Sunday, April 1

American Legion Easter Egg Hunt

Legion Park, Gunnison

Noon petting zoo, hunt 1 p.m.

Saturday, March 31

Smooth Hound Smith

Public House

8 p.m.



It’s not unusual to feel overwhelmed, heartbroken, overjoyed, angry or grief stricken. Those feelings are what make us human, but what’s more interesting is what we do with those emotions.

Free-standing garages in backyards across the City of Gunnison may offer multiple benefits, including helping a homeowner make his mortgage payment while easing a tight rental housing market. Planners are

GHS Baseball — The Gunnison High School (GHS) baseball team hit a bump in their season this past weekend, dropping three games at La Junta High School in tournament play.

Mother Nature delivered the worst of all situations to racers in the 21st annual Grand Traverse ski race this past weekend. But in typical fashion for many of the die-hard athletes who toed the line for this monumental undertaking, they made the best of the situation.

The goal: attract a minimum of five companies to the Gunnison Valley with an annual revenue of $10 million within the next seven years.

That’s one objective within a plan for greater economic prosperity and diversification as outlined in the One Valley Prosperity Project.

The final report from an effort led by business owners intended to spur “vibrancy” downtown landed on the desk of Gunnison City Council this week. Yet, the biggest question in the wake of the Gunnison Vibrancy Initiative (GVI) is how to pay for its findings.