Friday Night Fish Fry

Friday, March 23

Friday Night Fish Fry

Queen of All Saints Parish Hall

405 Sopris, CB

6 p.m.
$15 adults, $7 kids 6+


Oscar Short Film Nights (GAC)

Thursday, March 22-24

Oscar Short Film Nights

Gunnison Arts Center

7 p.m.
$10/ night, $25 for 3 nights


Tomorrow at midnight, I will stand alongside 464 skiers preparing to make the 40-mile, middle-of-the-night trek, complete with 6,800 vertical feet of climbing, from Crested Butte to Aspen as part of the 21st Grand Traverse.

Western Track and Field — After winning seven national titles — including five indoor — Alicja Konieczek can say that she’s managed to achieve her goals since arriving at Western State Colorado University.

GHS Baseball — The Gunnison High School (GHS) baseball team nearly went into spring break with an undefeated record. However, the Cowboys came up short in their second game of a double-header this past Saturday.

A race has materialized for the Gunnison County Commission seat representing the north end of the valley. Bob Schutt announced this week his candidacy.

River access and riparian habitat in Gunnison County is slated to receive a big boost from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), which announced last week an award of $30,000 for the Shady Island River Park.

As ski areas across the West pick sides in a pass battle led by large resorts, alliances are shifting closer to home.

Edna Mae Fry passed away on March 13. Edna was born on Nov. 29, 1926 in Paonia, Colo., and moved to Gunnison at the age of 11. She married Keith Fry (deceased) on June 16, 1946 following WWII.