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In the first Gunnison City Council election held in November, an incumbent and two newcomers were chosen as top vote getters in Tuesday’s race. According to unofficial results, Councilwoman Mallory

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A woman convicted of killing her son and concealing his death for more than two years has died in prison. Deborah Rudibaugh, 70, was serving a 40 year sentence after

Abating beavers’ impacts

In the Gunnison Valley, you’d be hard pressed to find a rancher who doesn't view beavers as a major inconvenience. Apart from flooding roads and other areas, beavers can damage

Shift sought in city power portfolio

The City of Gunnison is setting ambitious goals of going “netzero” as soon as next year — at least when it comes to electricity purchased from the city’s power provider, the

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Lagging technology, increasing fees and little say in how funds are spent have north-valley law enforcement and emergency response leaders shopping for a dispatcher. Crested Butte Fire Protection District, Crested

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Disappointment, frustration and animosity. Those are the words used to describe what’s become one of the most contentious housing developments to date in the Gunnison Valley. Following a more than

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Affordable housing, renewable energy and economic development were just a few of the topics tackled by Gunnison City Council hopefuls last Thursday at the Ann Zugelder Library in Gunnison. While

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While Gunnison Sage-grouse population numbers have declined over the last four years, federal agents are penciling out what recovery looks like for the species listed as “threatened” under the Endangered

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A measure on Colorado’s ballot this year, if passed, would allow state government to keep additional revenue — with the money directed at public schools, higher education and transportation projects.

Decrease in county spending proposed

Salary increases and higher utility rates are included in next year’s proposed Gunnison County budget. However, spending is expected to decrease for 2020, due in large part to fewer capital projects.

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