A single law enforcement officer who, more than any other, exemplifies Colorado State Patrol’s core values of honor, duty and respect sounds like a tall task. However, Master Trooper Amy Engleman of Gunnison was honored last week for accomplishing just that.

In what would be the largest solar project in the valley, Gunnison County leaders are embarking on an initiative to utilize the rooftops of five government buildings to harness the

To the casual observer, it may appear that mule deer in the Gunnison Basin are in trouble, given the onslaught of heavy snowfall over the last month. It’s resulted in

Heavy snowfall in the Gunnison Basin has heightened concern by wildlife managers about feeding of big game. But it’s not the condition of wildlife such as mule deer that’s cause

What a difference a year can make. Despite a collective moan among community members about more snow, late-season storms are credited with an optimistic outlook for the com- ing summer. That’s

Through public input, Gunnison residents in recent weeks overwhelmingly threw their support behind Crested Butte-based developer John Stock of High Mountain Concepts for construction of housing on the city-owned Lazy K

District Attorney Dan Hotsenpiller has determined that a Colorado State Patrol (CSP) officer involved in a deadly shooting last Thanksgiving night following an accident and roadside investigation will not face

Fish in Tomichi and Cochetopa creeks travel great distances despite drought conditions and higher temperatures. That’s according to recent research comprising two separate studies spanning 2015-2018. Rather than pursuing fish

Weather is unpredictable. When it comes to dealing with its impacts, flexibility is a must. Gunnison city leaders are making adjustments after the first “real winter” has tested their snow-removal

Gunnison High School (GHS) junior Bria Rickert is an avid runner and skier who wanted to investigate the field of sports science. In particular, she hoped to explore what is