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Chhun Sun

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Chhun Sun covers high school sports, public safety, and general assignments for The Gazette. The Thailand-born, Cambodian-American joined the newspaper's staff in 2015. He previously worked at publications in California, Utah, Washington and the countries of Cambodia and Azerbaijan. He can be reached at chhun.sun@gazette.com or by phone at 719-636-0235. Follow him on Twitter at @chhunsun.

Cloudy skies made for a chance of storms Wednesday afternoon. (Lindsey Smith, The Gazette)
A photo illustration of the Girls' Tennis Singles Peak Performer of the Year 2018 Corey Patton Lossner of Cheyenne Mountain. The poster was inspired by her choice of movie 'Kill Bill' (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).
A photo illustration of the Girls' Tennis Doubles Peak Performers of the Year 2018 Jensen Enterman and Taylor Heinicke of Cheyenne Mountain. The poster was inspired by their choice of movie 'Clueless' (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).
Polaris Slingshot
Although winds and temperatures were high, very similar to the day of 117 Fire, residents of Hanover celebrated community with their annual Hanover Days this weekend. Chet Moyer drives a 1943 John Deere tractor during a tractor pull at the event on Sunday, June 10, 2018. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
CMHS Coach
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 8, 2003, Cheyenne Mountain High School coach Dave Adams watches over his players during their last practice before attempting to win their 12th straight state tennis championship in Pueblo on Thursday. Adams has been the tennis coach at Cheyenne Mountain since 1987...by Kevin Kreck
Warrior Games
Wheelchair rugby was one of the events that the public got a chance to tryout at the Expo at the Warrior Games at the Air Force Academy on Sunday, June 3, 2018. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Michael Onorato. Photo courtesy Colorado Department of Corrections.
This Canada goose was seen Tuesday at Kissing Camels Golf Course in Colorado Springs with a blow dart still hanging from the base of its neck. Photo courtesy Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
CSPD is investigating a suspicious death at Beverly Place, a northeast Colorado Springs apartment complex. Photo by Chhun Sun, The Gazette.