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).
Vaccine Day in San Miguel County—health care workers receive first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID vaccine, The Body Electric art show, town considers winter RV space in Town Park, coal generation, and Telluride Theatre's holiday show goes virtual.
Ski resort pandemic rules, Telluride Angel Baskets, COVID spike, and the Moab Monolith.
Sheriffs apprehend suspect, Cimarron Mountain Lodge sells out, Telluride Fire Festival happening Dec. 4-6, Lizard Head Pass gets remote-controlled avalanche mitigation, and Mountain Village affordable house lottery.
Election news: Holstrom and Cooper reelected, wolf reintroduction passes, Gallagher amendment repealed, Hickenlooper and Boebert headed to Congress. Valley Floor remediation project completed. And, your moment of Zen.
Fires on the Front Range and near Silverton, TSRC closes on the Depot, COVID-19 cases increase statewide, Ski PE cancelled.
Valley Floor project wrapping up early, County CORE mental health crisis response team, Mountain Village dining cabins, Seas of Trees program, and electronic waste recycling.
COVID testing using human waste, Telluride ski resort CEO steps down, Depot building to become temporary medical clinic for pandemic patients, stage one fire restrictions in place, Kanye and Kushner meet in Telluride.
Telluride extends its mask ordinance, real estate sales increase, UBI/COVAXX vaccine entering human trial phases, and Telluride Film Festival is cancelled.
Fishing licenses required in State Wildlife Areas, SCOTUS sides with Colorado on "faithless electors," COVID-19 numbers rise locally, and Ah Haa takes its annual art auction online.
Local news about increasing cases of COVID-19, Madani Ceus sentencing, primary election voting, and relaxed open container laws.
Telluride reopens Town Park campgrounds and pool, local Black Lives Matter protests, and gondola and common consumption areas open.
Ah Haa School for the Arts is producing "Maker Moments," free online classes during the pandemic. Here's a snippet of a DIY window painting project with Tara Carter.
Episode #4 of our Shelter In Place series features Telluride TV video editor and musician Tim Johnson, who participated in a social media exchange.
Episode 3 of the Shelter In Place series features local magician Ty Gallenbeck.
Local News Network Telluride presents the second episode in the mini-series featuring what people are doing during the stay-at-home order to entertain and help each other during the pandemic.
Local NEWS Network Telluride's Shelter In Place Series features Pinhead Institute
Local news updates on COVID-19 testing, financial assistance resources, school schedule, and more.
Reporting on quarantine and testing measures in Telluride and San Miguel County
Local news from Telluride: town hires new public health director and school superintendent, primary election results, death penalty abolished in Colorado, funding for search and rescue teams.
Local News from Telluride, Feb. 19, 2020: Regional transportation expansion pushed back, feral swine eradicated in the state, mental health legislation, and the 2020 Census.