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

Granted, no one wants a trash service headquartered in their backyard. So it’s no surprise that some neighbors raised a stink in recent months over Golden Eagle’s application to base

I was in a class once where I learned about a study in delayed gratification. Researchers, studying human behavior, would isolate children in a room, place a marshmallow in front

The sun rose Thanksgiving morning to an eerie silence at the base of Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR). After crawling out of bed before the rooster crowed to skin up the mountain, I took a stroll around the base area to see what had changed.

Using fake feathers and Elmer’s Glue to hand craft an Indian headdress, the ever-present cornucopia of food, Pilgrim costumes and an unwavering message of peace, unity and abundance.

It was a great weekend to be a sports fan in the Gunnison Valley.

First and foremost, a hearty congratulations goes out to Coach Than Acuff and the Crested Butte Titans boys soccer team. State champions!

Imagine a stop along Elk Avenue for a burrito from Teocalli Tamale when, lo and behold, the Crested Butte mainstay has acquired a new neighbor in the form of an Overland Sheepskin Co. outlet, Ralph Lauren store or — God forbid — McDonald’s restaurant.

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