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A nose for pleasing people

Jill Kovacevich was frustrated. Her 9-month-old border collie had completed obedience training and began competing in dock-jumping events. But he became “reactive” to other dogs — lunging and barking while

Titans advance to final four

CBHS Soccer — It was close from the start, but Crested Butte High School (CBHS) punched their ticket to the state semi-finals.

Flames engulf home along Hwy. 135

The sight of flames and billowing smoke stopped traffic along Hwy. 135 about a mile north of Gunnison Tuesday evening. It is believed an explosion in a garage sparked the fire which engulfed the home of John Koch and Erin Knuth around 5 p.m. The family escaped to safety.

‘It’s never too late to learn’

Sunday morning was like any other for Gunnison’s Christine Mott. She rose and turned attention to a cross-stitch project before thumbing through seed catalogs in search of the best prices

Acting upon an opportunity

Yazmin Molina was 7 years old when she came to live in the United States, and like a lot of families that move to the Gunnison Valley, Molina’s never left.

Braving the wave

(L-r) Andrew Haverkampf and James Young hold on through the final section of rapids in Sunday’s Crested Butte Pole, Pedal and Paddle from Mt. Crested Butte to Gunnison.

Sizing up super powers

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.

Exploring life in the shadows

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

Reporting For Refuse Duty

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