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Tue
04
Nov

OURAY COUNTY Tisdel elected to BOCC


Ben Tisdel has been elected to the Board of Ouray County Commissioners. Courtesy photo

Independent candidate Ben Tisdel has been elected to the Board of Ouray County Commissioners.

Tisdel received 55.2 percent of the vote.

Other Ouray County highest vote total winners include:

Colorado Governor:  John Hickenlooper, 53.6 percent;

U.S. Senate:  Mark Udall, 50.45 percent;

U.S. Representative:  Scott Tipton, 50.04 percent;

Colorado House District 59:  Mike McLachlan, 51.92 percent.

 

City of Ouray ballot issues:

Retail Marijuana in Ouray:  No, 55.74 percent;

de-Brucing of Property Tax:  Yes, 51.94 percent;

Ouray School: Yes, 72.86 percent

 

 

 

See the Nov. 6 edition of the Plaindealer for a complete list of vote totals.

Mon
03
Nov

RIDGWAY SCHOOLS Volleyball headed to state tournament

By Bill Tiedje
bill@ouraynews.com

The Ridgway Demons volleyball squad has earned a wild card spot to the state volleyball tournament on Nov. 7 and 8 in the Denver Coliseum.
Ridgway is the seventh seed in Class 2A.
On Friday, Ridgway will face second ranked Resurrection Christian.
The Demons will then play 11th ranked Sargent on Saturday.
For a complete tournament schedule, visit http://chsaanow.com/2014-11-03/2a-volleyball-state-tournament-bracket-2014/

Mon
03
Nov

CITY OF OURAY: Supporters and opponents participate in OHV work session

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

One of Ouray's great debates continued this week, as city council hosted a work session on Monday regarding OHVs.

Mon
03
Nov

OURAY COUNTY PLAINDEALER Many foreclosures in the county subject to AG's litigation

By BIll TIedje
bill@ouraynews.com

Thirty-four foreclosure notices in Ouray County in the past three years were handled by foreclosure law firms Aronowitz and Mecklenburg and the Castle Law Firm, which the Colorado Attorney General has alleged unlawfully exploited the foreclosure process by misrepresenting and inflating the costs they incurred for foreclosure-related services.

Sat
01
Nov

RIDGWAY SCHOOLS Demons play hard with wild card hopes


(Left to right) Ara Norwood, Hunter Gentry and Danielle McKelvey watch as the Demon's scoring hit crosses the net in Ridgway's match versus Paonia in the 2A regional volleyball tournament on Nov. 1. Plaindealer photo by Bill Tiedje
By Bill Tiedje
 
With a strong showing Saturday morning, the Ridgway Demons volleyball squad defeated Meeker in three sets but fell to Paonia in the regional tournament.
Fri
31
Oct

OURAY COUNTY OCPC votes against expansion of VIR roads


Ouray County Planning Commission Chair Randy Parker discusses the format of the meeting during a public hearing on Land Use Code: Section 9, Visual Impact Regulations. Plaindealer photo by Bill Tiedje
By Bill Tiedje
 
In a public hearing Thursday night, the Ouray County Planning Commission voted four to one to approve the changes to Visual Impact Regulations made by the Board of Ouray County Commissioners, with their recommendations, but did not support adding any additional roads to corridors subject to the regulations.
Fri
31
Oct

OURAY SCHOOL: Hellman receives McGuffey Award

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

Each year, the Colorado Association of School Boards recognizes the outstanding commitment and service of select board members throughout the state. This year, Ouray School Board president Jerry Hellman was an honored recipient of CASB's McGuffey Award.

Fri
31
Oct

OURAY COUNTY New campsites constructed at TOP


New campsites at Top of the Pines feature picnic tables, level tent pads and direct views of the Sneffels Range. Plaindealer photo by Bill Tiedje

By Bill Tiedje
bill@ouraynews.com

Earlier this month, a seven person crew completed construction of nine campsites, including tent sites, picnic tables and fire pits, at Top of the Pines, an open space preserve located five miles southwest of Ridgway.

Thu
30
Oct

OURAY COUNTY: BOCC to monitor potential conflicts on RAT trails

By Sheridan Block
sheridan@ouraynews.com

The county is looking at a preemptive approach to avoid potential conflicts with users on the Ridgway Area Trails system near County Road 10.

Thu
30
Oct

TOWN OF RIDGWAY Strong retiring, new pastor chosen


Rev. Harry Strong. Courtesy photo

By Bill Tiedje
bill@ouraynews.com

After three years as pastor of United Church of the San Juans, Rev. Harry Strong will retire in November, handing over his role to Leslie Wood of Colorado Springs.

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