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Gunnison Rising receives new look

Gone are a “big box” store and monolithic housing options. A revamped design for the Gunnison Rising annexation calls for diverse homes, a walkable neighborhood, smaller retail stores and a

City survey results are in

From feedback on strategic priorities to a better understanding of its socio-economic characteristics, Gunnison city leaders possess new information about the community.

Charges stand in Millison murder case

“Reasonable belief” versus “beyond a reasonable doubt” — the difference between the two is enough to proceed with first-degree murder and other charges “good things” were happening for her family, and

Big wins in county races

The only two contested races for elected leaders in Gunnison County resulted in landslide victories for Democratic candidates.

County vote count delayed — again

In a situation nearly identical to four years ago, Gunnison County offi cials didn’t complete counting ballots impacting most local races in this year’s election until Wednesday at about 5 p.m.

Charges stand in Millison murder case

“Reasonable belief ” versus “beyond a reasonable doubt” — the difference between the two is enough to proceed with first-degree murder and other charges “good things” were happening for her family, and that she had “awesome news” that made her want to run outside “screaming.”

ELECTION RESULTS

The complete unofficial election results for Tuesday’s election were released late Wednesday afternoon:

 

Gunnison County Sheriff

John Gallowich (D) 6,604 76.0%

Mark Mykol (R) 2,082 24.0%

 

2018 ELECTION RESULTS

Complete unofficial election results for Tuesday’s election in Gunnison County were released at about 5 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. Results are as follows. 

Gunnison County Sheriff

John Gallowich (D) — 6,604 votes— 76.0%

Mark Mykol (R) — 2,082 — 24.0%

Little Blue Ck. Canyon closure slated for 2020

Prepare to be detoured traveling Hwy. 50 between Gunnison and Montrose in 2020. Proposed improvements to a 3.8 mile stretch of the highway in what’s known as the Little Blue Canyon

Business ‘starts’ up locally, statewide

Crested Butte jeweler Meaghan Young has always dreamed of having her own business. As a silversmith and goldsmith, she has spent 15 years making jewelry.