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Government failing to fulfill its obligations should be cause for alarm. That’s why we’re disturbed by the federal government’s apparent inability to acquire fishing easements following the construction of Blue

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Remember when that phrase came into our lives almost 50 years ago? It was the Apollo 13 Mission to the moon after an explosion damaged the spacecraft. The world held

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Yesterday was 9/11, and that always means something more in Gunnison than it does for the rest of the country. Long before the date became the commemoration of this nation’s

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Mountain Roots Food Project, the Gunnison Valley nonprofit that does all things local food, is famous for its parties. If it’s a Mountain Roots’ party, you can expect beautiful food

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Economic development is a notoriously tricky pursuit. One person’s preferred approach may vary drastically for another. But we think City of Gunnison leaders are onto something in questioning how the

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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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