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After more than two years of closure and almost a year of delays, Cottonwood Pass Road — or County Road 209 — opened unceremoniously this week. Vehicles lined the west

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The rising cost of recycling and a shrinking market for goods is bringing about changes in the Gunnison County recycling program. Those chang- es are expected to result in increased charges

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In an effort to spur economic development in Gunnison, city leaders are now looking to the local production of goods. More specifically, they’re eyeing changes to land-use regulations which could

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It’s trick or treat for The Corner at Brush Creek. Halloween this year may determine the fate of the controversial housing development proposed about two miles south of Crested Butte

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Gunnison County Library District leaders have countered a lease offer which would lead to the district’s ownership of the Old Rock Library in Crested Butte. The library district board last

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Plans have materialized for a project east of Gunnison which would utilize the geothermal resource at Waunita Hot Springs Ranch for its heat- and powergenerating potential. An application filed with

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In addition to selfies and avocado toast, millennials might actually be trendsetters in rocking the vote — at least in Colorado. According to figures from the Secretary of State’s office, Colorado

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This year’s strong run-off continues to dwindle, but while property owners in the Gunnison Basin were praying against flooding in recent months, the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) was doing just the opposite. They were inciting a flood. 

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Citing substantial changes to previous drafts, Gunnison County Commissioners plan to protest a proposed Resource Management Plan (RMP) for the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Uncompahgre Field Office. Among their

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