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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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For years, mental health has topped the list of health needs in our community. But with limited resources, gaps in coordination and redundancy in services, it became apparent that a

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Two of Nashville’s brightest stars, Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser, share a light moment during this year’s Mountain High Music Festival, which raised more than $400,000 for two local charities.

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On a frigid Gunnison winter morning, a Western Colorado University van turned onto Wisconsin Street armed with volunteers, rags and plenty of furniture polish. Their task was to remove every

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The Gunnison High School wrestling room was filled Thursday night with young, bright smiles, laughter and good times. It wasn’t the Cowboys who were filling the scene. Rather, these wrestlers

High profile murder trial lands locally

Hundreds of Gunnison County residents were summoned for jury selection this week in the trial of a woman accused in the 2017 deaths of two young sisters. Madani Ceus was

Home prices climb, inventory declines

When Anton Sinkewich accepted his position as the Community Development director in Gunnison and moved his family to the valley, he initially hoped to purchase a home in the city’s

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Following an international organization’s report about how climate change is impacting mountain areas, Gunnison County and municipal leaders are collaborating on a regional plan of attack and soliciting input from

2019 The year in review

Another year has come and gone in the Gunnison Valley. And from natural disasters to plans for new construction and tough topics tackled by local leaders, there was no shortage

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