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While many students stuck around Gunnison for the summer, others returned to the Western Colorado University campus last week following lifechanging experiences — including internships across the country. Whether working

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Despite a near-constant bustle inside the Gunnisack restaurant, for the first time in its 15-year stint on Main Street in Gunnison, the business is closing for dinner due to a

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In an effort to spur economic development in Gunnison, city leaders are now looking to the local production of goods. More specifically, they’re eyeing changes to land-use regulations which could

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Plans have materialized for a project east of Gunnison which would utilize the geothermal resource at Waunita Hot Springs Ranch for its heat- and powergenerating potential. An application filed with

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This year’s strong run-off continues to dwindle, but while property owners in the Gunnison Basin were praying against flooding in recent months, the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) was doing just the opposite. They were inciting a flood. 

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City of Gunnison leaders are eyeing a potential tax question on this year’s ballot — this time, for tobacco and nicotine products — as part of a larger effort to

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Gunnison Valley ranchers have long feared the effects of prolonged drought. But what if a solution to that problem also places stockgrowers in the driver’s seat for helping to curb

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A plan to send logging trucks through the Town of Crested Butte as part of a long-term effort by the U.S. Forest Service to improve forest health is causing concern

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