Courtesy Colorado Health Institute

(Editor’s note: This article is the first in a three-part series examining mental health problems and available services in the Gunnison Valley.) Those closest to Crested Butte resident Kyle Uhl

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Members of the Good family from across Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and Canada gathered at Waunita Hot Springs early this week for a Christmas family reunion and celebration of Laurence and

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Under a new grant from Wildfire Planning International, Gunnison County will receive numerous services to plan for and mitigate potentially catastrophic wildfires as seen in other parts of Colorado this

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It’s official. So-called 3-2 beer — otherwise known as “near beer” — will soon be a relic of the past at grocery and convenience stores in Colorado. What’s been likened

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Changes may be afoot at the ICELab on the campus of Western Colorado University — with the Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association (TA) poised to take a more prominent role in

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Newly proposed amendments to land-use regulations are already spurring project plans in the City of Gunnison — even before those rules have been officially adopted. “We’re encouraged by the city,

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It’s undeniable. More people are playing on public lands. And in the winter months that means many kinds of recreationists — from snowmobilers and skiers to snowshoers and fat bikers.

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Dedicated funding streams designed to address unintended impacts from tourism in resort communities have long been sought — but largely without success. A property tax measure last month aimed at

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There are many words used to describe Dennis Spritzer: Musician. Practical joker. Kind. Hardworking. Ornery. Teacher. Friend. Spritzer is a familiar name in the Gunnison Valley. The longtime local has

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