As the impacts of slowing the spread of COVID-19 are clearly seen in the windows of Gunnison Valley stores, ranching appears to be business as usual — at least on the surface.
Gunnison County health officials late Friday afternoon, April 3, have is
Spring break was ruined before it even started for Gunnison High School (GHS)
Imagine training all summer, putting in the work during the season, making it all the way to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championships to then be told, it was cancelled.
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Gunnison County is facing its most severe health and economic crisis of the last 100 years. Without significant assistance, many local businesses will fail. Shops on our main streets will be boarded up, unemployment will soar, the local economy will be depressed for years and our communities will begin to die. A very rough estimate that I did indicates that income in the County is declining by $5 million to $20 million per month.
Times like these bring out the best and the worst in people. We see the best in the superb effort our health and human services people, our cops, the postal people, and others are putting out to sustain a high level of civilized society.
Jerrod Albert Samber, 50, of Atwood, Colo., died peacefully at his home after a courageous battle against cancer. While Jerrod had cancer, it never had him.
Robert Keith Rosette passed away on March 27. He was 92 years old. He was born on May 5, 1927 to Raymond and Naomi Rosette in Alamosa, Colo. He grew up in Salida, Colo., where he enjoyed hunting, fishing and the outdoor life.