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The train exhibit at the Pioneer Museum has received an upgrade with the help of Charlie Zeiter, Jr. Zeiter cut out images of train-related silhouettes, painted them and bolted them on the side of the train building for his Eagle Scout project. Part of earning Eagle Scout status is the earning of 21 merit badges. The Zeiter family would like to thank the following people for their help on this project: the Pioneer Museum, C.J. Miller, Boy Scout Troop 476, Parker and Cody Vick and Ethan Roberts.

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When the novel coronavirus reached Gunnison County back in March, the primary reaction to the crisis by local leaders was singular: to act fast.

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Community has been the anchor that has assisted those who have been reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. For Crested Butte’s Kirsten Atkins, and five others from Colorado, that meant extending a helping hand across state lines to one community hard hit by the impact of the pandemic.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Gunnison County, Treads N’ Threads owners Chris and Kelly Osness took quick action. They laid off nine employees which were able to qualify for unemployment.

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Burnells food truck is back in business. This year the family run operation will be stationed at 623 N. Main at Absolute Miracles salon. The hours of operation are Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. brunch and lunch, and Mondays and Tuesdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. lunch.

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The Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) Commission recently adopted a rule change, requiring all visitors 18 or older to possess a valid hunting or fishing license to access any State Wildlife Area (SWA) or State Trust Land (STL) leased by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. This new rule went into effect July 1.

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Despite COVID-19 causing the cancelation of concerts left and right, the Gunnison Arts Center (GAC) is getting creative with hopes of continuing Sundays@6 — a longstanding tradition of free, family-friendly performances at Legion Park. The tradition has taken place for more than 20 years.

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The ire of Gunnison Valley second homeowners over restrictions imposed during the emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic has led to the formation of a political action committee (PAC).

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Gunnison County health officials are breathing a sigh of relief after a batch of pending COVID-19 tests have come back from the state as “negative.”

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In a primary election with a record number of votes cast in Gunnison County, Republican candidate Dave Taylor has received enough write-in votes to officially run for Board of County Commissioners. In unofficial results Wednesday morning, Taylor received 984 write-in votes in the District 1 Republican primary, far greater than the 136 needed to run in the General Election.

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