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Townie Books in Crested Butte on Friday hosted a not-too-distant dystopian future played out in the live performance “A Brief History of Banned Books: A Sci-Fi Farce.” Written by Steven Cole Hughes and directed by Heather Hughes, the performance took the audience to a time where running a bookstore is an act of bravery. The performance was held outside of Townie Books for all to enjoy amid the pandemic.

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Easy Jim will perform music from the Grateful Dead at the I Bar Ranch Saturday, Oct. 10. Gates open at 5 p.m., showtime is 6:30 p.m. Tickets cost $15 in advance, $20 at the gate. Purchase at ibarranch.com

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While it certainly lacked some of the traditional events like a dance and “powder puff” football and volleyball games, students and staff at Gunnison High School did their best to make Homecoming 2020 special. This year’s main event was an outdoor gathering at the I Bar Ranch last Thursday, where students could watch the traditional “Lighting of the G” and then enjoy an drive-in movie, featuring the film ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.’ Seen here are images from the event.

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Despite concerns over the coronavirus, 116 Western Colorado University students gathered in small groups on the Mountaineer Field House lawn Saturday to participate in the fourth annual Fall Day of Service hosted by the honor society Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK).

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The Cashmere Goat Ranch has provided Gunnison youth with the opportunity to raise goats for 24 years. But this year, ranch owner Ann Bertschy has decided to retire and end her role as a partner in Gunnison County Extension’s 4-H program.

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The 10th annual Crested Butte Film Festival (CBFF) launches into the virtual universe tomorrow, Sept. 25. The streaming festival — powered by the film screening platform Eventive — runs through Oct. 4 on cbfilmfest.org.

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Watching our older adult community members surviving — and even thriving — in spite of the difficulties presented by the pandemic has been an amazing thing to witness.

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In 2004, Pedro Vitinio and his four siblings sat in living rooms sharing their love of God with families and close friends.

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As the Christmas season approached in 2018, Gunnison’s Veronica Wilde found herself with a few too many fabric scraps from old sewing projects lying around. With a spark of do-it-yourself inspiration, she decided to whip the remnants into a functional bag to gift her friends and family.

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