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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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This Sunday will mark the 45th anniversary of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Art in the Park in Gunnison. The show will be held in Legion Park, opening

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Another Cattlemen’s Days has come and gone. The 10-day event features the longest running rodeo in Colorado, the culmination of 4-H projects, a festive parade, a familyfriendly carnival and much more.

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The dogs were shiny and polished, and their handlers well dressed. An occasional bark or whimper could be heard in the Fred Field Western Heritage Center at the Gunnison County

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Imagine being able to float above the luscious green grass and beautiful mountains of the Gunnison Valley in a hot air balloon. For a select number of passengers, that is

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It’s hard to imagine what life was like in the Gunnison Valley more than 100 years ago. And it is certainly easy to forget that past. But one tale family

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Music has a way of inspiring people. That includes retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Van Booth on his 3,200-mile walk across the country. Booth stopped through Gunnison along the route

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Gunnison-area amateur radio, or “ham,” operators will hold their annual Field Day June 22-23 this year. The group will set up 15 miles south of Gunnison at the same location

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Bouncing off the walls of the courtyard at the Gunnison Valley Health Senior Care Center near Gunnison’s west end were the sounds of whoops, hollers and electrical whirs, intermingled with

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