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More co-ops pursuing exit from Tri-State

Two of the largest electric cooperatives in the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, frustrated in their negotiations with the power wholesaler, are asking the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to set

WESTERN SLOPE NEWS BRIEFS

GUNNISON - A mother and a friend. That’s how defense attorneys portrayed Stephanie Jackson during a sentencing hearing this past Friday that appears to have marked the final chapter in

Board member resigns suddenly

One week after the election, Ouray School District’s board vice president resigned. Nicole Skoloda’s letter of resignation to the board dated Nov. 12 doesn’t say much – and she hasn’t

Town, new manager agree to contract

Ridgway has a new town manager, now that a contract has been accepted by town councilors and signed by Preston Neill, the current assistant town manager of Avon who accepted

Hot Springs marketing garners award

Four years ago, a small group of southwestern Colorado marketing professionals saw an opportunity. Then-Ouray Tourism Office Executive Director Kat Papenbrock and Director of Industry, Media and Consumer Engagement Heidi