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When the Gunnison Valley began to feel the repercussions of the pandemic in March, Dana Zobs, owner of Crested Butte Personal Chefs, saw the impact of the pandemic on the wedding industry as “terrifying.”

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On Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Kincaid Concert Hall on the Western Colorado University campus, Dr. Robert Barrett, professor of music, will perform a saxophone recital. Assisting Barrett will be Dr. Martha Violett on piano and the Modern Jazz Combo, an ensemble of Western’s best jazz students.

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What do Meteorite Mountain, Pontoon Peak and Mount Superior all have in common? To start, these mountains are all chronicled in the book, “The Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America” written by legendary ski mountaineers Penn Newhard, Chris Davenport and Art Burrows.

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Some people find their calling very young, occasionally in the first field they decide to dabble. For Gunnison’s Ernie Young, working with and around fire trucks has stuck.

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Stage spotlights are beginning to warm up again as the Gunnison Valley’s theater season picks up steam.

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The Gunnison High School Cowboy Marching Band exhibited their 2020 set this past week to the Gunnison community. In lieu of a standard marching band competition season, the Cowboys put together a smaller-scale show to perform across town. The band’s dragon-themed show featured music from “Game of Thrones,” “Puff the Magic Dragon” and “How to Train Your Dragon.” Sunday’s performance on Iowa Street is pictured here.

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Otis Henry Blecha

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