It’s undeniable. More people are playing on public lands. And in the winter months that means many kinds of recreationists — from snowmobilers and skiers to snowshoers and fat bikers.
There are many words used to describe Dennis Spritzer: Musician. Practical joker. Kind. Hardworking. Ornery. Teacher. Friend. Spritzer is a familiar name in the Gunnison Valley. The longtime local has
Whether he’s railing down a technical section of singletrack or headed out for an all-day endurance ride, Dave Wiens loves to pedal his mountain bike. “I have a tremendous amount
GHS Swimming — Parents packed the Paul Wright Natatorium at Western Colorado University this past Saturday — taking up every inch available to watch the Gunnison High School (GHS) swim
GHS Girls Basketball — Despite stumbling to start the season, the Gunnison High School (GHS) girls basketball team has found its footing — and is currently riding a threegame win
Columns & Opinions
While reading last week’s article in the Gunnison Country Times regarding Golden Eagle Trash Service’s minor-impact change appeal, my first thought was, “Wow, Gun Club road must have really changed
My wife told me this morning that she loves me more than yoga. Yoga? I mean, like, “You’re not downward facing dog maybe, but I still love you?” I guess
Betty Louise Gray, age 87, passed away peacefully at her residence on Dec. 8. Betty was born Nov. 14, 1931 in Cañon City, Colo. to Elmer Haskell and Mary Anna
G.W. (Chub) Boyd of Kilgore, Texas died on Nov. 29 at the age of 97. He enjoyed vacationing in Gunnison over the years and developed many long lasting friendships here.