Ensuring benefits of fens don’t dry up

(Editor’s note: This article was written by Tobias Nickel, Nick Catmur, Christopher Kittle, Heather Reineking and Justin Sanchez, graduate students in the Master in Environmental Management program at Western Colorado

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A project at Waunita Hot Springs Ranch that would have utilized the heat- and power-generating potential of the area’s geothermal resource has gone cold. Project proponent Charles Barr of San

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A controversial Verizon Wireless cell phone tower constructed adjacent to the Gunnison High School football field is now receiving power. The company confirmed to Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District Superintendent Leslie

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Gunnison High School junior and senior girls squared off in the annual Powder Puff football game Monday night to help kick off Homecoming week. Seen here (l-r), quarterback Bria Rickert

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There’s little question: People in the Gunnison Basin care deeply about wildlife. That much was evident last winter amid outcry following heavy snow that forced deer and elk onto the

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Donavon Curtis Moss, 70, was born Feb. 4, 1949, to Donald and Jeanne Moss in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He left this world to join Jesus for the long haul on

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While the official end to summer won’t come for a few weeks, the Labor Day weekend offers a ceremonial close to the season. Seen here, a few summer stragglers relax

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For the Murdie family, it could be said that law enforcement runs in the blood. So, it comes as little surprise that Adam Murdie has taken on yet another role

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In Colorado’s North Fork Valley, apricot trees have begun blossoming a bit sooner each year — a sign of what some refer to as a “false spring.” However, the small

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