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Gunnison City Council is eyeing a pay raise for the first time in 14 years. Councilors voted Tuesday to direct staff to draft an ordinance which would result in a

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Amid a proliferation of shortterm rentals (STRs), hotels in Gunnison are feeling the squeeze. Lower occupancy, particularly during peak season, has irked lodging establishment proprietors who say STRs often get

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City of Gunnison leaders are eyeing a potential tax question on this year’s ballot — this time, for tobacco and nicotine products — as part of a larger effort to

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First it was avalanches, then potential flooding. Now, Lake City is facing another challenge — the quandary of whether off-highway vehicles (OHVs) should be allowed within town limits. This coming

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Summer is in full swing in the City of Gunnison, and there’s no better evidence than the hustle and bustle along Main Street and Tomichi Avenue. The lively intersection of

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As part of the kick-off to Cattlemen’s Days on Saturday, children from across the valley donned helmets and vests, climbed aboard sheep and tried to hold on for six seconds.

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Residents are taking aim at the planned installation of sidewalks along Spruce Street and Arthur Avenue in Gunnison intended to offer students a safe route to and from school. Particularly

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A plan to send logging trucks through the Town of Crested Butte as part of a long-term effort by the U.S. Forest Service to improve forest health is causing concern

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Tension has arisen between the Town of Crested Butte and Gunnison County Library District over a proposed new lease at the Old Rock Schoolhouse. Town leaders want to sign a

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An additional section of the Gunnison River was closed to certain types of watercraft Tuesday following two unrelated fatalities late last week. Both women who appear to have drown were

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