Chris Dickey

I was both disappointed and relieved to learn that the Gunnison Country Times building isn’t haunted by ghosts. That is, according to people who research, investigate and one reasonably presumes

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For many mountain folk, the “next big thing” that lands in our lap is often the last big thing in more urbanized locales. A Tesla plugged into one of the

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Climate change is gripping Gunnison County with reduced snowpack, flagging river flows, dying forests, depleted reservoirs and irrigators looking forward to losing water rights junior to the Colorado River Compact.

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Gunnison has a long history of marketing itself to the masses. But the message has changed a lot over the years. Today, it’s all about play. Before, it was more

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There has been some confusion in the valley about an expenditure made recently by the Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association (TA). I reached out to John Norton, executive director of the

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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

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You cannot have a happy life with negative thoughts. Every thought we have creates a chemical release in our brain which, in turn, produces an emotion. Our emotions affect our

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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

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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

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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

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