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Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) chair lifts could be rolling once again by late June or early July. That’s the latest word from Vail Resorts Chief Executive Officer Rob Katz, addressing company wide reopening. Vail Resorts is the parent company of CBMR.

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When the first school bell rings in August for Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District’s fall semester, all three Gunnison-based schools will be under new leadership, as the principals for Gunnison Elementary School (GES) , Gunnison Middle School (GMS) and Gunnison High School (GHS) have decided to take on new roles.

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Even before the state drafted modified restrictions for restaurants, Gunnison County health officials this weekend took steps to allow restaurants with outdoor areas to utilize those spaces. Guidance was given from Health and Human Services Director Joni Reynolds to restaurants with patios and other outdoor dining space to allow customers to be seated after picking up food. The move comes as Gov. Jared Polis considers draft recommendations with similar guidelines for restaurants statewide.

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As Colorado considers how best to reopen safely — communities throughout the state are now learning the latest pandemic lingo — and that’s contact tracing. But the subject has farther reaching impact than simply knowing who has been near whom.

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The 2020 graduating class of Gunnison High School didn't let the cancelation of their traditional ceremony ruin their chance to celebrate the achievement. A parade was held through town for the students on Sunday, where community members proudly and loudly showed their support. Pictured here, Christina Karr travels down Main St. More scenes from the event can be seen on A12.

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As Colorado considers how best to reopen safely — communities throughout the state are now learning the latest pandemic lingo — and that’s contact tracing. But the subject has farther reaching impact than simply knowing who has been near whom.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic led to the shutdown of businesses in the Gunnison Valley, local contractor Matthew Kuehlhorn knew he was going to have to be creative. As an entrepreneur he has built his business, Kooler Homes, from the ground up over the last several years.

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While rodeos throughout the western United States are calling this year a wash, Cattlemen’s Days organizers are fighting to hold the annual summer event. They met with Gunnison County Commissioners Tuesday.

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Beginning tomorrow, hotels can begin to open their doors, non-resident homeowners are no longer required to quarantine upon arrival in Gunnison County, and gyms may begin to operate — those are just some of the changes in the most recent revision to a standing Public Health Order imposed in respo

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It’s three days away from the big day — a day that will look completely different for the Gunnison High School (GHS) graduating class of 2020.

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