A man who accused his wife of firing a gun during an argument two years ago took the stand in Gunnison County Court last week in what became tension-filled testimony

Local educators hope their decision last week to stage a “walk-in” sends a two-part message: That they oppose inadequate funding for education, while acknowledging local efforts in recent years to financially compensate for state shortages.

Despite conditions this year that mirror the 2002 drought, some water users in the Upper Gunnison River Basin can rest easy — for now.

Some is better than none. That’s the thinking behind a decision by the Gunnison Valley Regional Housing Authority (GVRHA) board to ask voters this coming November for a property tax

For the better part of a century the racetrack at the Gunnison County Fairgrounds has been a key part of Cattlemen’s Days and other equine activities. For decades, race horses threw their hearts into crossing the finish line first.

Some is better than none.

That’s the thinking behind a decision by the Gunnison Valley Regional Housing Authority (GVRHA) board to ask voters this coming November for a property tax increase to fund affordable housing projects.

It’s not uncommon to hear about teens engaging in risky behavior. Smoking and substance use among young adults have made headlines for decades. But what if an activity doesn’t seem

A consultant is on board and plans are in the works, but the specific location of a well-defined connection between downtown and the Western State Colorado University campus came into question Tuesday during a public meeting devoted to the project.

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