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Gunnison city leaders have adopted a policy governing large-scale electricity generation projects — clearing the way for Gunnison County to pursue installing a substantial solar array atop of five county

Millison murder saga comes to close

A mother and a friend. That’s how defense attorneys portrayed Stephanie Jackson during a sentencing hearing this past Friday that appears to have marked the final chapter in the case against

Library plan takes shape

Walking paths, access to trails, featured vistas and expanded spaces are among the highlights of conceptual plans for a new library in northwest Gunnison. Gunnison County Library District leaders are wasting

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In the first Gunnison City Council election held in November, an incumbent and two newcomers were chosen as top vote getters in Tuesday’s race. According to unofficial results, Councilwoman Mallory

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A woman convicted of killing her son and concealing his death for more than two years has died in prison. Deborah Rudibaugh, 70, was serving a 40 year sentence after

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There was no explosion of celebratory “high-fives” among Gunnison County Library District board members Tuesday night. Only the quiet building of excitement — it seemed victory was almost too good

Abating beavers’ impacts

In the Gunnison Valley, you’d be hard pressed to find a rancher who doesn't view beavers as a major inconvenience. Apart from flooding roads and other areas, beavers can damage

Shift sought in city power portfolio

The City of Gunnison is setting ambitious goals of going “netzero” as soon as next year — at least when it comes to electricity purchased from the city’s power provider, the

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Affordable housing, renewable energy and economic development were just a few of the topics tackled by Gunnison City Council hopefuls last Thursday at the Ann Zugelder Library in Gunnison. While

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