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.
Occupancy rates are down but sales tax revenues are up, EPA cleanup of the Valley Floor nears completion, Eider-Mill Creek connector trail is open, and anonymous donor gifts a helicopter to San Miguel County emergency responders.
Two confirmed cases of Monkeypox in San Miguel County, CPW and Denver Zoo boosting boreal toad populations, monsoons and mudslides not enough to battle the drought, and Shakespeare in the Park this week.
Gov. Jared Polis visits San Miguel County, Mountain Village lawsuits file lawsuit against TMVOA, update on human remains found in Disappointment Valley, and the Sunset Concert Series returns on Wednesdays.
Human remains found in Disappointment Valley, Boebert and Frisch win District 3 primary, biologists in search of Yellowfin cutthroat trout believed to be extinct, and Women Unite float takes top honors at Fourth of July parade.
Fireworks are cancelled, Transfer Warehouse neighbor sues arts council and town, Telluride survey for Community Vision and Action Plan, and pedestrians versus cars.
Telluride schools get $10k grant for gender-neutral bathrooms, Bike Park and Canopy Tours open June 18, Exxon/Suncor petition Supreme Court about San Miguel County climate change lawsuit, and the 49th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival hits the stage this weekend.
Thousands of voters change registration ahead of June 28 primary, May real estate numbers down compared to 2021, gas prices hit record high, and the new skatepark is open for the summer.
Norwood man in custody for alleged bombing threats, County Search and Rescue teams respond to injury in upper Bear Creek, NOAA predicts a hot and dry summer for Colorado, and "The Holly" takes the Audience Choice Award at Mountainfilm.
More Bluegrass tickets will be available for locals, snow in the San Juans is melting faster, ski resort closes trails for Lift 9 replacement, and Mountainfilm kicks off summer festival season.
Local students lead women’s march, baby formula shortage hits the Western Slope, hydroelectric power supply for Tri-State Generation is diminished by drought, two Coloradans were among the first all-black team to summit Mt. Everest.
Town council upholds P&Z approval of Transfer Warehouse, officials work on fire mitigation and warn residents to plan, Kiera Skinner named executive director of Telluride Tourism Board, and USFS proposes management plan for via ferrata.
Local toy and gift store Zia Sun closes its doors, first U.S. case of avian flu in a human found in Montrose, forecasters issue large number of red flag fire warnings this spring, Colorado affirms abortion access, and Telluride Brewing nearly doubles its capacity.
County planning commission recommends rezoning Diamond Ranch for community housing, EPA finds contaminated soil from mining era near Lawson Hill, Tri-County Health to hold suicide prevention workshop, Telluride Mountain Club raised enough funding for new connector trail, and Coloradans to receive TABOR rebate.
Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club athletes compete at Nationals, "Forever Wild" to show on PBS, Town Council upholds Transfer Warehouse liquor license renewal, and puppy therapy for Mental Health Awareness month.
Telluride and San Miguel County to rezone 105 acres near airport for affordable housing, Colorado considers bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent, wildfire season has started already, and the ski season finale is this weekend.
Community shows support for school district, town council extends noise curfew, town reviews tourism board services, and Lift 9 to be replaced this summer.
Lake Powell hits critical low threshold, ski resort lifts stay open later for spring, Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club athletes excel, and the top five spots for a selfie on the mountain.
Scott Robson is Telluride's new town manager, Telluride Mountain Club to build new Eider-Mill Creek connector trail, sheriffs warn about dangerous fentanyl circulating in the region, and the gondola turns 25.
Outdoor seating on main street to continue in summer 2022, Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club sends nine alpine racers to championships, bear conflicts in Colorado decreased in 2021, and Helitrax launches new touring basecamp.
The Ride festival will stick to venues in town instead of Town Park, Colorado plans to accept tax payments in cryptocurrency, Norwood working on trails plan, and meet Pika, the new avy dog.
Green Dragon marijuana dispensary sues Town of Telluride, drought persists in San Miguel County despite snow in the forecast, federal judge rules against BLM over leases in Gunnison Sage-Grouse habitat, and Telluride AIDS Benefit fashion show and Comedy Fest hit the stage this week.
Indoor mask mandate lifted, Telluride Olympians compete in Beijing, Mountainfilm names guest director, and SMPA sends out dividend checks…from 1993.
Library visits increase, CDOT has a snowplow driver shortage, Uncompahgre Solar Co-op seeks new members, and we are getting six more weeks of winter according to Punxsutawney Phil.
Telluride's Lucas Foster, Hagen Kearney, and Gus Kenworthy are headed to the Beijing Olympics, San Miguel County extends its mask mandate through February, Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) fights for pro-choice legislation, and local Bobbi T. Smith navigates the icy alley with figure skates.