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Various mediums of art, tasty food, local beer and live music will take over downtown Gunnison this Friday night. On Sept. 6, join the community on Main Street for the

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Proper preparation is at the cornerstone of the scouting experience. Survival skills can mean many different things — from a collaborative approach common in Girl Scouts to outdoorbased learning that

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First grade teacher Sarah Murtaugh welcomes students as they file into Gunnison Elementary School. Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District returned from summer break Monday, with the exception of Gunnison High

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The Gunnison Valley is a gold mine for old bikes — vintage Schwinns, beat-up clunkers and townies of all types. And by the look of them, you know these bikes

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(L-r) Willie Pirraglia of Pueblo and Gunnison’s Joe Montante and Markus Riders admire a pair of Chevys along Main Street Friday during the Gunnison Car Show Cruise-In. The cars seen

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Imagine dining on tender, juicy prime rib or delicately smoked local trout with truffle chips. Or flatbread with prosciutto and figs. Cowboy caviar — made of corn, beans, peppers, onions

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Little compares to the feeling of driving down an open road, windows down and tunes jamming. Especially if you happen to be driving through the Gunnison Valley, with the cool,

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Once upon a time, author Luke Mehall felt the surge of inspiration to put words onto paper. He doesn’t remember many moments of his youth, but he remembers intimately the

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If you’ve ever mailed a package at the Gunnison Post Office, you might recall a colorful creation painted on the south side of the building near the front desk. A

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After this weekend, Peggy Morgan Stenmark can say she has been on both sides of art shows — as an artist and juror. Crested Butte’s Morgan Stenmark will jury an

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