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After warning students and staff that a COVID-19 outbreak could shut down the campus, Wesern Colorado University administrators ended in-person classes Monday with more students testing positive for the virus.

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Despite the ongoing pandemic, district leaders are still optimistic when it comes to plans for new library facilities in the City of Gunnison.

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The City of Gunnison’s annual Arbor Day observation took place on Wednesday, Nov. 4. A new Colorado blue Spruce tree was planted near the Four Seasons Apartment complex at 412 N. Iowa. Owner of the property Marlene Zanetell and Gunnison Mayor Jim Gelwicks spoke before a few students from Gunnison Middle School helped plant the tree.

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With the holidays just around the corner and temperatures cooling fast, Gunnison County public health officials are sounding the alarm amid a steep increase in COVID-19 cases.

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A federal court injunction has blocked the owners of the West Elk Coal Mine from bulldozing more land in a protected area located in Gunnison County between Crested Butte and Paonia.

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HEPA filters delivered, more on the way

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Gunnison County Public Works closed Cottonwood Pass Monday, but the department is looking to keep a portion of Kebler Pass Road open for a few more days.

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The Gunnison office of Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has tested about 300 deer heads brought in by hunters for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) this season. All samples have come back negative, but that doesn’t mean the Gunnison Basin is free of the disease.

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