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Parents, school staff and neighbors are upset that construction of a cell phone tower is underway at the Gunnison High School football field without public input. They contend that proper

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If we could only have a crystal ball that could see into the future of the real estate market! That said, the market is somewhat cyclical. Projections and instincts of industry professionals can be quite accurate.

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(Editor’s note: This article is the second in a three-part series examining mental health problems and available services in the Gunnison Valley.) Gunnison’s Sarah Smith believes she’s struggled with anxiety

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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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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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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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Whether he’s railing down a technical section of singletrack or headed out for an all-day endurance ride, Dave Wiens loves to pedal his mountain bike. “I have a tremendous amount

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The Thanksgiving holiday turned tragic last week when a Mancos, Colo., man was shot and killed by a Colorado State Patrol officer along Hwy. 135 south of Crested Butte following a single-vehicle accident.

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It’s a statistic of which people in the Gunnison Valley are keenly aware: Suicide rates nationally have risen more than 30 percent since 1999, and Rocky Mountain states are higher than

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Gone are a “big box” store and monolithic housing options. A revamped design for the Gunnison Rising annexation calls for diverse homes, a walkable neighborhood, smaller retail stores and a

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