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It’s a conundrum of which most people in the Gunnison Valley are well aware — the area with the greatest need for aff ordable housing is also the place where it is most expensive to build.

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Crested Butte’s Vinnie Scola wanted to take advantage of the weather, so he headed to Hartman Rocks Recreation Area this past weekend to camp and ride his dirt bike. He

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Despite light rain this week, fire experts and emergency response officials continue to emphasize just how dry conditions are in the Gunnison Basin — and that the potential for wildfire is growing.

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Teachers in Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District are expected to receive a 5 percent raise next academic year, thanks to unexpected revenue from the state. The increase was negotiated during

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Western State Colorado University is on the verge of launching a first-of-its-kind graduate program catering to a quickly growing industry. Officials announced last week that, beginning this coming school year, Western will offer an Outdoor Industry Master of Business Administration (MBA).

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The Gunnison River above Blue Mesa Reservoir is expected to reach its highest level this coming weekend, and all signs indicate the early peak and low flows would be historic.

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Is it a matter of leadership style, simple economics or reflective of a national trend? The rate of turnover within the Gunnison County Sheriff’s Office is shaping up to be a

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Gunnison City Council expressed apprehension this week over a proposed ballot measure to fund affordable housing through a new mill levy.

Some members doubted the timing of the ballot campaign, while others questioned its details.

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