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How is Western Colorado University faring this school year? Enrollment is up — in some areas — and the institution is celebrating $90 million in recent donations. The first group

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Despite receiving unanimous approval for a proposed tax increase from the City of Gunnison and the Town of Mt. Crested Butte, Gunnison County Library District leaders were met with hesitation from

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A promise made more than a half century ago to restore public fishing access in the Upper Gunnison Basin appears to remain unfulfilled. Now, local leaders are counting on federal

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Those who do business in Crested Butte are well aware of the challenges — whether in the availability of workforce housing, finding enough employees or the high cost of operations.

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Despite a newly proposed retail marijuana store appearing to have checked all the boxes for approval, City of Gunnison leaders seem lukewarm to the idea of another pot shop in the

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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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