featured

Tucked into a cozy alley space just off of Pacific Avenue, Telluride Veterinary Clinic has been welcoming patrons and their pets since 2002 under the leadership of Allison Branson.

featured

For 12 years, Coffee Cowboy’s little green cart on Colorado Avenue has been emblematic of the community. In below-freezing temperatures, locals would gather around the patio for a cup of coffee and to share the latest town tea. Visitors come and snap photos of the cart covered in fresh snow …

featured
  • Updated

Let's start this story with a riddle: What do Mountain Village's Madeline Hotel & Residences, world-famous extreme athletes and wine have in common? Here's a hint: The Auberge Resorts Collection hotel will be hosting a group of such athletes, which also founded the company Revelshine Win…

featured

A great workout amid stunningly beautiful scenery.

featured

When Bertrand Marchal moved to Telluride in 1990 from the Alsace region of France, an area that borders Switzerland and Germany, he noticed no one was making crepes. In every ski resort in the Alps, he said, there are at least a couple of crepe places cooking up the sweet and savory delicacy…

featured

Since 1897, the Sawpit Mercantile store has been a Down Valley staple. Currently a retail shop, gas station and barbecue joint, the spot has also been a fly shop, tavern, restaurant and real estate office over the years.

featured

They’re here. Around 5,000 skiers are expected on the mountain Christmas weekend, according to Patrick Latcham, the VP of Sales and Marketing for Telski.

featured

The past 12 months have been busy, and productive, for Telluride Brewing Company. Other than celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2021, the local staple won another Great American Beer Festival medal for its Face Down Brown American Brown Ale in September, and recently announced the first-…

featured

“The weather outside is frightful, but the cold climate Air Source Heat Pump is so delightful.” EcoAction Partners, San Miguel Power Association (SMPA), and Tri-State Generation joined together for a series of webinars Wednesday to increase awareness about cold climate Air Source Heat Pumps …

featured
  • Updated

Telluride native Macy Pryor, owner of Crossbow Leather on Main Street, met Rebecca Adams several years ago when Adams became one of Pryor’s “first great customers.” Now the two are equal partners in a new retail venture called Rustler Supply, located on Main Street in the building formerly o…

featured
  • Updated

Telski hosted its second community meeting regarding its previously announced $102 million capital plan Tuesday night at the Telluride Conference Center in Mountain Village.

featured
  • Updated

Between the Covers, Telluride’s fiercely independent bookstore, established in 1974, has turned the page to begin a new chapter. Daiva Chesonis and Bobbi T. Smith, who have steered the beloved shop since 2010, handed the keys to 224 W. Colorado Ave. to new owners Jennifer and Brad Ball Nov. …

featured

Dr. Steve Smolen is a busy man. Between running his practice at the Animal Hospital of Telluride and cofounding the Telluride Humane Society a couple years ago, the Pittsburgh native is seemingly constantly caring for area pets and those in need of adoption, which he’s said is always a labor…

featured

Longtime locals George Kuckly and Jason Kibbe were drawn to Telluride for the same reasons many people are — the world-class skiing and snowboarding. They both found jobs that allowed them to pursue their passions, but neither of them imagined they’d one day become business owners. But that’…

featured
  • Updated

Since former CEO Karen Winkelmann resigned at the end of September, the Telluride Regional Medical Center Board of Directors has been conducting a search for her replacement.

featured

The Telluride community has always come together to exchange ski gear in preparation for winter during the off-season, whether that exchange happens at an event, like the KOTO Ski Swap, between friends, co-workers, or even a lucky find at the Free Box.

featured

If you’ve shopped at Clark’s Market the past two weeks, in addition to the looming animatronics Halloween man hung above the entryway, you’ve also noticed the new self-checkout machines.

featured

Damon Lobato, The Cosmopolitan’s new wine director, is a man of many tastes. While vino is his livelihood, he enjoys several other hobbies, including record collecting and woodworking in his free time. Thanks to his love of wine, he’s traveled the world, including a stint in Europe, but it w…

featured
  • Updated

During October, the Town of Telluride enters the fall offseason. This time gives businesses the chance to recuperate, restock and reset for the upcoming winter season, as many take a much-needed break. One of those businesses is the Coffee Cowboy.

View detailed reports of major stock indexes and look up specific symbols.