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A Gunnison County Sheriff’s deputy has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into his social media account. However in the initial hours of the investigation, Sheriff John Gallowich issued a statement suggesting the officer’s account had been hacked.

Breathing life into business

Ryan Fullmer has returned to his roots and recently opened a Gunnison clinic of his Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Institute.

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As Gunnison County continues to report relatively “flat” numbers of COVID-19 cases, a question lingers on the minds of business owners, community members and visitors: Will there be a second wave of the virus?

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While education has been the first approach to enforcing a county-wide mask mandate, local government leaders are putting business owners on notice — and just like any education — there will be grading.

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The first graduates of Western Colorado University’s Publishing Master of Arts program proudly release “Monsters, Movies & Mayhem,” an anthology of 23 stories written by highly regarded writers in horror and cinematic genres — conceived and curated by Western’s class of 2020 publishing graduates.

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Gunnison County 4-H member Deakun Summer makes a grab for his renegade sheep during last Thursday’s show outdoors.

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He’s a legend around these parts, and soon he will be known beyond the Continental Divide as the Colorado State Historian. Dr. Duane Vandenbusche will begin his one-year term on Colorado Day, Aug. 1. He will also continue his role as a member of the five-person State Historian Council, formed in 2018.

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The Gunnison County Democratic Party has filled the vacant District 1 seat on the Board of County Commissioners, and has chosen a candidate to run in this November’s election.

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