Special Cattlemen's Days edition of the Gunnison Country Times. Originally 32 pages of articles on Cattlemen's Days history, schedule of events, and local advertisements. Cover missing, begins on page 3, ends on page 28, pages 29-30 partially present but cut apart.
Special Edition newspaper printed by the Gunnison Country Times in July, 2000. 44 pages, divided into two sections, covers of each section printed in color, contains articles on history of Cattlemen's Days, event schedules, and local advertisements.
This is the last issue of the Pando Mountain Ear. Pando, Colorado is now another remnant of another era in the Colorado high country. The name "pando" is Spanish for "slow of motion" when related to running waters; many think it is named after the Eagle River, although there is no definitive answer.
Pando was a small pioneer town until the 1940s, when Camp Hale was built just north of the town during World War II. For many years, it boasted its...
Special Cattlemen's Days 2003 insert for the Gunnison Country Times. 28 pages of articles on Cattlemen's Days history, schedule of events, and local advertisements. Cover and center page printed in color.
20 page newspaper insert, black and white but with a color image on cover. Includes articles about Cattlemen's Days and Gunnison area history, schedule of events, and advertisements for local businesses.
16 page newspaper insert, black and white but with color image on cover. Contains articles about Cattlemen's Days and local history, advertisements for local businesses, and a schedule of events for 1995 Cattlemen's Days.