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.
Early voting is open in San Miguel County, Telluride Middle/High School addresses substance use, Public Health adds more vaccine clinics, and don't miss the annual KOTO Halloween Bash.
Mountain Trip acquires Ridgway's Peak Guides, San Miguel County to update its east end master plan, gondola closed for regular maintenance, and flu shots and COVID boosters available at Halloween Health Fair.
Telluride Ski Resort is replacing Lift 9 with a new, high-speed quad chairlift. Here's an update on their progress. The new Lift 9 is scheduled to open around the holiday season.
San Miguel County Search and Rescue conducts two successful missions, Colorado State Outdoor Recreation grants $90k to Telluride avalanche educators, decriminalizing psilocybin on the Colorado ballot, and Telluride Horror Show is this weekend.
National corporations spend $8 million on alcohol-related ballot issues in Colorado, Telluride Foundation names Volunteers of the Year, Telluride precipitation is 83% of normal during the previous water year, and this weekend is the inaugural Telluride Gravel Race.
Alpine Bank presents Community Matters, celebrating local nonprofits. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and in this segment we honor the San Miguel Resource Center.
Hilaree Nelson dies after fall on Manaslu in Nepal, Telluride Science to host community gathering at the Depot, ski patrol union negotiations for 2022-23 season stall, and Original Thinkers festival is this weekend.
Suicide prevention event this weekend, Cindy Wyszynski named president of Colorado Elks, CPW to test deer for chronic wasting disease this season, Trout Lake Road is closed, and check out the Telluride Autumn Classic.
Cell and internet disruption caused by fiber line cut in Ridgway, Colorado voters to consider Proposition FF for free school lunches for all students, Mountain Village town council approves Four Seasons PUD, and Telluride Blues and Brews Festival to livestream music and interviews.
Local Nordic and cross country track coach Wayne Clark took third place in the prestigious Grand Traverse Triple Crown. The event is a 40-mile race between Aspen and Crested Butte, over the Elk Mountain range, with an elevation gain of more than 6,000 feet. Triple Crown participants like Clark completed the course three times: on skis last winter, and running and by bike this September. Congrats, Wayne!
County to offer vaccine boosters to protect against Omicron variants, Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters to properly identify elk and moose, Imogene Pass to be closed Sept. 10 for the annual race, and stay informed on town issues at EngageTelluride.org.
E Bikes are prohibited on most local trails, health care workers are eligible for free education in Colorado, survey results released at "Community Visioning" open house, and Telluride Film Festival hits the screens this weekend.
Racers took on the grueling 13, 24, and 40 mile courses in the Telluride Mountain Run on Saturday, August 27. The first place finishers in the 40-mile category were (male) Michael Wirth and (female) Lindsey Anderson. Congrats to all the finishers!
Town Council looks to streamline Historic and Architectural Review Commission (HARC) process, Bureau of Reclamation mandates reductions in water use in Colorado River Basin, San Miguel County conducts feasibility study of new Down Valley connector trail, and Telluride Mountain Run is this weekend.
Mudslides and rockslides close Black Bear Pass and Bridal Veil Road, Colorado teachers are being priced out of the housing market, Telluride Top Chef of 2022 awarded to Jeff Donaldson (and sous chef Brian Batten), and Telluride Mushroom Festival is this weekend.
Egnar man arrested in alleged shooting, Senate passes climate, health, and tax bill with $4 billion for cutting water use in the Colorado River basin, winter flight schedule for Telluride is announced, and Telluride Jazz Festival hits the stage this weekend.
Shooting suspect Brian Aitken to be arraigned this week, San Miguel County establishes its largest conservation easement yet, SAR helicopter used to locate injured hiker, and riding the local bus is free through August. CORRECTION: Aitken waived his right to a preliminary hearing during his Aug. 5 court appearance and his arraignment is scheduled for Oct. 27.