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It simply doesn’t make sense. Months after a pair of Democratic lawmakers introduced public-lands protection legislation that included provisions worked on long and hard by Gunnison County Commissioners, our 3rd

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This coming Monday, Aug. 26 marks the 99th anniversary of the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. It reads: “The right of citizens of the United

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I was mountain bike riding with some friends a couple of weekends ago, in a beautiful spot I’d never been in before, when we came across a debris field. We

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Colorado’s rating in manufacturing and logistics barely makes a passing grade. According to the recent “Manufacturing Scorecard 2019” report from the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State

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As soon as I hopped on the company cruiser, my tank-like town bike, and veered north on South Main Street a few minutes after 8 a.m. Tuesday, a dark plume

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“I like Crested Butte again, now that I’ve moved to Gunnison,” a longtime, and recently-turned “former” north valley resident told me recently. “Don’t move to Bend. You won’t like it,”

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One of the advantages of growing older — OK, old — is that you can draw comparisons between how it was and how it is. Usually we hear that from

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If you cannot solve a problem, enlarge it. Sounds ridiculous, I know. How could fixing a problem ever result from making it bigger? This nugget of wisdom is attributed to

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My headphones cranking “This Land Is Your Land,” I’m walking through dystopian city streets, my head bobbing, keeping time with old Woody’s beat — when NPR interrupts: the Fed raises

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Today was an interesting Monday. After some time as an “e-mail warrior,” I headed to Gunnison for a meeting, errands and a grocery run. On the way up-valley to Crested

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