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Tue
24
Nov

RIDGWAY SCHOOLS: Dubroff begins first season as Lady Demons basketball coach

By Dalton Carver

dalton@ouraynews.com

For as long as Adam Dubroff can remember, basketball has been a part of his life.

Fri
20
Nov

OURAY COUNTY: BOCC plows through winter maintenance agreements

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

It's beginning to look a lot like winter in Ouray County. Inches upon inches of snow have buried streets indicating that it's time for the Board of County Commissioners to once again sign off on winter maintenance agreements for county roads.

Fri
20
Nov

RIDGWAY SCHOOLS: ‘Sports n’ Shorts 2’ hopes to create comedy sports league

By Dalton Carver
dalton@ouraynews.com

Laughing hysterically is the name of the game in Ridgway Secondary School theatre department’s upcoming presentation of ‘Comedy Sports n’ Shorts 2: Scenes from the School’ on Dec. 7.  

Thu
19
Nov

CITY OF OURAY: Planning a counter attack on dead

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

As the seasons pass, the sight of the forests surrounding Ouray becomes more and more unsettling. The voracious appetite of the fir engraver beetle continues to wreak havoc on the once lusciously green landscape, leaving behind the withered brown leaves of dead trees.

Thu
19
Nov

RIDGWAY: Small daycares categorized as accessory use to residence

By Dalton Carver

dalton@ouraynew.com

Daycare categorization and regulation, a subject that was previously discussed at a town planning commission session Oct. 27, was moved into action as the first ordinance of the year at the Nov. 11 Ridgway Town Council meeting.

Thu
19
Nov

RIDGWAY SCHOOLS: Thomas, Taplin appointed to Ridgway School Board

By Dalton Carver

dalton@ouraynews.com

The Ridgway Board of Education appointed two new members after a question and answer session with four candidates Tuesday evening.

Mon
16
Nov

TOWN OF RIDGWAY Raptors take gold in Grand Junction soccer tournament

By Dalton Carver

dalton@ouraynews.com

Coach Jason Brown and the U-10 Ridgway Raptors soccer team walked away from the Grand Junction Sports Authority CSA Tournament with gold last weekend.


Starting off in a recreation league, this is the first season that the Raptors have been together. They worked their way through some friendlies against some traveling teams and eventually landed them at last week’s tournament.
“We didn’t actually even start being a traveling team until halfway through the season,” said Brown. “The expectations for next season are way higher than they were to start this one, for sure.”
The Raptors’ first game against Vail Valley was...

 

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Fri
13
Nov

OURAY COUNTY: Acme set to open in Colona

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

The quiet community of Colona is going green as Acme Healing Center has secured approval from the Board of County Commissioners to open a retail marijuana dispensary.

Fri
13
Nov

RIDGWAY SCHOOLS Lady Demons drop regional championship to Paonia

By Dalton Carver
dalton@ouraynews.com
Coming into the regional volleyball tournament with an impressive record of 21-1, the Lady Demons added tallies to both the win and loss columns last Saturday afternoon.


The Ridgway Lady Demon volleyball team lost only their second game of the season to the Paonia Eagles (21-4) last Saturday, 3-1.
Unfortunately, this loss came at the critical juncture of the regional tournament championship, resulting in Ridgway taking second place on their own court to the Eagles.
Backed by an enthusiastic home crowd, Ridgway handily defeated the Ignacio Bobcats (15-9) in the first round of the tournament in three straight sets to reach the championship game against Paonia.
The Bobcats didn’t score over 20 points in any of the three sets they dropped to the Demons.
 

Thu
12
Nov

OURAY COUNTY: City and county hold on additional mag alternative testing

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

County Road 24 will be the only guinea pig in the test for a magnesium chloride alternative this winter, as last minute demands have forced the city to hold off on a proposal from the Massard Trust last month.

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