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I am a librarian, and most people have no idea what I do. At least once a week, someone asks me if I spend my workdays reading books. They also

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As winter settles into the Gunnison Basin, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) biologists and district wildlife managers continue monitoring the local mule deer population. We at CPW understand the deep

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The realization this week that multiple police reports were filed in recent years surrounding statements made by the former Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District employee whose alleged threat resulted in

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It may be uncharacteristically warm so far this winter, but, looking back, 2017 was in many ways the year of ICE in the Gunnison Valley. I’m talking about Innovation, Creativity

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The world has turned upside down. As record-breaking cold threatened heating-fuel shortages in typically warmish climes from the East Coast to Texas early this week — with, can you believe

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The time of the long dark nights leaves one looking for light in the trudge toward the cycle of renewal that eventually follows the long winter. This is even more

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Communication is an art form so often overlooked, and sometimes mishandled. When done well it builds relationships, forms sound business models and leads to greater trust. Yet, in a day

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This time of year, perhaps more than any other, our dependence on electricity is crystal clear. Having just passed the winter solstice, electric lighting frees us from the limits of

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When it comes to solving big problems, there’s nothing wrong with taking a page from the playbook of a competitor. Western State Colorado University officials recently released a report that

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