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 as risky as it is?

Such is the case with a new trend in nicotine consumption

After receiving public comment Tuesday, Gunnison City Council gave the green light to electric rate increases which average 7.1 percent across the board. The increases for the municipal power supplier

When it comes to danger of wildfire that could rise as high as a towering spruce tree this year, there’s good news. And there’s bad news.

With the help of the largest single transaction grant in the history of Great Outdoors Colorado, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) announced Tuesday the final-stage closing of conservation easements that will permanently protect iconic swaths of working ranchland in the Gunnison Valley.

Perhaps one of the greatest gifts a community can provide someone with special needs is a sense of belonging. For Kestrel Gordon, Gunnison has done just that.

From immigration to the Second Amendment and the Environmental Protection Agency to Social Security, a wide range of questions were posed to U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet by constituents last Thursday during a town hall meeting at the Gunnison County Courthouse.

A warm, dry spring preceded by a mild winter has added fuel to an already active building market.

Contractors throughout the valley say that they never really put their hammers down this past winter, and now they are preparing for a busy summer.

Free-standing garages in backyards across the City of Gunnison may offer multiple benefits, including helping a homeowner make his mortgage payment while easing a tight rental housing market. Planners are

The goal: attract a minimum of five companies to the Gunnison Valley with an annual revenue of $10 million within the next seven years.

That’s one objective within a plan for greater economic prosperity and diversification as outlined in the One Valley Prosperity Project.

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