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Mental health help not always easy  Gunnison Country Times

Editor's note: This article is the second in a three-part series examining mental health problems and available services in the Gunnison Valley.) Gunnison's ...



New faces on the GHS gridiron  Gunnison Country Times

The first year for a new coaching staff can be a little rough — especially when you're understaffed. The Gunnison High School (GHS) football program can relate.



A step above  Gunnison Country Times

Chris Harris Jr. of the Denver Broncos is getting a kick out of his new cleats — designed by Gunnison High School (GHS) student Morgan Crosby.



Cowboys earn first win of season  Gunnison Country Times

GHS Football — It was a long time coming, but the Gunnison High School (GHS) football program earned their first win of the season — and first victory in nearly ...



County Attorney: Additional victims come forward in Gunnison High School sexual assault case  KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City

SANPETE COUNTY, Utah -- The Sanpete County Attorney says additional victims have come forward in a sexual assault case where a student allegedly ...



In a field of their own  Gunnison Country Times

In order for a team to survive, it needs a pool of other programs with which to compete. But when a program is forced to travel into neighboring states for ...



Suspect Arrested After Threat Forces Lockout At Gunnison, Crested Butte Schools  CBS Local

GUNNISON, Colo. (CBS4) – A suspect was arrested after threatening statements were made at Gunnison High School. Officers arrested Patrick Robinson near ...



School psychologist sentenced  Crested Butte News

Successful completion of 90-day sober living will suspend 30 days of jail time. By Cayla Vidmar. Former Gunnison Watershed School District psychologist ...



Future bright for Cowboys football  Gunnison Country Times

GMS Football — Thirteen Gunnison Middle School (GMS) eighth grade football players toed the line Tuesday in what would be the final game of their middle ...



Gunnison football forced to drop varsity program  Crested Butte News

Still have full JV schedule. by Than Acuff. With low numbers and a young team, Gunnison High School has decided to pare down the football program to just JV ...



Charles Robert 'Bob' Irby  Gunnison Country Times

Charles Robert Irby, known to friends as “Bob,” passed away on Nov. 4 at the Gunnison Valley Senior Health Care Center. He was born to Bernard and Irma Irby ...



Low numbers leave Ignacio varsity football in jeopardy in 2018  The Durango Herald

Ignacio High School may not have varsity football in 2018 if more players do not show interest.



Investigating death, learning about life  Gunnison Country Times

It's a job that few dream of having. Yet, to Deputy Coroner Michael Barnes, becoming Gunnison County's chief death investigator is an opportunity to show ...



Paul Guerrieri  Gunnison Country Times

Paul Guerrieri, a resident of Pueblo West, Colo., passed away on Oct. 16. He was born on Feb. 4, 1942 in Crested Butte to Albert and Louise Guerrieri.



Runners' eyes on the prize  Gunnison Country Times

GHS Cross Country — The Gunnison High School (GHS) cross country team took care of business once again this past Friday at the Eric Wolff Invitational ...



2018 ELECTION RESULTS  Gunnison Country Times

Complete unofficial election results for Tuesday's election in Gunnison County were released at about 5 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. Results are as follows.



New superintendent for RE1J school district  Crested Butte News

Nichols to take over this summer. By Aimee Eaton. Dr. Leslie Nichols, the current superintendent of the Hinsdale County School District and principal of the Lake ...



School psychologist arrested for making threat appears in court  Gunnison Country Times

A Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District employee arrested Thursday after allegedly making a threatening statement appeared in court early Friday ...



High school students in Gunnison submit ‘denial,’ or ‘not guilty’ pleas for multiple sexual assault charges  KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City

SANPETE COUNTY, Utah -- Three juveniles submitted denials, the equivalent of not guilty pleas in adult court, after multiple charges of sexual abuse against ...



Names released in Hwy. 135 shooting  Gunnison Country Times

A Colorado State Patrol (CSP) officer has been put on paid administrative leave as per policy following an officer-involved shooting on Hwy. 135 last Thursday ...



Lawsuit claims Utah school district fostered environment allowing sexual assault, harassment of victim who spoke up  KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City

SANPETE COUNTY, Utah -- A lawsuit has been filed against South Sanpete School District alleging they fostered an environment that allowed a teenage boy to ...



Gunnison's Fourth fireworks show goes on  Gunnison Country Times

Bummed out by the fire ban? Depressed over dry conditions? Despite Stage 2 fire restrictions throughout the county and the cancellation of this year's fireworks ...



RE1J employee alleged to have threatened shooting  Gunnison Country Times

Somebody's gonna get shot” were the words that sparked a “lockout” of local schools last Thursday and resulted in the arrest of a longtime Gunnison Watershed ...



Cowboys drop first league games  Gunnison Country Times

GHS Softball — After starting the 2018 season on a hot streak, the Gunnison High School (GHS) softball team has cooled off. GHS lost league games to ...



Warning signs evident before school lock-out  Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison Police Department reports indicate several red flags were raised in recent years involving a man whose alleged threat last month led to the lock-out of ...



RE1J makes 'super' hire  Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison Watershed RE1J School District leaders have hired a new superintendent — and she hails from right here in the Gunnison Basin. The RE1J School ...



Former Gunnison CPA sentenced to 24 years in prison  Gunnison Country Times

A Ponzi scheme that swindled unsuspecting investors out of millions of dollars has landed a former Gunnison accountant behind bars. District Court Judge J.



Young wrestlers seeing success  Gunnison Country Times

Brandon Warr Times Staff Writer Rekindling a sport that's lost momentum in recent years.



GHS' Duke overcomes the odds  Gunnison Country Times

It is never too late to start playing hockey. That is what Gunnison High School senior Alexis Duke believes after recently earning multiple offers to play Division III ...



Charles Dan Pierce  Gunnison Country Times

Charles Dan Pierce, age 70, of Gunnison passed away peacefully Monday, Nov. 12 at his home in Gunnison. A Colorado native, he graduated from Western ...



Property tax measure moves closer to ballot  Gunnison Country Times

Thus far, two government partners have approved allowing the Gunnison Valley Regional Housing Authority (GVRHA) to pursue a property tax increase on this ...



George Means  Gunnison Country Times

Makin' tracks or sleepin', George Ernest Means filled 92 years just as full as can be. Born in Moffat in 1926 to Ernest and Ida Means, George hit the ground at a ...



Gunnison Rising receives new look | Gunnison Times  Gunnison Country Times

Gone are a “big box” store and monolithic housing options. A revamped design for the Gunnison Rising annexation calls for diverse homes, a walkable ...



Big wins in county races  Gunnison Country Times

The only two contested races for elected leaders in Gunnison County resulted in landslide victories for Democratic candidates.



Cowboys notch double OT win  Gunnison Country Times

GHS Boys Basketball — With 1.7 seconds left on the clock, the Gunnison High School (GHS) boys basketball team had an opportunity to seal the win against ...



Fire restrictions rolled back  Gunnison Country Times

Stage 2 fire restrictions are no longer in effect in Gunnison County.



New Monarch bus service this winter  Gunnison Country Times

Have you ever longed for a powder day at Monarch Mountain but lacked an ability to get there beyond throwing a thumb out?



Stingrays make big splash in home meet  Gunnison Country Times

Qualifying time. First place. Second place. Third place. They're words one may here when talking or reading about the Gunnison Stingrays swim program — and ...



James “Jim” Lowell Dotts  Gunnison Country Times

How lucky are we to have someone that makes saying goodbye so hard.” -A. A. Milne James “Jim” Lowell Dotts found peace in Sun City, Ariz., on Oct. 17 at the ...



GHS skiers back on the slopes  Gunnison Country Times

Brandon Warr Times Staff Writer Lily Redden and Ashley MacLennan know just how much a year of competition under the belt can aid an athlete.



Holiday tragedy unfolds on Hwy. 135  Gunnison Country Times

The Thanksgiving holiday turned tragic last week when a Mancos, Colo., man was shot and killed by a Colorado State Patrol officer along Hwy. 135 south of ...



SO turnover under scrutiny  Gunnison Country Times

Is it a matter of leadership style, simple economics or reflective of a national trend? The rate of turnover within the Gunnison County Sheriff's Office is shaping up ...



Western eyes return to winning ways  Gunnison Country Times

The Western State Colorado University football program was back on the gridiron on Monday, Aug. 6 in preparation for the season ahead. The Mountaineers will ...



IOOF Park plan approved  Gunnison Country Times

A park located on the corner of Main Street and Virginia Avenue has been a mainstay for the Gunnison Farmers Market and other community events for years.



Bonnie Sue Cook  Gunnison Country Times

It is with deep sorrow and heavy hearts that we inform you that we have lost our beloved wife, mother and friend, Bonnie Sue Cook. Bonnie lost her long fight ...



Gunnison and the Great Influenza | Gunnison Times  Gunnison Country Times

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Great Influenza. Often referred to as the “Spanish Flu” because early cases were in Spain, the first documented ...



Next generation of nurses  Gunnison Country Times

Jordan Grosse holds an infant at the Children's Hospital in Denver, where she works. Grosse is among a group of young women who grew up in Gunnison ...



Little Blue Ck. Canyon closure slated for 2020  Gunnison Country Times

Prepare to be detoured traveling Hwy. 50 between Gunnison and Montrose in 2020. Proposed improvements to a 3.8 mile stretch of the highway in what's ...



Drought drains Blue Mesa to a puddle  Gunnison Country Times

A drive along Hwy. 50 west of Gunnison offers a telling glimpse of the effects of drought. Colorado's largest man-made body of water — Blue Mesa Reservoir ...



All options on the table for new library facilities  Gunnison Country Times

The Gunnison County Library District is beginning a public input process to receive feedback from community members about what they would like to see in a ...



City's first fire marshal riding off into sunset  Gunnison Country Times

There are many words used to describe Dennis Spritzer: Musician. Practical joker. Kind. Hardworking. Ornery. Teacher. Friend. Spritzer is a familiar name in the ...



Flames engulf home along Hwy. 135  Gunnison Country Times

The sight of flames and billowing smoke stopped traffic along Hwy. 135 about a mile north of Gunnison Tuesday evening. It is believed an explosion in a garage ...



NPS issues water quality advisory for Blue Mesa Reservoir  Gunnison Country Times

The National Park *Service* (NPS) has sampled, analyzed and determined the presence of cyanotoxins in the Iola Basin section of Blue Mesa Reservoir in ...



Fairgrounds transformation underway  Gunnison Country Times

For the better part of a century the racetrack at the Gunnison County Fairgrounds has been a key part of Cattlemen's Days and other equine activities.



Cowboys reaching for the top  Gunnison Country Times

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



Becky Griffith  Gunnison Country Times

Becky Griffith lived in the Gunnison area for 20-plus years. She passed away Thursday, Nov. 15 in Decatur, Texas. She was a light in many lives there.



An entertainment entrepreneur  Gunnison Country Times

In 2012, Bryan Wickenhauser was struck with one of those rare lightbulb moments — one that would change the course of his career. While driving home from a ...



Charges stand in Millison murder case  Gunnison Country Times

Reasonable belief” versus “beyond a reasonable doubt” — the difference between the two is enough to proceed with first-degree murder and other charges ...



Hope in a new season — and era  Gunnison Country Times

The sun rose Thanksgiving morning to an eerie silence at the base of Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR). After crawling out of bed before the rooster ...



Mental health services to expand northward  Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison Valley Health and the Center for Mental Health are partnering by renovating the Ore Bucket Building, seen here, in Crested Butte to provide mental ...



Sidney Dickinson  Gunnison Country Times

Sidney H. Dickinson passed away peacefully at his home in Gunnison on Thursday, April 12. He was born April 8, 1929 in Salida. Sid is preceded in death by ...



Fire restrictions approved for Gunnison County | Gunnison  Gunnison Country Times

Gunnison County Commissioners voted unanimously this week to enact “Stage 1” fire restrictions. The partial fire ban impacts all of Gunnison County ...



No call on the Gunnison Tunnel | Gunnison  Gunnison Country Times

Despite conditions this year that mirror the 2002 drought, some water users in the Upper Gunnison River Basin can rest easy — for now.



Vicki Carol Goss (Leon)  Gunnison Country Times

Vicki Carol Goss (Leon), was born Oct. 10, 1948 to Dan and Martha Leon of Delta, Colo. She grew up in Delta and graduated from high school in 1967.



Konsella earns TrailQuest crown  Gunnison Country Times

Scratches on top of scratches is the price Brittany Konsella has paid for her title as the queen of TrailQuest.



Nicole Albin Dust  Gunnison Country Times

Nicole Albin Dust (Nikki), age 34, passed away peacefully on April 26 in Longmont with her sister Ashley by her side. She was born in Hartford, Conn., and ...



John Marvin (Pappy) Goolsby (November 20, 1939 — November 10, 2018)  Glenwood Springs Post Independent

John was born in Pitkin, Colorado, to Lola and Luther Goolsby. He grew up in Gunnison and graduated from Gunnison High School in 1957. John met Peggy ...



GOP hopeful emerges for BOCC  Gunnison Country Times

A race has materialized for the Gunnison County Commission seat representing the north end of the valley. Bob Schutt announced this week his candidacy.



Who's next to test the Titans?  Gunnison Country Times

CBHS Soccer — A week off may have hurt the Crested Butte High School (CBHS) girls soccer team. After all, the Titans only narrowly defeated the Telluride ...



Titans soccer keeps rolling with two more wins  Crested Butte News

Edge out win against tough Alamosa team. by Than Acuff. It was two years in the making and in the end it was all worth it, as the Crested Butte Titans soccer ...



Fire breaks out at popular Mexican restaurant  Gunnison Country Times

A long-established Mexican restaurant in Gunnison received significant damage during the early morning hours Tuesday, Feb. 20 as a result of fire.



Sunshine's 'fourteener' status in question  Gunnison Country Times

This image of Sunshine Peak (at right) was taken from nearby Redcloud Peak. Sunshine's status as a “fourteener” may be in jeopardy based on an updated ...



Right under their noses  Gunnison Country Times

It's not uncommon to hear about teens engaging in risky behavior. Smoking and substance use among young adults have made headlines for decades. But what ...



Camaraderie on klunkers  Gunnison Country Times

Once again, Crested Butte's rich and long history in mountain biking came to life this past Saturday and Sunday with the annual Pearl Pass to Aspen Klunker ...



A fresh start for GHS brothers  Gunnison Country Times

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.



Idyllic ranch rocked by murder  Gunnison Country Times

Acting on a tip, authorities were preparing to search Deborah Rudibaugh's 7-11 Ranch in the shadow of Indian Head Rock near Parlin last July when they ...



Squad rebounds from summer struggles  Gunnison Country Times

Top: (L,r) Aidan Hulbert, Quentin Richter, (Head Coach) - Christopher Low, Nicolas Bifano, Kelita Baroumbaye (Manager) - Hunter Mears Bottom: (L,r) Gage ...



Vail Resorts to purchase Crested Butte Mountain Resort  Gunnison Country Times

Ownership of Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) is soon to change. Vail Resorts has entered into an agreement to purchase CBMR and its two sister ski ...



Patsy Ruth Howard Brown  Gunnison Country Times

Patsy Ruth Howard Brown passed away peacefully surrounded by her family at the age of 85 on Feb. 13 in Plano, Texas while spending the winter with her ...



GHS girls bounced out of playoffs  Gunnison Country Times

GHS Girls Basketball — The Gunnison High School (GHS) girls basketball team's season ended on a sad note Tuesday night. GHS fell to the Delta Panthers in ...



Candidates emerge for county offices  Gunnison Country Times

With election season looming, additional candidates have emerged for county offices in hopes of winning voter approval this coming November.



Benchtalk April 6  Crested Butte News

End of the season party with Dead Head Ed. Dead Head Ed is hosting his 10th Annual End of the Season Party at the Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 7.



Home-trail advantage  Gunnison Country Times

Six bikers jockeyed for position for miles as Dave Wiens — founder of Gunnison Trails and, by extension, the race in which he was riding — fought to take, and ...



Three athletes, relay team bound for state  Gunnison Country Times

GHS Track and Field — With the final invitational of the season wrapped up, the Gunnison High School (GHS) track and field team will take three runners and ...



Colorado Crash Changed How School Buses Are Made  CBS Local

By Rick Sallinger. DENVER (CBS4) – It was 1971 when brake failure led to a school bus crash on Monarch Pass killing eight students and a coach from the ...



Mountain lions sighted north of Gunnison | Gunnison Times  Gunnison Country Times

An attack of a family pet early this week by a mountain lion as well as multiple sightings of a cat in recent days has led authorities to urge caution.



Bennet tackles locals' questions  Gunnison Country Times

From immigration to the Second Amendment and the Environmental Protection Agency to Social Security, a wide range of questions were posed to U.S. Sen.



Sandoval II stepping up as a freshman  Gunnison Country Times

Western Wrestling — Setting the tone. Jody Sandoval II, did exactly that in his first collegiate match for Western State Colorado University as he pinned a ...



Tom Flynn  Gunnison Country Times

Tom was born on Oct. 20, 1976 in Denver to Thomas E. Flynn and Sherry I. Chappell. Tom is survived by parents; grandmother, Adelaide Bean; siblings, Kevin ...



Florence Huskies wrestling to host Lamar on Thursday night  Canon City Daily Record

FLORENCE — The Bob Masse led Huskies are set to host the Lamar Savages this Thursday at Florence High School.



Swimmers go distance at State Long-course  Gunnison Country Times

Simply making it to state is an impressive feat to add to an athletic resume. While winning a state championship is the ultimate goal for an athlete, you can't win ...



Smith returns to world ski-mo stage  Gunnison Country Times

From skiing on small hills in Illinois to competing in the Ski Mountaineering World Cup in Italy, Western State Colorado University graduate Cameron Smith has ...



Nikki Dust (Albin)  Gunnison Country Times

Nikki Dust (Albin) passed away on April 26, 2018. Please join us for her memorial on Saturday, July 28 at Bills Park located at 400 West Georgia in Gunnison, ...



One person booked into jail after missing Gunnison teen found safe in Cedar City  fox13now.com

GUNNISON VALLEY, Utah -- One person has been booked into jail in southern Utah after a 17-year-old girl who was reported missing out of Gunnison Valley ...



Love takes stage for Christmas  Gunnison Country Times

Ceara Smith (L-r) Molly Talbot, Lydia Loken and Lily Pierson play the parts of Love, Sally and Jack Skellington, respectively, in High Attitude Dance Academy's ...



Water users eye sky  Gunnison Country Times

It was a year many remember vividly for its dryness. In fact, the 2002 drought even made national headlines. Locally, Blue Mesa Reservoir was a mere puddle of ...



Utah boy, 16, is arrested for sexually assaulting 10 fellow students  Daily Mail

The 16-year-old boy, who has not been named publicly, is a student at Gunnison Valley High School in Gunnison, central Utah. He is alleged to have assaulted ...



Benchtalk: May 11, 2018  Crested Butte News

Girls soccer state game this Friday! The Titans girls soccer team is the fourth ranked team in Colorado and is hosting a state playoff game at the Gunnison high ...



Profile: Jackson Irby  Crested Butte News

Traditions. by Dawne Belloise. Jackson Irby is out “mutton bustin',” which doesn't mean he's bustin' someone's chops. Instead, it's an actual rodeo event ...



BLM makes case for Signal Peak plan  Gunnison Country Times

BLM Gunnison Field Office Manager Elijah Waters discusses the agency's “preferred alternative” for Signal Peak-area trails with wildlife advocate Navid Navidi.



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