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News

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More than the Black Lives Matter movement, a state law prompted by prote

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60,000 rolls of toilet paper.

Sports

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GHS Cross Country — A season that already was one for t

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Opposing teams might want to start watching film on the Gunnison Middle School (GMS) seventh grade football team as they rolled yet another opponent. On Saturday, Oct. 17, GMS traveled to Delta to take on the Meeker Cowboys. The Mustangs came ready to play on both sides of the ball, coming away with a 38-0 shutout victory. GMS will be home for the final time this season today, taking on Delta White at 3 p.m.

Columns & Opinions

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For the West this summer, the news about water was grim. In some parts of California, it didn’t rain for over 100 days. In western Colorado, the ground was so dry that runoff at first evaporated into the air. And in New Mexico and Nevada, the rains never came.

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Obituaries

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John Lincoln Zeilman was born on Aug. 29, 1961 in Gunnison, Colo., where his father was serving a short stint as an art professor at Western State College. Although Lincoln spent much of his life in Ohio, he took his first and last breaths in the Gunnison Valley.

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Paul J. Moritz, Sr., born Nov. 11, 1930, died Oct. 19, 2020.