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Oh, the places we’ve gone. Serving as a small-town journalist is much like the role of a tour guide. For the last 12 years, I’ve proudly worn that badge, taking

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What comes to mind when we think of work? Is it a constant source of frustration or a form of fulfillment? Do you dread the daily routine or revel in pursuing your passion? According to a 2017 Gallup

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TAPP — the Tourism and Prosperity Partnership — supported sustainable tourism even before it was added to our plate by Gunnison County Commissioners. Annually, we give to Gunnison Trails, Crested Butte Mountain Bike Association and the Crested Butte Conservation Corps.

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Cruising south on I-35 through Texas, a state I had in the hip pocket of my powderblue, soft cotton leisure pants — the pants with the elastic waist? Ahh. Makes an old boy’s life worth living. I kid you not — I understood once again that the best thing about being retired is not having to drive in traffic.

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A large distribution of marijuana tax revenue by the City of Gunnison to the Gunnison Arts Center (GAC) has raised eyebrows of some community members. Last week, city leaders awarded $100,000 to the GAC for its capital campaign to restore and maintain its historic home.

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Raised in a household of newspaper readers, I grew accustomed to absorbing news every night. Those were the days when the newspaper, radio and 5 p.m. news were the only glimpses into the outside world we had. The media was a trusted source of information on which we could base our opinions.

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The irony was not lost on me in two meetings in as many days on the Front Range. Both debated privacy, convenience and rights in the information age. One was

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Taking a cue, no doubt, from our new Gunnison Country Times editor, the “other” Times, of the New York variety, also has had privacy in the age of information in

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This year, the Gunnison County Metropolitan Recreation District — commonly referred to as Met Rec — will celebrate its 42nd birthday. Like many of the area’s older organizations, Met Rec

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