By Bill Tiedje bill@ouraynews.com On Monday, the town of Ridgway learned it will receive a $500,000 grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for the town's recently voter-approved $2 million infrastructure bond question. The total bond amount will now be issued for $1.4... + continue reading
By Bill Tiedje bill@ouraynews.com Last Wednesday, the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board awarded $100,000 to Ridgway Schools for renovation of the elementary school playground. Funded by GOCO's School Play Yard Initiative, playground improvements will include a new recreation... + continue reading
Citizen Margaret Henderson talks with Police Chief Justin Perry and Officer Justin Crandall
By Sheridan Block sheridan@ouraynews.com Ouray’s year-long police department overhaul continues to make progress as the department looks to implement its new “community policing” program. According to Police Chief Justin Perry, community policing is a “policing... + continue reading
by Bill Tiedje On overcast, cloudy spring days in southwest Colorado, the lull of terrestrial life is suddenly contrasted by the awakening of the region's fishing spots. Beneath the surface, trout species respond to warmer temperatures and increased stream flows to... + continue reading
by Bill Tiedje   Ridgway voters strongly approved the town entering into a $1.9 million ballot question for the Streetscape Downtown infrastructure project in the municipal election on Apr. 1.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
Citizen Margaret Henderson talks with Police Chief Justin Perry and Officer Justin Crandall

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By Sheridan Block sheridan@ouraynews.com In a unanimous decision the District Assembly nominated J Paul Brown as the Republican candidate for the upcoming election for state representative in House District 59. Delegates from the district’s six counties — Ouray, Gunnison,... + continue reading
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By Sheridan Block sheridan@ouraynews.com Cannabis consumers and activists have much to celebrate this Sunday, April 20, as the infamous pot smokers' holiday will be the first in the era of legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado. To celebrate the historic occasion, the first annual... + continue reading

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04/16/2014
By Bill Tiedje bill@ouraynews.com On Monday, the town of Ridgway learned it will receive a $500,000 grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for the town's recently voter-approved $2 million infrastructure bond question. The total bond amount will now be issued for $1.4... + continue reading
04/16/2014
By Bill Tiedje bill@ouraynews.com Last Wednesday, the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board awarded $100,000 to Ridgway Schools for renovation of the elementary school playground. Funded by GOCO's School Play Yard Initiative, playground improvements will include a new recreation... + continue reading
Citizen Margaret Henderson talks with Police Chief Justin Perry and Officer Justin Crandall
04/16/2014
By Sheridan Block sheridan@ouraynews.com Ouray’s year-long police department overhaul continues to make progress as the department looks to implement its new “community policing” program. According to Police Chief Justin Perry, community policing is a “policing... + continue reading
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Dear Editor, I can understand why you might have supported the Affordable Care Act. You liked what Obama told you. In speech after speech across the nation, to the applause and exhortations of... + continue reading

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