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Local Trauma Coordinator Tapped for Statewide Position

Feb 12th @ 8:57 am

Misty Sakala, RN, Delta County Memorial Hospital’s (DCMH) Trauma Nurse Coordinator in the Emergency Department was recently appointed to serve as a member of the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Designation Review Committee (DRG).  Sakala will represent the trauma III-V nurse coordinator on the state-wide DRG Committee. The Colorado Designation Review [...]

Do you know anyone who likes to help others?

Feb 12th @ 8:35 am

Do you know anyone who likes to help others? There are many businesses in our region that need help growing. They need solution oriented listeners to call on them to help create strategic plans to help them grow. Not only does this help their business but it also helps our local economy while allowing you [...]

Scott Armentrout, Heidi’s Deli Speaker This Wed

Feb 12th @ 8:03 am

Scott Armentrout, Supervisor of the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, Gunnison (GMUG) National Forests , will be our speaker this Wednesday, February 13. I expect he’ll be able to tell us about timber contracts (with our sawmill and others), the status of the beetle infestation, forest access, and water rights in the forests that make up so [...]

Put Lincoln On His Head

Feb 12th @ 7:38 am

As today is the birthday of President Abraham Lincoln, the Colorado State Patrol suggests that you don’t toss any pennies away next time you get change, as one of them could just save your life. Drivers who haven’t experienced that helpless feeling of losing control on a slick winter road yet this year may not [...]

Naturita Man Charged in West End Shooting

Feb 12th @ 7:28 am

Montrose, CO – Tryllen Richards, age 32, of Naturita, Colorado, is in the custody of Montrose County Sheriff’s Office charged with assault in the first degree, a class three felony, and felony menacing, a class five felony. Arrest affidavit was approved on Saturday, February 9. Richards will be formally advised once released from the hospital. There is no [...]


Feb 12th @ 7:25 am

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission yesterday gave final approval to the strongest rules in the country for limiting the impact of drilling near residences and other occupied buildings. The final approval by a vote of 8 to 1 follows the Commission’s preliminary vote to approve on January 9. The new rules will take [...]

Local News n Sports Feb 12 (audio)

Feb 12th @ 7:21 am

Local News n Sports

Montrose Downtown Interview with Scott Shine (audio)

Feb 11th @ 11:12 am

SCOTT SHINE INTERVIEW MONTROSE DDA For more information on Downtown Montrose, call 970-901-9667 or you can go to the website or look for downtown Montrose on Facebook.

Jim Branscome With Smart Recovery Interview (audio)

Feb 11th @ 10:36 am


New Dog Attack Details

Feb 11th @ 9:53 am

This story comes from KKCO TV-11 in Grand Junction and additional info comes from the Western Slope Watchdog Montrose City officials have released more detailed information about Dutch, a service dog accused of attacking a woman and sending her to the hospital.  Authorities say on November 14, 2012, Montrose Animal Control officers were notified they were [...]

Confusing Pot Ordinance in Delta Co.

Feb 11th @ 9:39 am

This story comes from the Western Slope Watchdog By Ron Bain Watchdog Editor DELTA – The Delta County commissioners, as they had predicted they would do in a legal notice, on Feb. 4 enacted an ordinance prohibiting retail marijuana stores, large-scale cultivation, and manufacturing, processing or testing facilities. Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana when [...]

Day of Resistance Feb 23

Feb 11th @ 9:30 am

This story comes from the Western Slope Watchdog Two Day of Resistance rallies have been scheduled at noon on Saturday, Feb. 23 in Grand Junction and Montrose.  The Grand Junction event will be held on the lawn of the old Mesa County Courthouse at 5th and Rood.  The Montrose rally will be held in [...]

Sheriff Dunlap: ‘I will stand up for your rights’

Feb 11th @ 9:22 am

This story appears in the Western Slope Watchdog Paper By Ron Bain Watchdog Editor MONTROSE – Montrose County Sheriff Rick Dunlap, already on record in support of the Second Amendment and the U.S. Constitution, made his strongest statement on the subject of gun control Thursday evening while speaking to the Tri-County 9-12 Project. “I [...]

Local News n Sports Feb 11 (audio)

Feb 11th @ 7:32 am

Local News n Sports

FBLA District Leadership Conference

Feb 10th @ 10:49 am

Montrose, CO – The Future Business Leaders of America Chapters from Montrose and Olathe High Schools traveled to Grand Junction on Monday, February 4 for the District Leadership Conference.  Montrose had 24 chapter members and Olathe had 22 chapter members competing in the District Leadership Conference.  Each school had 11 students that qualified to compete [...]

Dutch The Dog Info Not 100% Accurate

Feb 10th @ 10:39 am

Several internet sites are presenting information about a Montrose Animal Services vicious animal case involving Dutch, an American Allaunt canine.  Unfortunately, some of the information being circulated is either incomplete or incorrect. While city officials respect the rights of individuals to express their opinions in this matter, they also caution the public to consider details of [...]