News

Heavy snowfall in the Gunnison Basin has heightened concern by wildlife managers about feeding of big game. But it’s not the condition of wildlife such as mule deer that’s cause

Through public input, Gunnison residents in recent weeks overwhelmingly threw their support behind Crested Butte-based developer John Stock of High Mountain Concepts for construction of housing on the city-owned Lazy K

Sports

Western Swimming — It was a historic end to the season this past Saturday for the Western Colorado University women’s swimming and diving program. The team crowned its first national

“Dipping a toe.” The phrase can be used in a variety of ways — including most commonly when checking the temperature of a body of water. In this case, however,

Columns & Opinions

The temperature outside was 1 degree when I woke this past Saturday morning. Times owner Chris Dickey signed a bunch of us up for “Legs, Kegs and Eggs,” a 5K

The snow was blowing forcefully and perfectly perpendicular to the ground. The headlight-illuminated view through the windshield reminded me of what Han Solo saw when he coaxed the Millenium Falcon

Obituaries

Paul E. Towner of Grand Junction passed away on March 10 at his residence. He was a heavy equipment mechanic. There will be no service per his request.

Lorna Robalyn Kaasen (Dotts), amazing mother, wife and friend known for her caring, creative and outgoing personality, left us to be with the Lord on Jan. 28. Born in Del