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Western Colorado University freshman Mason Konkel attended a Preview Day last year and knew the university was the place for him. While visiting the campus from his hometown of Longmont, Colo., he was able to talk to faculty in his area of interest — wildlife biology.

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By Chris Rourke

Traffic at the Gunnison- Crested Butte Regional Airport is trending upward — a factor which may help land more federal dollars directed at a long sought terminal renovation project.

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Energy, immigration and healthcare proved hot topics during an hour-long debate between incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton and his Democratic challenger Diane Mitsch Bush. The 3rd Congressional District debate was hosted by Club 20 this past Saturday.

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A measure which could essentially force local governments in Colorado to forgo land-use regulations has made it onto November’s statewide ballot — and Gunnison County Commissioners are poised to oppose it.

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School emergencies have grabbed headlines nationwide in recent years, sparking growing concerns among both parents and school administrators. But school safety goes far beyond 911 calls.

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With the largest gift in school history and one of the largest financial donations ever to a public university in Colorado, Western State Colorado University announced this week the establishment of the Paul M. Rady School of Computer Science and Engineering.

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The former Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District employee accused of making threats which led to area schools’ placement on “lock out” late last year has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

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Touting a commitment to bipartisanship for solving Colorado’s problems and highlighting a few noteworthy proposals, Colorado gubernatorial candidate Jared Polis stopped through Gunnison late last week on a tour of Western Slope communities.

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