Elk Avenue should be fixed by end of the month unless...
There are still some lingering reminders of the Whatever USA Bud Light event held ten days ago in the upper valley. Some reminders will linger longer than others, such as the lone blue light pole at Second and Elk. Others should be gone before the end of the month, such as the half-milled, half blue section of Elk Avenue.
The Gunnison County Community Development Department has written a set of regulations to govern the development of commercial geothermal power plants, in anticipation of some future development in the in the vicinity of Waunita Hot Springs and Tomichi Dome, east of the city of Gunnison.
Despite the last several weeks of excitement and partying, summer is winding down and the quiet of fall is coming quickly to Crested Butte and the upper valley. Town is emptying of visitors, and the backcountry is beckoning locals with promises of solitude, adventure and wildness. It’s time to get out there, time to celebrate wilderness.
CAST says ski industry may be in trouble but CBMR ready to adjust
Written by Aimee Eaton
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Looking for authenticity
In a recent discussion about the changing demographics of the ski industry, the Colorado Association of Ski Towns (CAST) determined that not only is the number of skiers and snowboarders hitting the slopes these days falling, but also that the Millennial generation—18- to 33-year-olds—is likely more interested in technology than in powder shots.