The first book I ever read by Ursula K. Le Guin was “The Left Hand of Darkness.” Genly Ai, an ambassador from earth, visits the planet of Gethen, where its alien inhabitants are neither male nor female, except once a month for their reproduction phase called “kemmer.”
A clear sign of compromise just might be a lack of complete satisfaction on either side of a controversial issue. We see as much in the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) “preferred alternative” for Signal Peak-area trails.
Morgan Dominguez is among a large contingent of Gunnison High School swimmers headed to the State Championship meet in the Denver area this weekend. Here, Dominguez is pictured competing at the regional meet at Colorado Mesa University last Saturday.
Gunnison High School’s gym, the “Home of the Cowboys,” has undergone a makeover recently. Led by the re-established Cowboy Club (formerly called Booster Club) and assisted by many student and parent volunteers, the gym has a new design and signage, all aimed at increasing school spirit.
Barbara Sprinkle of Cassville, Mo. passed away peacefully at Circle of Life Hospice in Bentonville, Ark. surrounded by family on Jan. 26. Barbara was born June 6, 1941, in Colby, Kan. to Ward and Alma (Plympton) Adams.