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GHS Boys Basketball — Moving can be an exciting time for a person. There are opportunities to make new friends, see new places and compete on new teams. By the

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Small but mighty. Ingrid Butts — head coach of the Gunnison Junior Nordic Team and former Olympian — used those words to describe this season's roster as the team looks

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2017 was a year for runners in the Gunnison Valley. Records fell, and championships were claimed. Additionally, two Western State Colorado University alumni took their talents to the big stage

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“Now we can finally play,” a group member states as the last player of “Old Man Noon Hoops” group walks onto the basketball court. Eager to get the contest underway,

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The icy wind brushing across your face. The smell of the great outdoors. And, of course, not having to skate in circles on a small rink. These are just some

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CBHS Hockey — The Crested Butte Titans continued their winning ways this past weekend, defeating the Mullen Mustangs in a two-game home stand to extend their record to 5-0. In

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GHS Boys Basketball — After a long, five-game road trip, Gunnison High School (GHS) boys basketball team returned home to a packed house as they took on Norwood this past

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GHS Wrestling — Van Hee. The name has been associated with wrestling in the Gunnison Valley since 1990. Miles Van Hee — Western State Colorado University’s former coach — started

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GHS Girls Basketball — Missed free throws can cost a team when the game is on the line. The Gunnison High School (GHS) girls basketball team learned as much this

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The year was 1994, and it was memorable for many reasons. The Northridge Earthquake shook Los Angeles, killing 57 people. Former President Richard Nixon died at 81, and O.J. Simpson

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