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As federal lawmakers wrestle with immigration reform, the story of a Gunnison man may offer insight into the struggles that those from abroad often face in moving to the United

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With the new year comes new goals for many Gunnison Valley residents and organizations alike. However, focusing on the future often reqires recognizing past accomplishments. Cassidy Tawse-Garcia, the new executive

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Much of Chris Mayfield’s success can be attributed to his ability to access the absurd and attach a deeper meaning. So it seems fitting that Mayfield’s musical musings began by

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(Editor’s note: This article is part of a series focused on the state of agriculture in the Gunnison Valley which will appear periodically.) After he was raised on a ranch

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Gunnison residents awoke Christmas morning to plenty of snow in which to play, breaking a weeks-long dry spell and slow start to winter. Gunnison County Electric Association’s weather station west

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The icy wind brushing across your face. The smell of the great outdoors. And, of course, not having to skate in circles on a small rink. These are just some

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For community members Kyle and Jessica Thomas, who recently returned to the Gunnison Valley, spiritual connection and a sense of community are vitally important. Because they have no children, the

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The relatively warm weather, lack of snow and willing volunteers helped local citizen scientists tally a record number of species in the 44th annual Gunnison Christmas Bird Count this past

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