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Jake Sawatsky can’t remember the amount of days he’s sat in an office chair answering phone calls at the Gunnison County Courthouse. The days are too eclectic to tell them apart.

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Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the community has been encouraged to stay inside or isolated for risk of spreading the disease further. Due to the constantly changing nature of the environment, town is fairly quiet and local businesses have either had to adjust their hours or close all together.

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Which state has a longer coastline — Maine or Rhode Island? Or here’s one: ‘The Indus River meets the Arabian Sea on which continent? Perhaps you can name the two oceans separated by the Panama Canal?

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When filling out the estimated fundraising goal on the application for the Kids Heart Challenge, Lake Preschool and Kindergarten Movement teacher Heather Heinz put down $1,500.

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Often, the best education doesn’t come in a classroom, but in life experiences gained from exploration and travel. That’s what the Talbert family was banking on as they headed out for a three month journey this past fall on the open sea.

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For the third year in a row, the Gunnison Chamber Events Committee is bringing Mardi Gras to Gunnison with the annual Gunni Gras Parade and Pub Crawl, but this year it has a fun twist — a dog of a different sort.

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Editor’s note: Nicknames typically come from a diminutive form of a proper name. But when it comes to the City of Gunnison, a never ending debate has developed about which is proper: Gunni or Gunny? This year’s SonofaGunn — “It’s Always Sunny in Gunni” — takes on the topic directly, and with appropriate humor. Show directors Eric Kjosness and Craig W. Beebe offer their opinions about the topic.

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