for locals tickets to festivals, and not all vanity plate requests in Colorado make the cut.
San Miguel District Court overturns Diamond Ridge rezoning, plastic bag bans go into effect in Mountain Village and across Colorado, Telluride Foundation awards $1M in community grants, and a peek at an early-season Ajax avalanche.San Miguel District Court overturns Diamond Ridge rezoning, plastic bag bans go into effect in Mountain Village and across Colorado, Telluride Foundation awards $1M in community grants, and a peek at an early-season Ajax avalanche.
Local News Network Telluride takes a look back at some of the top stories of 2022. Happy New Year!
December 22 is the 50th anniversary of the Telluride Ski Resort. Check out Telluride Historical Museum's new exhibit, "The Long Run," which celebrates the history of the resort. (Photos/videos courtesy of Telluride Historical Museum and Telluride Ski Resort).
Avian flu killing raptors and wild birds, backcountry gear swap is this weekend, ski resort to open more terrain but Lift 9 opening is delayed, and Telluride Theatre performs "Susan and Kevin's Holiday Party Saves the World."
Mountain Village's design and review board approves luxury hotel plan, Backcountry Chats about avalanche safety kick off this week, Colorado school districts implementing new free student meals program, and Holiday Prelude is this weekend.
Alpine Bank presents the Community Matters segments highlighting the work of local nonprofits. This December we are honoring the Ah Haa School for the Arts.
Rash of poaching incidents in San Miguel County, health officials urge residents to check for radon in homes, locals support Club Q survivors, and town heats up this weekend with Telluride Fire Festival.
Congratulations to Telluride High School senior Emma Righetti, who was selected to play in the All-State Tournament last weekend. Miners Coach Lorrie Mahoney was also honored to coach the all-star team at the event.
Telluride and Idarado amend Bridal Veil water agreement, Tia Schenk selected for Freeride Junior World Championships, Between the Covers opens in new location, and Telluride Ski Resort opening day is Nov. 26.
Colorado voters decriminalize psilocybin, Telluride water and wastewater rates to increase again in 2023, Youth Center project budgeted for next year, and two Pinhead Lego robotics teams advance to state finals.
Some Election Day results, COVID and RSV cases increase statewide while COVID reporting goes from daily to weekly, and get ready for the KOTO Ski Swap.
Community Matters is a segment sponsored by Alpine Bank highlighting nonprofits in Telluride. This segment features Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club. TSSC is a local nonprofit teaching kids valuable life skills through winter sports.
Election Day is November 8, Lake Powell water managers ask to decrease water releases, police nab bike thief suspects, and apply for a Green Grant to reduce greenhouse emissions.