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Gunnison Giddyup

The Student News Site of Gunnison High School

Gunnison Giddyup

The Student News Site of Gunnison High School

Gunnison Giddyup

Proposition F.F set to bring free lunches back

Arno Mortensen, News Editor December 17, 2022

On Tuesday, November 8th Colorado residents had the option to vote for proposition FF, a proposition which would impact all student lunches by giving an extra 100,727,820$ to fund schools across Colorado...

Athlete Spotlight

Kylee McDougal , Sports Editor November 11, 2022

George Haddaway  George Haddaway, a Junior at Gunnison High School ( GHS ), is currently participating in his 3rd year of Football. Haddaway started his football career his freshman year, and has loved...

The GHS juniors (class of 2026) moments before lighting the G

Lighting of The G and Evening at I Bar Ranch

Lee Brunsting, Editor October 6, 2022

The lighting of the G on the hillside south of Western and the bonfire at the I Bar Ranch(east of town) took place on Thursday the 29th of September this year. This is a long running school tradition at...

You can’t put a price on talent…

Allie Schwartz May 7, 2022

The Gunnison School District is full of talent, from snowboarding to comedy. This quarter, the Crested Butte student council hosted a valley wide talent show for highschool students with a grand prize...

Thank you Teachers

April 14, 2022

Though students are regularly recognized for their accomplishments and hard work, teachers are often overlooked for their dedication. To spread some love to those who do so much for us, here are some of...

The Great Flood Of January 31

Ben Lapello and Allie Schwartz February 8, 2022

Imagine this — the bell just rings for lunch; as you are walking down the hall, the fire alarm begins to blare and you hear someone screaming for a bucket; the distant sound of a water pouring onto the...

From a teacher’s perspective

Allie Schwartz, Managing Editor September 20, 2021

Bob Howard has lived in the Gunnison Valley his entire life. Howard graduated from GHS in 1987 and later became a teacher and coach of various Cowboy athletic teams. At the time of the crash, however,...

Riding for remembrance

Riley Murphy, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2021

Marshall, a GHS graduate of 1974, is a devoted member of the 1971 GHS Football Memorial Foundation. Today he uses his voice to spread awareness for bus safety after his experience with this tragic event...

Learning to look back

Lydia Starinieri, Staff Writer September 3, 2021

Fifty years ago eight students and a coach died in a horrific bus crash on Monarch Pass, and GHS commemorated this event throughout Homecoming week.  While most of the students at GHS are aware of...

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