May continued this spring’s warm and dry weather. The high temperatures for almost every day in May were five to 15 degrees above the long term average for that day. May 1, at 77 degrees, broke a long-standing record set in 1935, and several other days tied records.
Why can a very large group of protestors, several hundred strong and in very close proximity to one another, gather in downtown Gunnison while traditional local events are being canceled left and right, retail stores are allowed only 10 people at a time and restaurants can seat to only half capacity?
One-thousand names. The New York Times dedicated the entire front page of its Sunday edition, plus several more pages inside, to printing the names, ages, hometowns and biographical snapshots of one-thousand Americans who have died from the coronavirus. They did so to commemorate the 100,000th victim milestone that has tragically been reached in this country from the pandemic.
The Farmers Market begins on Saturday June 13, located at the corner of Main and Virginia from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. We have worked diligently with the county to be able to open on schedule with some added safety measures such as social distancing, masks, gloves, sanitizers, handwashing stations and a one-way traffic flow with a designated entrance and exit.