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The San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) is continuing to work on and assess accessibility for elderly and disabled riders.

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The Coffee Cowboy cart has been given a new life at the Oak Street gondola plaza. The Cowboy, owned by Hailey Arnold and Scott Keating, opened at its new location last week. For the last 15 years, the green cart has been a staple on Colorado Avenue in the courtyard between La Cocina and the …

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After two years of planning during COVID, RESET Telluride, a private, ultra-luxury wellness and trekking retreat, launched May 1. Housed on the third floor of the Madeline Hotel, the retreat combines the healing power of nature with high-altitude training and trekking for whole-body wellness…

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Not too long after she moved here 30 years ago, Kathleen Morgan found a sewing machine in the Free Box and took it home.

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In 2009, Brachle and her husband, Andrew, discovered the building at 137 Society Drive was empty. Previously used by a roofing company, the 4,000-square-foot space was big and open. With 25-foot ceilings, it would also give gymnasts plenty of room to practice safely on the bars. The Brachles…

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Home of Gondogola is moving down Colorado Avenue and has a new name, WOOF. Like most locals who rent, the gallery has had many homes in Telluride, so this isn’t the first move. Fourteen years ago, owner and artist Mary Kenez set up shop in what is now the Telluride Music Company space. The g…

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The spirit of entrepreneurship runs deep in Telluride, from L.L. Nunn’s financing of the world’s first AC plant to power the Gold King Mine to Joseph Zoline’s transformation of the area into a world-class ski resort. Through an innovative program at the Telluride High School (THS), students …

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Neighbors dismayed about a recent Telluride Planning & Zoning Commission ruling on the ultimate design of the Transfer Warehouse have taken a legal appeal of that board’s March decision to Telluride Town Council. The amendment to the planned unit development would allow for a redesign of…

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What better time to anticipate the return of a cherished rite of summer — the sale of fresh foods, artisanal creations and the sounds of live music on sun-splashed Heritage Plaza — than on a blustery spring day?

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Telluride CrossFit will have a new location next year right up the hill where athletes can sweat and workout. Telluride CrossFit Owner and Coach Robin Jones purchased land in Lawson Hill and plans to build a new building with a 2,000-square-foot gym space this fall. Ideally, Jones explained …

Forbes Travel Guide — the only global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants and spas — recently announced its 2022 Star Awards, and the Madeline Hotel & Residences in Mountain Village received a Five-Star designation, the highest Forbes Travel Guide rating possible. The Auberge Re…

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After nearly 30 years as Telluride’s Main Street toy store, Zia Sun is closing. The abrupt end to the eclectic gift shop that sells everything from classic board games to gag gifts comes after the landlord gave the current owners — Christine and Paul Reich, who’ve owned and operated it for t…

Lucchese recently announced its second brick-and-mortar store in Colorado and first in a ski destination town, as the brand’s Telluride store opened in March at the Madeline Hotel and Residences, a Forbes Recommended ski-in/ski-out resort at 568 Mountain Village Blvd. in Mountain Village.

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The quiet that is spring offseason has settled over the east end of San Miguel County. The ski resort has sung its 2021-22 aria, the schools are on a two-week spring break, and those closures have cued an exodus. In a rhythm as regular as sunrise, a host of eateries have closed, leaving thos…

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Today at 4 p.m., the lifts at the Telluride Ski Resort carrying skiers upslope will close for the final time this 2021-22 winter season. Seasonal workers will pack up some of the rooms at Big Billie's, restaurant workers can take a breath, with some staying to dog-sit, while others will head…

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This summer, say kon’nichiwa, or hello, to Kazahana.

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The days are growing longer and warmer, a sure sign that ski season is drawing to a close. By all accounts, it was a successful winter tourism season with consistent visitor numbers. Getting people to Telluride isn’t a problem; rather, it’s retaining workers who struggle with housing and the…

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After a year of construction, Alchemy Salon, located on the ground level of the Cimarron Plaza at the base of Lift 7, is open for business. For years, owner McKenzy Brown scoured the real estate landscape across town in hopes of making her dream come true: To own and operate her own hair salon.

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Two Telluride restaurants — La Cocina de Luz and the Butcher and the Baker — have joined an effort to remove carbon from the atmosphere and restore healthy soil to Colorado farms. The movement, Restore Colorado, a table-to-farm movement, is from the non-profit Zero Foodprint (ZFP).

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