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Utilizing a sunny windowsill for herbs and potting plants at home has become a welcome respite for many during the COVID-19 pandemic. One local organization is planning on harnessing that momentum for the greater good of the community.

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(Editor’s note: This is the third installment in a new series that takes a look at how recent graduates’ (class of 2020) lives were turned upside down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)

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Go to the base area of Hartman Rocks Recreation Area on any summer day and you’re guaranteed to find a bounty of mountain bikers gearing up for the trails. But look north and you may notice a rider getting big air on a much smaller size bike known as BMX.

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(Editor’s note: This is the second installment in a new series that takes a look at how recent graduates lives were turned upside down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)

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(Editor’s note: This is the first installment in a new series that takes a look at how recent graduates (class of 2020) lives were turned upside down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)

 

Life can be very chaotic at times.

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The Gunnison Arts Center’s (GAC) restoration project is well underway with newly awarded funding from History Colorado’s State Historic Preservation Fund fall grant cycle. A total of $196,369 was granted to the GAC for the exterior preservation of the building — the stone and wood components.

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The 4-H Poker Trail Ride will take place this Sunday, June 7. The event, open to those with horses, will be at the Mill Creek Trailhead at 11 a.m. All proceeds benefit the Gunnison County 4-H Horse Program. The first hand is $20. Additional hands are $10, or you can buy five hands for $50. Riders and players under the age of 10 are just $10. Please bring your own water and snacks, and come prepared to follow all county health guidelines.

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In an effort to escape the reality of a pandemic, people took to the trails and waterways to enjoy the great outdoors over the Memorial Day weekend. Watercrafts could be seen on the Gunnison River and the Blue Mesa Reservoir, while small groups of people gathered on the banks and shore. Additionally, zebra mussel inspections were conducted in the manner as was done prior to COVID-19.

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Gunnison Lake and Community schools wrapped up the year by holding a goodbye parade last week. Decorated cars streamed through the bus loop at Lake and the drop off lane at Gunnison Community School as teachers and administrators waved and wished students well.

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