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A chart on the wall of the Gunnison Community School (GCS) cafeteria says it all. Of the 79.5 pounds of food waste generated during lunch on Monday, 33.5 pounds could

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Today, more and more people want their investment dollars to do some good in the world. Should you, too, consider sustainable investing? And if you do, must you accept weaker returns from your investments?

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It’s one of the most photographed places in Colorado. The Crystal Mill, six miles east of the Town of Marble, has been recognized by its historic value both statewide and

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(Editor’s note: This is the second installment in a new series that chronicles the lives and employment of service workers in the Gunnison Valley.) Everyone is guilty of going on

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(Editor’s note: This is the first installment in a new series that chronicles the lives and employment of service workers in the Gunnison Valley.) A few months after Tom Williams

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One in seven people in the United States face hunger every year. However, that rate is even higher among children, with approximately one in five lacking proper access to food,

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There was a line at the door of Donita’s Cantina by early Sunday morning — and by late afternoon, people were crowding the block for their last chance to get

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N obody knows the name of the game better than power couple Hillary Buscovick and her partner Samara Pepperell. Both women are eager to put their athletic prowess to the

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Proper preparation is at the cornerstone of the scouting experience. Survival skills can mean many different things — from a collaborative approach common in Girl Scouts to outdoorbased learning that

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