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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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Based on support from Gunnison County Commissioners and Gunnison Valley Health, local health leaders have filed a variance request with Colorado Department of Health and Human Services.

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Age changes, more businesses permitted to open and modification to quarantine requirements are all included in the latest version of the standing Public Health Order.

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Crested Butte Center for the Arts is announcing the cancelation of the long-standing Alpenglow live music series and the Crested Butte Wine & Food Festival scheduled this summer.

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The National Park Service has released the following statement about federal lands which are following reopening protocols:

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As local industries begin to see their timelines for reopening take shape, organizers for many of the staple Gunnison summer events find themselves unsure of what their plans will look like as COVID-19 restrictions change.

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