It’s a job that few dream of having. Yet, to Deputy Coroner Michael Barnes, becoming Gunnison County’s chief death investigator is an opportunity to show empathy and compassion while performing
Gunnison Rotary Club members braved the wet and chilly weather Tuesday afternoon to partake in the club’s annual Highway 50 clean-up, on the eastern outskirts of town. Seen here (r-l) are Rotarians Jennifer Kermode and Katie Scott, who got a hand from her son Leo Bloodgood.
Students hit the ground running when classes at Gunnison High School (GHS) resumed this year. Between new students and staff members, there was one more thing new for the semester:
Students in the Gunnison Valley are looking on the bright side of energy alternatives — quite literally. In recent weeks, Katya Schloesser’s eighth-grade class at Gunnison Middle School has observed
While heading northeast of Gunnison on a recent cool fall morning, Teresa Flicek and other student volunteers were equipped with shovels, pickaxes and rakes — prepared to help clean up trails.
Kayla Hanson clears rocks and vegetation to make way for the new Chicken Wing trail during a volunteer workday northeast of Gunnison this past Saturday.
Sue Vincent has long been a “dog person.” But as she got older, canines became difficult to keep up with. While Vincent, who resides in The Willows assisted living facility
Connor Crossen reaches for a shot during Gunnison Valley Education Foundation’s “Play-It-Forward” ping pong tournament at Gunnison High School this past Sunday.
Noticed an explosion of color this year in aspen forests throughout the Gunnison Basin — including orange and red hues highlighting the golden landscape? Does the change seem earlier than