Gracelyn Nienhueser performs pretend surgery on a stuffed animal during a Pet Expo hosted by Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare League Saturday at the Fred Field Multi-purpose Building.

It’s not unusual to feel overwhelmed, heartbroken, overjoyed, angry or grief stricken. Those feelings are what make us human, but what’s more interesting is what we do with those emotions.

It was a small classroom, filled with one teacher and two students. The lights were dimmed, but the ideas were bright. It was here that a new idea began to blossom.

To be a nurse can mean a variety of different roles and responsibilities, trials and tribulations. However, a group of young women who grew up in Gunnison are up to

Ben Wiens places paper flowers in the lawn outside Gunnison High School Wednesday during a walkout staged by students in response to a school shooting in Parkland, Fla., last month.

In their first-ever faculty-led semester abroad, Western State Colorado University students are learning first-hand about the ski and resort industry — and the nuances of a different culture they might not fully appreciate while reading textbooks in the Gunnison Valley.

If you’re feeling the winter blues, there’s no better time to relive some of the greatest skits of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) than with a good ol’ Gunnison twist. This

Crested Butte’s Brynn O’Connell approaches the top of a climb in the midst of Saturday’s Gothic Mountain Tour.

The Brown Lab Bakery and Pub at the base of Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) has earned a reputation over the years as one of the best places to grab

National Girls and Women in Sports Day is a celebration of milestones — recognizing the accomplishments of ladies in athletics as well as the federal guidelines that have helped to