In the opening chapter of his book, “Red Wind,” author Raymond Chandler writes, “There was a desert wind blowing that night. It was one of those hot dry Santa Anas that come down through the mountain passes and curl your hair and make your nerves jump and your skin itch. On nights like that …
Tucked against the base of the ridge that runs along the south side of the valley — just west of the Shandoka Apartments on Black Bear Road — The Boarding House is nearing completion, and by June 25 it will welcome its first tenants.
The San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC) organized another fun, yet thoughtful, event as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. On Monday, SMRC is hosting Sex Pub Trivia at 8:30 p.m. at the Cornerhouse. The nonprofit organization was established in 1993 to support victims of domestic violence …
The Market at Mountain Village may be approaching its expiration date. Telluride Mountain Village Owner’s Association (TMVOA), the market’s landlord since 2006, filed a lawsuit Wednesday, citing market owner Darin Hill for failure to follow requirements outlined in his amended lease from 201…
While your pooch may be eager to romp in the warm outdoors, watch out: Dogs are especially prone to insects, injuries and emergencies in summer.
A recent trip to Apotheca Integrative Pharmacy planted a seed of an idea in local Ashley Deppen’s mind — she wanted to open a flower shop in the store’s small space in the back.
Love initially brought Jim Harley to Telluride, but the Sawpit Mercantile — and barbecue — has helped keep him here.
There were 619 sales of real estate in San Miguel County in 2017 — the most since the pre-Recession year of 2007 — and the median value of a local home surged to $989,877. Yet 2018 hasn’t been nearly so bountiful for local Realtors. According to Telluride Consulting, which performs regular d…
Arts & Entertainment
School is almost out, and with it goes the need to do homework, and take tests, and make the grade. But that doesn’t mean students shy away from feeding their brains in the warming season. Indeed, many dig right back in.
What’s the definition of a true princess? What role should one’s family play in the life of a royal?
The author Roald Dahl had always written stories for adults. That is, until he found himself captivated by a cherry tree one day outside his home.
Back-to-back? Two state titles in a row? It’s possible.
Show time for Telluride and Norwood high school track athletes is just around the corner.
The Telluride High School girls soccer team is moving on and moving up. Likewise for the Ridgway girls squad.
Opinion/ Letter to the Editor
The western United States has the cleanest electric grid, according to electric power generation data published by the U.S. Electric Energy Administration (EIA) earlier this year. Hydroelectric, wind power and solar photovoltaic (PV) now generate about 42 of every 100 kilowatt hours in the West.