Daily Newscasts

May 25, 2017

– Sheridan Arts Foundation issues plea for roof replacement donations
– Longtime town staffer signs off
– TAB announces most recent round of giving amount
May 24, 2017

– Ouray Hot Springs Pool set for partial opening Saturday
– Commissioners approve transportation management plan
– An Arkansas River climate change report
May 22, 2017

– Conference explores past and future of mining and reclamation
– Sunset Concert Series line up announced
– Ten candidates vie for Mountain Village council seats
May 18, 2017

– What to do about the “dog doo” dilemma
– Forest Service seeks comments on Telski projects
– Mountain Village announces environmental incentives for residents
May 17, 2017

– Lit Fest peels off the layers
– Winter sales tax collections continue to grow
– SMPA seeks increase in renewables cap
May 15, 2017

– Grow a spine! Check out new bookbinding exhibit at the Ah Haa School
– Teletherapy introduced at local schools
– A Capitol Conversation about the completed legislative session
May 11, 2017

– Public will have chance to see potential Transfer Warehouse designs
– Kenworthy nominated for U.S. Freeski Team
– Colorado annual legislative session wraps up
May 10, 2017

– Norwood Raw Water System sees major funding
– Mountain Village gears up for election
– SMART Board to meet Thursday
May 8, 2017

– An update on new coalition that supports local youth
– Fischer Poetry Prize winner announced
– Town Council to hear updates on diverse slate of topics Tuesday
May 4, 2017

– A plea for housing
– SMPA announces scholarships
– Hickenlooper calls for review of oil and gas wells in wake of home explosion
May 3, 2017

– Greenlights is back, and other Eco Action news
– Macy Gray to perform private concert for Jazz Patron passholders
– Dolores River to see closures next week
May 1, 2017

– Dump truck rollover causes traffic delays
– Local club organizes race for clean water
– Forest Service continues beetle infestation mitigation
April 27, 2017

– Norwood Community Garden gets grant for raw water tap
– Purgatory offers free skiing this weekend
– SMPA board candidates announced
April 26, 2017

– Telluride Music Company under new ownership
– Blues & Brews announced additional artists
– Trump calls for review of national monument designations
April 20, 2017

– Talking Gourds features Fruita poet
– Help craft a vision for Alta Lakes area
– Interview with author of “Life and Death Along the Colorado River”
April 19, 2017

– Local group gears up for next day of action
– CPW is being sued over predator control plan
– Hazardous and electronic waste event coming up
April 17, 2017

– Construction commences on reliability project
– Memorial planned for Gina Pace
– Council to discuss drones, public art and parking 
April 13, 2017

– Gina Pace, remembered
– SMART board continues to roll out foundational details
– Olympians to get in-state tuition in Colorado
April 12, 2017

– Crash claims life of local woman
– Library renovations are underway
– Red Mountain Pass closed Thursday for target practice
April 10, 2017

– SMART board convenes Thursday
– An update on Down Valley construction project
– Democratic House passes state budget
April 6, 2017

– On your mark! Box Canyon Running gears up for the season
– ICE conducts major sweep in Colorado
– Legislators have tough bills to dissect in coming months
April 5, 2017

– Bill would eliminate “check history” box on job apps
– Durango 12th wealthiest small town in the U.S.
– Outage affects almost 400 down Valley
April 3, 2017

– Uphill access opens Saturday
– Check out Colorado at the library
– What’s open for off season?
April 1, 2017

– Jim Looney decides he doesn’t want to go to Ireland after all
– Cory Gardner’s absence explained
– An update with Art Goodtimes at his Baja artichoke farm
March 30, 2017

– Jazz Fest lineup announced
– Down Valley road construction project starts Monday
– Ski Resort season ends with a bang
March 28, 2017

-TSRC Behind Schedule On New Facility
-Marshal’s Department Offers Annual Report
-Colorado Waters Under Threat
March 27, 2017

– Telluride Arts Announces Transfer Warehouse Design Finalists
– Area’s Youngest Invetors May Have Interest In New Summer Camp
– CPW Needs Help With Fishing Study
March 24, 2017

– Local producer talks feature film about end of Appolo era
– Extreme mountain race raises funds for avalanche education
– Capitol Conversation focuses on transportation bill
March 23, 2017

– Blues & Brews Brings Bonnie Back
– Local Dog Breeder Appears In Court
– Bill Zeros In On Medical Marijuana Plants
March 22, 2017

-Local Artists Get A Financial Boost
-Marijuana Money Goes Toward Substance Abuse Prevention
-State Senate Passes Self Driving Vehicle Bill
March 21, 2017

-Officials Share Concerns With Lt. Gov During Visit To Telluride
-Local Dog Boarder Faces Felony Animal Cruelty Charge
-Boating Season Is Upon Us
March 20, 2017

– Proposal Would Protect Colorado Renters
– Snowpack Forecast Is Robust
– Colorado’s Budget Shortfall Could Mean Tough Choices For Lawmakers
March 17, 2017

-Mountain Village Attorney Talks VCA Confusion
-CPR For The Mind: Upcoming Training Focuses On Mental Health First Aid
-State Officials Aim To Crack Down On Distracted Drivers
March 16, 2017

-Renewable Solutions Explored
-Will The Real Rick Ross Please Stand Up?
-Summer Flights Fly Forward In Western Colorado
March 15, 2017

– County Road Debate Continues
– Purgatory Ski Resort Extends Season
– Daffodil Days In Full Bloom
March 14, 2017

-Fifty Thousand Dollar Innovation Prize Up For Grabs Wednesday
-Squirts Squeak In A State Championship
-Statehouse Approves Birth Certificate Modernization Act
March 13, 2017

– A rundown of lower board meetings this week
– Remains identified as those of Nucla man
– New marijuana grow bill clears the state house
March 10, 2017

– Daughter of woman detained by ICE talks new reality
– String Cheese to play pop-up show
-Lawmakers introduce transportation measure
March 9, 2017

-Area Startups Include “Air B&B For Vans” & Voice Activated Web Design
-Filmmaker With Telluride Ties To Screen “Transformative” Project
-Public Input Wanted With Meadows Plan

March 8, 2017

-Community Organization Raising Awareness In Wake Of ICE Detainment
-SMART Board Gathers Thursday
-Unidentified Flying Object Likely Military Aircraft

March 7, 2017

-No Need To Drone On: Council Talks Unmanned Aircraft Regs
-New Housing Matrix Gets Feedback
-Ridgway Workshop To Teach Bear Hunting: 101
March 6, 2017

– Motorcycle Crash Leads Rescuers On Overnight Mission
– Museum Reflects On 2016
– Tabor Talk: Effort Underway To Save Millions For Coloradans
March 3, 2017

– Backcountry Blowout Raises Concerns
– Cancer Rates Decrease in Colorado Ski Country
– Snow Totals & Avi Summary for February
March 2, 2017

– HARC Hearing On SMPA Lot Draws A Crowd
– Town’s Housing Matrix Gets A Makeover
– More Trouble In Bear Creek Backcountry
March 1, 2017

– Local Man Survives Bear Creek Avalanche
– KKK Targets Western Slope For Recruitment
– Nearby Ski Resort Voluntarily Shuts Down After Inspection

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