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It’s undeniable. More people are playing on public lands. And in the winter months that means many kinds of recreationists — from snowmobilers and skiers to snowshoers and fat bikers.

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The numbers are astounding. In just five years, the number of short-term rentals (STR) in the Gunnison Valley has grown by 2,150 percent, according to the latest “State of the Valley” report.

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Gunnison’s holiday season kicks off in earnest this weekend, with the Chamber-sponsored Night of Lights illuminating downtown Friday and the annual Greenback Exchange taking place the next morning.

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The Thanksgiving holiday turned tragic last week when a Mancos, Colo., man was shot and killed by a Colorado State Patrol officer along Hwy. 135 south of Crested Butte following a single-vehicle accident.

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(L-r) Kristin King, Keiran King and Oscar Crichton run in the 1K Gobble Wobble during the third annual Crested Butte Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day.

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It’s a statistic of which people in the Gunnison Valley are keenly aware: Suicide rates nationally have risen more than 30 percent since 1999, and Rocky Mountain states are higher than average.

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Following a recent effort aimed at gathering community feedback, Gunnison County Library District has landed on a location for a new or expanded facility on property it owns on the north side of the city.

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What is Thanksgiving without a feast? Kids rolled up their sleeves Tuesday to take part in a Mountain Roots Food Project Thanksgiving Workshop at Gunnison Community Center. They prepared a classic pumpkin spice roll, mashed potatoes and honey glazed carrots as part of the class.

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

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