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Emma Coburn dominated the 3,000-meter steeplechase once again this past weekend at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. The former Crested Butte High School standout

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GHS Football — With summer nearing an end, the Gunnison High School football team is back on the gridiron preparing for the season ahead — with two new coaches added

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Getting every child in the Gunnison Valley on “board” — a skateboard, that is — is the goal of an effort underway at Gunnison’s Wheelies and Waves. Skateboarding — as

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Savannah Tice’s duties were split this past weekend between serving as an assistant coach for the Gunnison Stingrays while at the same time striving to post gains in the pool

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With two outs, runners on second and third and a two-run lead, the U11-U12 Gunnison black team needed one more out this past Friday to be crowned 2019 Cal Ripken

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Western Women’s Soccer — Change can be tough to swallow at times. However, Western Colorado University leaders appear to have made the best of an announcement last year that would

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With the first of many state meets on the horizon for the Gunnison Stingrays, it’s crunch time. The squad now has four swimmers qualified for the 13-and-over Long Course State

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Former Western Colorado University track and cross country standout Alicja Konieczek added another award to her trophy case on Thursday, July 11. She competed in the World University Games in

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Brandon Warr Times Staff Writer Few would disagree: The 1960s were a simpler time. Instead of video games and other forms of electronic media consuming the time of children, they

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Getting lost while trying to enjoy a trail hike is never fun. It could be dangerous and result in being forced to spend a night alone, in the unforgiving Colorado

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