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Even under dark skies, big eyes are impossible to mistake. I saw a lot of them early Saturday morning — primarily on big, burly dudes watching my wife whiz by

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Henry Ford is alleged to have told his early day Model T customers that they could have any color car they wanted, as long as it was black. Today, a

Dustin Fife

For the last two years, a group of community members has been meeting somewhat regularly to discuss media and information literacy. We hosted a great discussion last spring and we

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The temperature outside was 1 degree when I woke this past Saturday morning. Times owner Chris Dickey signed a bunch of us up for “Legs, Kegs and Eggs,” a 5K

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The snow was blowing forcefully and perfectly perpendicular to the ground. The headlight-illuminated view through the windshield reminded me of what Han Solo saw when he coaxed the Millenium Falcon

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At least once. Every year. Like clockwork. I came to the realization some years back that there’s an unfortunate regularity to avalanche deaths impacting the Gunnison Valley. Some of these

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I am today announcing my candidacy for president. I’ve watched as one after another far less qualified glory-seeker has tossed her hat into the ring, entered the fray, stepped up

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A recent meeting of elected officials designed to solicit input on the City of Gunnison’s comprehensive plan revealed much more than just issues related to affordable housing and economic development.

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When I was younger, I looked forward to April Fool’s Day — it was a time to be creative and have a few laughs. However, I always wanted the joke

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