Summertime is notoriously busy in the Gunnison Valley, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take an occasional break and sit together over dinner and some good tunes.
Gunnison Police officer Chris Isham shows (l-r) Kaiden Bartelli and Talon Kibler how to operate video monitoring equipment used by local law enforcement during City Fest this past Thursday.
The food truck phenomenon in the United States has lasted the ages. Chuckwagons and pushcarts catered to cowboys and urban workers alike in the nation’s early days, and mobile kitchens
Lincoln Hemmert tosses the ball to first base during the wrap-up of 6-8-year-old Organized Team Activities youth baseball on Monday. The ball didn’t quite arrive soon enough for an out.
Ray Rossman sat quietly as he flipped through the pages of his two-inch binder wrapped in a sketch of a B-24 bomber. Tears formed in his eyes with one escaping
Chance Mears holds onto his turkey as judge Marlin Eisenach offers his two cents during the Poultry Show as part of Cattlemen’s Days last Wednesday.
In the heart of a bitter winter, Joslyn Hays — a member of the Get Your Goat 4-H club — did not expect to be tending the frostbitten ears of
Every college town needs a college bar. That’s according to the man who built The Ramble Inn about two miles north of Gunnison on Hwy. 135 — now known as
Pat MacIntosh spins Susan MacIntosh during a square dancing demonstration by the Gunnison Gorge Dancers along Virginia Avenue on the Fourth of July.
Phyllis Guerrieri sprinted for the fence of the corral as an angry cow charged behind her. After losing one shoe and her hat, Guerrieri managed to escape the cow’s wrath