The four owners of the 14-acre Brush Creek parcel south of Crested Butte and representatives from Gatesco, the developer of a possible workforce housing project, met Tuesday night.
The community is making good use of a new Crested Butte facility for the Center for Mental Health — so much so that the staff there is looking to increase services in order to better meet the demand.
Listen to an interview with meteorologist and skier Joel Gratz about the end of the most recent El Nino system, and what that might mean for snowfall next ski season.
Ahead of the launch of a new school year in the Gunnison Valley, Superintendent Leslie Nichols is confident that the Gunnison Watershed School District is prepared to respond appropriately to emergencies including the possibility of gun violence.
CRESTED BUTTE — Crested Butte is jammed with visitors during this former mining town’s busiest time of year. Impatient drivers fume on the clogged 15-mile-per-hour streets. Lines string out of restaurant doors.
Cottonwood Pass opened for the first time in three years, connecting Buena Vista to Gunnison County. The extensive construction project is not yet completed, with portions of the road still unpaved and one-lane traffic resulting in lengthy delays.
Startup Colorado once served the Front Range. Today, it’s focus is on rural Colorado.
Dr. Hausdoerffer shares all that’s new with the Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Western Colorado University.
This week the Gunnison Board of County Commissioners extended a deadline for a controversial housing project just south of Crested Butte. Along with a one-year extension, the County imposed what some called a hard stop on the project that would halt operations unless three of the four owners of the land can come to a consensus.
The Town Council of Crested Butte has opted to give the developer of affordable housing units in the Paradise Park subdivision another two weeks to finalize a bond for Phase 2 of the project.