Surcharge increase for 911 service eyed

Gunnison Regional Communications Center is seeking to double its surcharge revenue next year to pay for rising costs, decreasing revenue and improved equipment. The agency has submitted an application to

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On top of miles of mountain bike trails and worldclass rock climbing, Hartman Rocks Recreation Area also has a lesser known claim to fame. Skiff milkvetch — a rare, wispy

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Students participating in an avalanche safety course this past weekend, organized by Gunnison County Substance Abuse Prevention Project and taught by Irwin Guides, are pictured utilizing transceivers. For more from

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Last week, global leaders from around the world convened in Madrid, Spain for the United Nations Climate Change Conference to negotiate goals and agreements to begin to reduce our greenhouse

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Gunnison Watershed RE1J School Board has approved a decrease in the district’s mill levy to compensate for higher valuations. The move, approved Friday, follows a trend of a declining mill

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A new Gunnison City Council was seated this week. However, at least one thing won’t change. Councilors elected Jim Gelwicks to continue serving as mayor for the next two years.

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Third grader Kinley Dziekan smiles at onlookers from a bucket truck Friday as Gunnison Public Works employee Jeremy Dole places an ornament on the city Christmas tree. For more from

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Kids participating in a clinic during Crested Butte Nordic’s annual Thanksgiving Camp last week relish falling snow and great skiing conditions. For more from this year’s camp, see page B16.

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Diego Plata doesn't shy away from difficult situations. In fact, the newly elected Gunnison City Council member has a history of diving into the unknown — whether it be moving

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