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When downtown Gunnison business owner Chris Osness received his tax bill last week, he handed it to an employee to open. Based on the valuation of his building determined last summer, he knew his tax bill likely increased from the following year.

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It’s the little things jurors don’t think about — such as who to look at when delivering their verdict. Do they look to the head of the courtroom where the judge presides? Do they look to the prosecution and defense teams, who have spent the trial passionately arguing for the guilt or innocence of the accused? Would looking at the police perched in the courtroom be comforting or even more nerveracking?

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A cultural establishment in Gunnison is the big winner as city leaders dole out an accumulation of marijuana money through this year’s grant cycle. The Gunnison Arts Center (GAC) has

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Growth management, preferred development locations and green building are some of the highlights of the City of Gunnison’s draft Comprehensive Plan, which city leaders are unveiling to the community. Consultants

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Local energy co-op leaders are applauding the decision by Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association to close its coal-fired power plants and coal mine in Colorado and New Mexico over the

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The stigma of drug use and addiction often has led to silence about the struggles of substance abuse. That’s something the Gunnison County Consortium wants to change. In fact, the

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It could be an issue more controversial than the presidential election. Colorado voters likely will be asked in November 2020 if they want wolves reintroduced on the Western Slope. Yet,

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Proponents for two high school sports who have long advocated for their addition in Gunnison Watershed RE1J schools have reason to celebrate. Superintendent Leslie Nichols on Friday announced both lacrosse and

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Humble, rustic and true to the character of the Gunnison Valley is how architects describe their conceptual plan for the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport terminal. And rather than “chasing square

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) aquatic biologists are developing a program to involve more anglers in the management of the fishery at Blue Mesa Reservoir. Two public meetings have been

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