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It still may be bone-chilling cold in February, but Gunnison County 4-H members are looking forward to the warm days of Cattlemen’s Days. Market beef members spent the first Sunday of February weighing in their animals’ starting weights. The animals will be re-weighed before the county 4-H Beef Show at Cattlemen’s to see how much weight they gain.

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MM or what is likely the M^S coldest weeks. -oi fl the year, Gunnison %f Elementary School students have brought the "Seasons of Gunnison" alive in color.

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Artist Allison Sinkewich has been on a long journey — an odyssey of sorts — to capture images and display them in her own way, through cross stitch. However, the images which she has spent more than a decade creating are not the typical form of “heritage art.” She’s taken scenes from the movie “2001: Space Odyssey” and illustrated them on linen.

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Call yourself creative and you’ll soon hear tragic tropes of the “starving artist” whose impractical path always includes living on a tight budget while barely scraping by. However, Western Colorado

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Lovers of snow and beer united at The Dive on Friday, Jan. 17 as the restaurant teamed up with Irwin Brewing Company and Irwin Guides to offer a free ski

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Before Samuel Vickers was even born, his parents decorated his nursery in football-inspired decor. Sports were something his father, a former college football player, wanted to share with his son.

New on the beat

Say hello to the newest member of the Gunnison Police Department, Beno. The department recently approved a canine project for 2020. As a part of training, Officer Chris Isham attended

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While others in his high school art classes worked with traditional mediums such as paint and clay, Gunnison’s Mark Lee was drawn to something different. Already an experienced welder, Lee

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