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Results of a financial analysis of Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District athletics may be just the ticket to adding two new high school sports. Still, the analysis reveals some catch-up

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The City of Gunnison is narrowing in on its goal of becoming “net-zero” in its electric power supply next year. City leaders have set aside $250,000 in the 2020 budget

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Preston Vanlandingham was sitting in class when he saw a social media post of a pipe that had burst in a dorm hallway. He joked with his classmates about how

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Walking paths, access to trails, featured vistas and expanded spaces are among the highlights of conceptual plans for a new library in northwest Gunnison. Gunnison County Library District leaders are wasting

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Students in Moffat residence hall at Western Colorado University awoke to a not-so-festive surprise Halloween day, last Thursday morning. An accumulation of ice caused a fire suppression main line to

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Lagging technology, increasing fees and little say in how funds are spent have north-valley law enforcement and emergency response leaders shopping for a dispatcher. Crested Butte Fire Protection District, Crested

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While Gunnison Sage-grouse population numbers have declined over the last four years, federal agents are penciling out what recovery looks like for the species listed as “threatened” under the Endangered

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Colorado’s claim to fame may be a booming cannabis industry. Yet, another booming business in the state is taking place with the production of hemp. “I’ve always grown cannabis since

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Gold colored leaves and icy blue water surrounded Sydnee Olive at Long Lake near Crested Butte this past Sunday for Western Colorado University’s second annual Fall Day of Service. Olive,

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It was just a routine checkup. Crested Butte resident Jane Smith wasn’t expecting anything would come of it when she went for a mammogram screening. She felt fine and was

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