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

Maci Waldron works on a masterpiece during the CB Chalk Walk this past Saturday adjacent to the Center for the Arts.

At just 7 years old, Jerry Piquette fell in love with the game of marbles. During recess, Piquette and his friends would gather around a makeshift ring and compete to

Members of the Kellogg family from Glenwood Springs put on a show for the crowd gathered at the Gunnison Whitewater Park this past Saturday during the annual Gunnison River Festival.

Colorado can’t exactly claim castles like the old fortresses that can be found throughout Europe. There are no knights, kings or calvary to look back on, but what we do

In 2012, Bryan Wickenhauser was struck with one of those rare lightbulb moments — one that would change the course of his career. While driving home from a summer concert

Ohana Mataia sings the national anthem during tryouts for Cattlemen’s Days rodeos this past Saturday as organizer Chris Coady looks on.

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