Public House, 202 Elk Ave in Crested Butte. Doors at 7 p.m., $15 cover. Live music! All proceeds go to local families in need. 

Crested Butte Hockey — The Crested Butte Titans varsity hockey team travelled to Denver to take on the Castle View Sabercats Feb. 9-10. The two teams entered the matchup with nearly identical records, each team with eight league wins.

For the sixth time this season, a game for the U19 West Elk Hockey Association ended in a tie on Sunday. The Wolverines hosted Vail for their final home games this past weekend but were unable to come away with a win.

Brandon Warr

Times Staff Writer

Pick up the gloves and lace up those boots, because the Gunnison Parks and Recreation Department is now offering boxing classes for beginner and experienced women.

Feb. 12 is well known as the birthday of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. Few are aware, however, that Lincoln shared his birthday (both the day and year, 1809) with another famous figure, the father of evolutionary biology, Charles Darwin.

A long-held criticism of us crusty journalists is that we dwell on doom and gloom and that not enough stories are covered about things that actually go well.

The old joke states this is a headline you’ll never see: “Plane lands safely.”

The degree of acceptable density continues to be a sticking point for aff ordable housing projects at the north end of the Gunnison Valley.

Commercial property owners in Gunnison may have received quite a surprise in recent weeks upon opening their tax bills. Some are significantly higher than years past, while others are lower.

Into the Woods gift shop owner Wayne Castka doles out beads during the inaugural Gunni-Gras Parade along Main Street Tuesday. Castka was crowned “king” of the Mardi Gras-themed event.