Connor McGurk graduated from the University of Kentucky this past May with a dual degree in economics and finance. Yet, drawn by the magic of the mountains, McGurk and his girlfriend moved to the Gunnison Valley.

For a century, Gunnison Community Church has been offering hope, love, deliverance and fellowship — an unchanged message in a changing community and world. It’s one that has resonated with

Often, the best solutions to a problem lie in time-tested approaches. In this case, that means turning to a form of transportation more common in a bygone era. Organizers of

From stepping into new playing opportunities to an out-of-the-ordinary, jungle-themed show, creativity is in no short supply for the Gunnison High School (GHS) marching band this season. The band was dealt

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

Conservationists, members of Congress and other agencies celebrated a new addition to one of America’s hidden gems last week west of Gunnison. The addition includes 2,949 acres within the Black

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,

Veteran volunteer firefighter Chuck Haus was tired. The Sunday after Cattlemen’s Days should come as a relief when your children are involved in 4-H Livestock Show and Auction and other

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

For two years, Bill Baker looked high and low for a 1957 Chevrolet Nomad — a vehicle that from its outward appearance seems ordinary: a two-door station wagon that possessed

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