April D. Christopherson

Well, folks, it’s here. The 2019 holiday season is upon us. The start of November marks the end of everything fall and the beginning of everything red, green and “festive.”

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The page has turned on another election in Gunnison County, and if I can read one thing into the results it is optimism for the future of our community. Negativity

Will Shoemaker

Tuesday morning, I awoke to the flashing lights of a city plow truck outside the bedroom window. I had to be dreaming, I thought. A flashback, perhaps, to last winter,

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After more than two years of deliberation, countless long, drawn-out meetings and skyhigh emotion, it appears that a controversial affordable housing proposal south of Crested Butte has met its doom.

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A creative proposal floated by the Gunnison County Library District would address two long-standing problems: funding and facilities. Eight years ago, the district approached voters with two separate ballot questions

Chris Dickey

One by one, the young adults approached the microphone and a room full of people. Some were as young as 10 or 12, others probably 18 or even a little

Silence unacceptable amid grouse decline

More than 50 years ago, Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” began with a fable about a town in which a strange stillness descended as the birds disappeared. We are faced with

Saving lives easier than ever

I was overdue. Granted, it was just a few months, but it had been about a year and a half since I had my last mammogram. Life is busy —