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With the largest gift in school history and one of the largest financial donations ever to a public university in Colorado, Western State Colorado University announced this week the establishment

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A Ponzi scheme that swindled unsuspecting investors out of millions of dollars has landed a former Gunnison accountant behind bars. District Court Judge J. Steven Patrick sentenced Laverne “Vern” Moter,

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Parking congestion, poor ramp conditions and a non-existent staging area at the North Bridge access point along the Gunnison River are problems that fishing guide Cameron Rhodes knows well. As

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Saturday mornings brought a bag of mixed emotions for Julie Robinson during the construction of last year’s Habitat for Humanity home. As executive director of Habitat of the Gunnison Valley,

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Imagine a headwaters community in the midst of a high altitude environment and which serves as a tourist destination. Sound familiar? While those characteristics clearly define Gunnison, they’re also shared with Majkhali,

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In 2016, the Gunnison Ranger District of the U.S. Forest Service implemented regulations on dispersed camping throughout the Gothic corridor, north of Crested Butte. However, each year since then, visitor

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It was an ordinary day on Blue Mesa Reservoir when Travis Snyder’s fish finder was suddenly monopolized by a school of trophy lake trout swimming in the depths of the

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Midway through its second year, the ICELab on the campus of Western State Colorado University continues to provide community work space and two programs to foster start-up businesses: an incubator

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Local baker Rachel Alter has found success providing healthy treats for coffee shops and restaurants. But she wants to launch a new business featuring a shared commercial kitchen to help

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A measure on Colorado’s ballot this year, if passed, would allow state government to keep additional revenue — with the money directed at public schools, higher education and transportation projects.

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