• Barbara Platts, No Holds Barbed

On the morning of Jan. 1, 2018, I woke up in an intoxicated stupor. I didn’t make the decision to try and stand up until around 10 a.m., which is pretty late for me. When basic functions became possible again — probably sometime around 11 a.m. — my boyfriend and I made ourselves some breakfa…

  • David Brankley, Being There

That’s it. Let’s slam the door on 2017. For many it was that deplorable year when “the worst president in history” took control of the White House, bringing with him a rogue’s gallery of department heads, advisers, sycophants and scoundrels. He expanded his Twitter following while increasing…

  • Allen Best, Guest Commentary

With the ground mostly brown just a few days before Christmas, some residents of Telluride gathered old skis and burned them in an offering to Ullr, in Norse mythology the god of snowshoes and some other items. The next day it snowed 4 inches at Telluride, the Daily Planet reported.

  • David Brankley, Being There

Donald Trump has promised many things. Among his promises, he believes he will revive industry to historic levels or perhaps the sort of growth we haven’t seen since the turn of this century. 

  • No Holds Barbed, By Barbara Platts

The time between Thanksgiving week and New Year’s Day has always been one of great celebration and exorbitantly high amounts of stress. From the loaded calorie meals to the shopping deals, everything is high intensity. 

  • David Brankley, Being There

At this point in my ride across the heartland, I’m a month in and already close to my objective on the East Coast. I’m well ahead of schedule. I can’t help congratulating myself on my good luck. I’m lucky to be alive. I’m lucky to have not been injured. I’m lucky to have good weather following me. 

  • Guest Commentary, 4Telluride Candidates

You might have seen our ad: “Our wealth is our people. Restore balance.”  That’s why each of us is running for Town Council. We want to put the community’s interests first. 

  • Seth Cagin, Guest commentary

Imagine an offer from a major landowner in the immediate Telluride region: Give us some high-end residential lots on our property beyond what the underlying zoning allows (more density), and in exchange, we’ll either build affordable-worker housing on another portion of the property, or we’l…

  • David Brankley, Being There

That’s it. Let’s slam the door on 2017. For many it was that deplorable year when “the worst president in history” took control of the White House, bringing with him a rogue’s gallery of department heads, advisers, sycophants and scoundrels. He expanded his Twitter following while increasing…

  • Allen Best, Guest Commentary

With the ground mostly brown just a few days before Christmas, some residents of Telluride gathered old skis and burned them in an offering to Ullr, in Norse mythology the god of snowshoes and some other items. The next day it snowed 4 inches at Telluride, the Daily Planet reported.

  • David Brankley, Being There

Donald Trump has promised many things. Among his promises, he believes he will revive industry to historic levels or perhaps the sort of growth we haven’t seen since the turn of this century. 

  • Sean McNamara, Doghouse

I knew I should never have bought that chicken.

  • No Holds Barbed, By Barbara Platts

The time between Thanksgiving week and New Year’s Day has always been one of great celebration and exorbitantly high amounts of stress. From the loaded calorie meals to the shopping deals, everything is high intensity. 

  • David Brankley, Being There

At this point in my ride across the heartland, I’m a month in and already close to my objective on the East Coast. I’m well ahead of schedule. I can’t help congratulating myself on my good luck. I’m lucky to be alive. I’m lucky to have not been injured. I’m lucky to have good weather following me. 

  • Guest Commentary, 4Telluride Candidates

You might have seen our ad: “Our wealth is our people. Restore balance.”  That’s why each of us is running for Town Council. We want to put the community’s interests first. 

  • Seth Cagin, Guest commentary

Imagine an offer from a major landowner in the immediate Telluride region: Give us some high-end residential lots on our property beyond what the underlying zoning allows (more density), and in exchange, we’ll either build affordable-worker housing on another portion of the property, or we’l…

  • Katie Klingsporn, Cottonwoods

When you live at 8,750 feet for a decade, you get used to certain things. A sleep routine that’s never quite sound. The ability to out-exercise your peers at sea level. A pitiful excuse for a garden.