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

By 6:30 p.m. the official head count had grown past 200 and the line was out the door. Game time was still an hour away. It was going to be

Remember the bipartisan promises made when legalization of recreational marijuana was the political issue of the season? It shouldn't be too hard to remember, since Amendment 64 was approved by

An organization formed to market the Gunnison Valley to prospective visitors is involved in much more than putting heads in beds as of late. In recent years, the Gunnison-Crested Butte

I recently ran unsuccessfully as the independent candidate for state House District 59. I’ve been asked why I’ve taken so long to write about my campaign. For me, the campaign

It was the best of times, it wasn’t the worst of times. 2018, one could argue, was a year in which the Gunnison Valley turned a corner. There were many

There’s a story my family retells nearly every time we get together. A calamity in which we all were part. An example of Murphy’s law to the max. Everything that

For no particular reason, Kirsten and I made the kids watch “60 Minutes” with us Sunday while we were preparing dinner. (Yes, the same longer-form television news program I watched

The holidays should be filled with family, fun and thanks for all we’ve been given over the last year. But as the time approaches to flip the calendar to 2019,

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