An Easter egg hunt this past Saturday occurred beneath the surface of the pool at the Gunnison Community Center, with participants diving for prizes as opposed to searching for hidden

More than half of the electricity generated for the City of Gunnison is now sourced from renewable energy. City leaders announced as much in recent weeks based on updated figures

A written agreement resurrecting a long-standing arrangement between the Gunnison County Sheriff’s Office and Mt. Crested Butte Police has been reached. Gunnison County Commissioners are poised to approve that contract next

(L-r) Ivy Pelletier and Kaylee Kaminsky point to one another while dancing during the Gunnison High School prom this past Saturday on the campus of Western Colorado University. For more

Working in conjunction with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service (NPS) rangers at Curecanti National Recreation Area broke through two-foot-thick ice this past Friday to stock rainbow

In what appears to be a philosophical shift, county leaders are taking a closer look at their approach to evaluating landuse change proposals. Rather than approving any project anywhere with

A plan for funding a major infrastructure improvement project in the City of Gunnison is finally in place. Nearly three decades old, Gunnison’s wastewater treatment plant— which treats 452 million

At 6:08 on a recent March morning, the bus pulls up to the stop across the street from Magdaleno Díaz’s motel room. The sun is just cresting the horizon, lighting

A controversial bill which would allow law enforcement to disarm a citizen if a judge deems it appropriate is making its way through the Colorado legislature. The measure — House

Cash Lamar and a baby goat at Ann Bertschy’s farm north of Gunnison try to see eye to eye about how to spend a spring afternoon. Lamar wanted to nap,