News

A recent move by a Montrosebased electric cooperative to buy out its contract with wholesale power provider Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association indicates a growing trend. Utilities across the West

Parents, school staff and neighbors are upset that construction of a cell phone tower is underway at the Gunnison High School football field without public input. They contend that proper

Sports

GHS Boys Basketball — Three … two … one. As the clock hit zero in the Gunnison High School (GHS) gymnasium this past Saturday, fans erupted. The Cowboys had just

Gunnison Duster wrestlers stepped on the mat ready to compete this past Sunday morning. The local squad hosted the Dusters Classic youth tournament. As a whole, the Dusters dominated their

Columns & Opinions

Changes that follow elections are sometimes difficult for all involved. However, we would hope that elected officials new to office and those already seated would allow for open lines of

You cannot have a happy life with negative thoughts. Every thought we have creates a chemical release in our brain which, in turn, produces an emotion. Our emotions affect our

Obituaries

Joseph “Joe” Watson, 74, of Riverton, Wyo., passed away with his loving wife by his side on Wednesday, Jan. 2 at the Shepherd of the Valley Healthcare in Casper, Wyo.

Glenabel Eugene Hays of Waco, Texas found victory in Jesus on Jan. 7 at the age of 81. By her side, at the time of her passing, was her husband