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Kids dressed in superhero-themed costumes size up the competition prior to the start of an obstacle course race this past Saturday during the first-ever Mighty Mustang fundraiser.

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Imagine moving to the United States at 2 years old, learning English and attending school, only to find that as you grow older — unlike your peers — you’re unable

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Harlan Logan arrives at IOOF Park Saturday prepared for any sort of materials, hazardous or otherwise, the annual Community Cleanup would throw his way.

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Simple tenets that have spurred a new wave of thinking in the world of business and technology are infiltrating the minds of youth. Educators at Gunnison Middle School (GMS) launched

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Tyler Laudick powers his way over the bar in the pole vault during Gunnison High School’s home track meet at Mountaineer Bowl this past Saturday.

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Perhaps one of the greatest gifts a community can provide someone with special needs is a sense of belonging. For Kestrel Gordon, Gunnison has done just that.

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Even amid a hardscrabble existence, there’s ample room for humor and adventure. Lifelong Gunnison rancher Richard Guerrieri proves as much in his book, written with daughter Cara Guerrieri, called “The

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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.

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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.

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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.

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