Assaults on law enforcement officers have made national headlines in recent years — the most recent of which occurred in Colorado’s Douglas County Sunday when a Sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed and several other officers were injured.

“Somebody’s gonna get shot” were the words that sparked a “lockout” of local schools last Thursday and resulted in the arrest of a longtime Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District employee.

A Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District employee arrested Thursday after allegedly making a threatening statement appeared in court early Friday afternoon. He faces a single count of interference with staff, faculty or students of educational institutions, a Class 1 misdemeanor.

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How much does Western State Colorado University contribute to Gunnison County’s economy? A new report offers an answer: $70 million annually. The report, "The Role and Impact of Western State

What once seemed to be a dead end for affordable housing advocates in the Gunnison Valley may change as the result of a proposal eyed for introduction in the coming

The players may change, but authorities say the law enforcement presence in the unincorporated county at the north end of the valley will not. If all goes as planned, Mt.

Despite decorations rolled out in recent weeks to welcome wintertime visitors and countless hours of preparation to make their stay as pleasant as possible, perhaps the most key ingredient in

A program which aims to help Gunnison County residents save energy — and money — has received full financial backing. Energy Smart Colorado (ESC) — a multi-county program that assists

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