Montrose Mirror 2022:

June 27,2022
Mirror Issue 487

-Fellabaum Appointed Montrose County Coroner

-City of Montrose Honors Immigrant Heritage Month at June 20 Council Meeting

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

June 20,2022
Mirror Issue 486

-Re-1J Board of Education Asked to Intervene, Reinstate Accountability Committee as Required by State Law

-BOCC OK'S Jail Renovation Contract, Adopts New Zoning Regs

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

June 13,2022
Mirror Issue 485

-Grateful For Our First Responders, Including Public Works Crews

-Woodgate To Open By Mid-July, Ulibarri Hopeful for Improvements to North Park

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

June 13,2022
Mirror Issue 485

-Grateful For Our First Responders, Including Public Works Crews

-Woodgate To Open By Mid-July, Ulibarri Hopeful for Improvements to North Park

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

May 30,2022
Mirror Issue 483

-BOCC Votes to Approve County Hospital Transfer

-The Last Squad: A Special Memorial Day Tribute

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

May 23,2022
Mirror Issue 482

Welcome Home Alliance for Veterans Plans Busy Summer

-Construction to Start Soon on Fairfield, Officials Say

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

May 16,2022
Mirror Issue 481

-The Cost of Everything Keeps Going Up

-Re-1J Board of Education Adopts Opt-In Policy for Health Ed, Approves $815K Settlement for Roofing Litigation

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

May 9,2022
Mirror Issue 480

-Montrose County Approves Dog Ordinance

-Hospital Ownership a Hot Topic at BOCC Work Session

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

May 2,2022
Mirror Issue 479

-City of Montrose Builds 5K Mud Run Course by Chipeta Road, Montrose Muddler 5K Mud Run' Set for May 15

-Wayne Aspinall - Merly a Blonde Law Student?

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

April 25,2022
Mirror Issue 478

-Questions Remain After Explosion, Fire at Hartman Brothers

-DMEA, Guzman to Revise Permitting Process for Garnet Mesa Solar Project

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

 

April 18,2022
Mirror Issue 477

-"Joining Vista is One of the Best Things I Have Done for My Education"

-July Welcomes Patriotic Concert, Fun on the Fourth

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

 

April 11,2022
Mirror Issue 476

-City Approves Jimmers Liquor License Transfer, Purchase of Former Wells Fargo Building on Main for New City Hall

-BOCC Proclaims April Child Abuse Prevention Month, Approves DOCS for Airport Capital Construction

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

April 4,2022
Mirror Issue 475

-Plan Ahead for Safe Spring Burning

-Sellers Market Heats up with High Prices, Low Inventory

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

March 28,2022
Mirror Issue 474

-Two Years After, Still No Justice or Answers in 2020 Shooting of Unarmed Montrose Man

-Delayed by Cyber Attack, DMEA 2020 Form 990 Now Posted on Website

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

March 21,2022
Mirror Issue 473

-Citizens Ask County to Break Contract with Dominion Voting

-County Assessor Presents Base/Increment Revenue Calculations to MURA Board

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

March 14,2022
Mirror Issue 472

-RE1J Board of Education Recognizes State Wrestling Champ, Issues Statement on Public Input

-MEDC Welcomes More Than 200 to Annual Meeting at Pavilion

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

March 7,2022
Mirror Issue 471

-The Grove in Delta Opens Just in Time for Spring: Valley Fresh Menu, Garden Center Draw a Growing Crowd

-MHS Varsity Girls Ascent to No.1 @ Colorado State Climbing Competition

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

February 28,2022
Mirror Issue 470

-DMEA Institutes Best Practices for Financials

-BOCC Adopts New Commissioner Districts

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

February 21,2022
Mirror Issue 469

-City Extends Moratorium on Adult Gaming Arcades, Designates Nye Building a Historic Structure

-With Obvious Conflict of Interest, Drago Resigns From Hospital Board

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

February 14,2022
Mirror Issue 468

-Despite Concerns of Family, Police Close Zach Pace Case

-Ben Alexander Questions Transparency of RE1J Decisions

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

February 7,2022
Mirror Issue 467

-City of Montrose Approves Trattoria Di Sofia Small Business Expansion Project

-BOCC Rescinds Resolution of New Zoning Regs

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

January 31,2022
Mirror Issue 466

-RE1J Board of Education Approves New Mascots for MHS, Centennial Middle School

-Tuxedo Corn Spearheads Efforts to Help Families of Those Killed, Injured in Motor Vehicle Crash

-Regional News Briefs  . . .


January 24,2022
Mirror Issue 465

-Shelter Distilling Plans Unveiled at MURA Meeting

-Mimo's Granted Liquor License for Expansion to Second Location on North Townsend

-Regional News Briefs  . . .

January 17,2022
Mirror Issue 464

-Senior Citizens Ask MPD for Help With Crime

-Non-residents at San Juan Apts

-RE1J Board of Education Updates Committee Assignments . . .

January 10, 2022
Mirror Issue 463

-BOCC Proclaims Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

-City Contracts for North Connect Trail Restroom

-Regional News Briefs, and more . . .

January 3, 2022
Mirror Issue 462

-The News on Housing Shortages

-How You Can Help the Lighthouse Shelter and Shepherd's Hand

-Little Free Libraries in Montrose

-"Tintypes" comes to Magic Circle Stage. . .

Montrose Mirror 2021:

December 27, 2021
Mirror Issue 461

-Montrose Postmaster Advises Checking Your Mailbox Daily to Avoid Package Theft

-Ring in the New Year with Montrose Flair

-Like Rest of U.S. Montrose Sees Ongoing Shortage of Rental Cars

December 20,2021
Mirror Issue 460

-Montrose County Hear Annual Public Safety Sales Tax Report

-RE1J Board of Education Hears CDE Mill Levy Correction Presentation . . .

December 13,2021
Mirror Issue 459

-City of Montrose Takes Corrective Action After Audit Findings

-Council Looks at Supportive Housing Definition

-County Adopts 2022 Budget Featuring Airport Terminal Expansion . . .

December 6, 2021
Mirror Issue 458

-Solar Installation Along Hwy 50 Nears Completion

-DMEA Sidesteps Ransomware Question From Co-Op Member

-Fishering Named President as Re1J Board of Education Announces Board Election Results, Names New Officers

November 29,2021
Mirror Issue 457

-City of Montrose Attorney Stephen Alcorn Exits After Mid-Cycle Review

-Self-Advocacy, Research, Skepticism Advisable When It Comes to Adult Guardians or Conservatorships . . .

November 22,2021
Mirror Issue 456

-City Approves Stryker Land Swap, Hub at Montrose Crossing

-'We Want to Meet Every Need' Montrose County Devotes Resources to Fight Against COVID

-Montrose County Civic Awards Presented . . .

November 15, 2021
Mirror Issue 455

-DMEA and Elevate Experience Network Issues

-RE1J Board of Education Asks District to Pause Plan to Terminate Non-Compliant Staff

-Health & Wellness with Tracie Bearden . . .

November 8,2021
Mirror Issue 454

-Work Session Recording Captures Off-Record Ski Pass Request, Councilor Reed Recuses from Discussion of Stryker Land Exchange

-Thank You to All Veterans

-Johnson Elementary School Sees Turnover at the Top

November 1,2021
Mirror Issue 453

-City Acquires Former Bullock Power Plant, Looks at Grant Application

-DMEA Brings More Transparency to the Table

-Plan to Attend the West Slope Water Summit, November 16 . . .

October 25, 2021
Mirror Issue 452

-Hospital Rebrands as Montrose Health

-Bell, Bynum Push Back as MURA Board Tries to Hit Brakes on Spending

-Regional News Briefs . . .

October 18,2021
Mirror Issue 451

-RE1J Moves Forward with Mascot Replacement; Notes Lack of State Funding Despite Mandate

-County Manager Presents Recommended Budget for 2022

-Proposition 120 Ballot Language Confusing, Assessor Warns . . .

October 11,2021
Mirror Issue 450

-With Out-Of-Pocket Expenses to Date of $11,526,966, MURA Board Approves $1.1M Promissory Note with City

-Bocc Honors 4H Program, Approves Sub-grantee Agreement with MADA

-Regional News Briefs . . .