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By Justin Criado, Telluride Daily Planet

While season passes have been on sale, Telski announced the lift ticket prices for the upcoming 2020-21 ski season this week, which will be available for purchase online at tellurideskiresort.com beginning Oct. 8. 

Early season prices, which are effective Opening Day Nov. 26 through Dec. 15, are $140 for adults, $71 for children ages 6-12 and $104 for seniors ages 65-79. Regular season prices from Dec. 16 to Closing Day April 4 are $169, $96 and $147, respectively. The resort anticipates hosting the annual Donation Day Nov. 25, which benefits the Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club, snow conditions and COVID-19 restrictions permitting. 

All lift tickets and ski school products must be purchased in advance

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Monday was the first day of school, but this year the walls of the classrooms for the first day back were groves of trees, the ceiling a warm blue sky. Given the difficulties of sending students back to school amidst a catastrophic pandemic, only students up to fifth grade are attending school in person, while the upper grades began the school year remotely. However, thanks to the efforts of the teachers of the outdoor education team — Erin Murray, Sue Herir and Megan Wise, with the support of principal Sheree Lynn — the students of Telluride Intermediate School got to head outside for a back-to-school day in nature.

While spending more time outside with students is partly a strategy to lower the risk of spreading the coronavirus, fourth grade teacher

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(August 25, 2020) – San Miguel County, CO --- Public Health has confirmed zero new positive cases from test results received August 22 – 25, keeping the total case count at 89 with zero active cases.

With Labor Day approaching, and schools returning to some level of in-person learning countywide, Public Health urges the community to continue moving forward with COVID-conscious behaviors.

“The incredible efforts made by each individual in our community have been effective in slowing the spread of the virus,” said Public Health Director Grace Franklin. “It is, however, still present in San Miguel County. This reduction in cases gives us reason to celebrate, but should not give us a false sense of security, as complacency will impede progress. I’m

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706 Wilson Way, Gray Head, Telluride, CO

4 Bedrooms | 5 Baths | 7,900 SF | 35 Acres

Flex Room | Office | 2 Wood-Burning Fireplaces | Wine Room | 3 Car Garage | Hot Tub

At the base of Whipple and Hawn Mountains, lies an extraordinary home that captures the heart and soul of Telluride's broad vistas. Wonderfully sited, 706 Wilson Way is barely visible until the front entry beckons you to what awaits inside. Massive glass brings the outdoors in while inspiring architecture and warm tones soothe your spirit. Comprising 4 bedrooms, 5 baths and 3 half baths with a flex room, the home is ideal for one or two families seeking escape into nature. Located in the highly desirable Gray Head Subdivision with a plethora of common benefits, the property

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July 23, 2020

I hope you are enjoying your summer in good health while continuing to adjust to our new normal.

These last few weeks have been challenging for all of us as we’ve seen our caseloads climb, and watched COVID continue to spread rapidly through cities and towns across our country. My primary challenge is to do the right thing as your Public Health Director, a job that I take very seriously.

Over the last five months, I have experienced what it truly means to be in this together. I am in regular communication with our Medical Officer, Dr. Sharon Grundy, our Board of Health, multiple, credible infectious disease experts, as well as our community businesses and citizens. It is my responsibility to gather and interpret data and

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Browsing local history will be by appointment only

  • By Suzanne Cheavens, Associate Editor
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  • Jun 23, 2020

The solid stone building at the top of North Fir Street has seen it all, from floods to fires, mining catastrophes and strikes, births and deaths — it was once a hospital, after all — scads of giddy skiers and all the small triumphs and heartbreaks of life in a remote mountain town. And, when it comes to rampant virus outbreaks, the current COVID-19 pandemic is not the building’s first. But, when it comes to accepting visitors again after a lengthy shutdown, there is no how-to manual, according to Kiernan Lannon, executive director of the Telluride Historical Museum (THM). The beloved institution is reopening July 1, by appointment

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We encourage everyone to stay safe and practice all protocols that maintain best health practices. If you are interested in traveling by air, we'd like to share with you the most current updates for summer travel.

The Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) is the primary airport for Telluride, and is a scenic 65 miles away. During the winter months, guests can take advantage of nonstop flights from 11 major hubs, and summer offers nonstop service from 5 major U.S. cities. Several transportation companies provide service from Telluride to Montrose. Rental cars are also available at the Montrose Airport, but we recommend the ground transportation option as once you arrive in Telluride a car is unnecessary.

New jet service to the Telluride Regional

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The new issue of Truly Telluride is live!

Flip through the glossy pages to find ski-in/out condos and homes with grand mountain views and sumptuous amenities, historic Victorian residences, luxury developments, and ranches with some of the most profound views in the west, and arguably the world. Get a titillating taste of the Telluride lifestyle with Truly Telluride's exclusive features and articles: Local marketplace of goods from food to fashion / Trending interior design elements / Slate Gray Gallery - accent on the heart part of art / Mountainfilm - helping to create a better world / Mountain Modern Lifestyle - premier location and luxe modern design. Click here to explore the page of Truly Telluride!

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133 Victoria Drive

Offered at $6,995,000 - PENDING

Elegance and privacy in an unparalleled setting define this impressive home in Mountain Village. Capturing dramatic views of the Sneffels Range and overlooking the pond on the 16th green with ski-out access, this elegant 7 bedroom, 10 bath residence leaves no stone unturned. Ceiling to floor windows in the great room bring the stunning outdoors in. Uniquely styled bedrooms, each with a bath, warmly accommodate family & guests. The recently remodeled kitchen, Sherle Wagner bathroom fixtures, walnut floors and mature landscaping add an element of sophistication unmatched in today's marketplace. The home is being offered completely ''turn key.'' Other recent upgrades include new stairwell railings,…
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