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In what appears to be a philosophical shift, county leaders are taking a closer look at their approach to evaluating landuse change proposals. Rather than approving any project anywhere with

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A plan for funding a major infrastructure improvement project in the City of Gunnison is finally in place. Nearly three decades old, Gunnison’s wastewater treatment plant— which treats 452 million

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At 6:08 on a recent March morning, the bus pulls up to the stop across the street from Magdaleno Díaz’s motel room. The sun is just cresting the horizon, lighting

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In what would be the largest solar project in the valley, Gunnison County leaders are embarking on an initiative to utilize the rooftops of five government buildings to harness the

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A controversial bill which would allow law enforcement to disarm a citizen if a judge deems it appropriate is making its way through the Colorado legislature. The measure — House

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Cash Lamar and a baby goat at Ann Bertschy’s farm north of Gunnison try to see eye to eye about how to spend a spring afternoon. Lamar wanted to nap,

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To the casual observer, it may appear that mule deer in the Gunnison Basin are in trouble, given the onslaught of heavy snowfall over the last month. It’s resulted in

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They’re faster, make the ride easier, and they’re just plain fun. Electric bicycles — or e-bikes — are the latest in recreation technology, and are taking people farther and faster

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A proposal has risen to the top for an affordable housing development adjacent to the Rock Creek subdivision in north Gunnison. County Manager Matthew Birnie on Tuesday told Gunnison County

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Heavy snowfall in the Gunnison Basin has heightened concern by wildlife managers about feeding of big game. But it’s not the condition of wildlife such as mule deer that’s cause

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