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BCHA proposes affordable housing in Ned

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Many thanks to Lawlor

Dear Editor,   This letter is long overdue.     Many, many thanks to Barbara Lawlor for her tireless work at The Mountain-Ear. For years we have appreciated her journalism ...

State of Central City addressed

John Scarffe, Central City. The city manager and aldermen of the City of Central presented the second annual State of the City at the Elks Lodge on Main Street on Tuesday, January 17, ...

Support of Coach Jones

Dear Nederland Middle Senior High and the BVSD school board, My name is Barbara Wein.   After recently learning about the dismissal of Aaron Jones, my mood immediately plummeted.  ...

A review of the Stage Stop

  Pine Apple, Rollinsville.  We braved cold icy roads in a blustering blizzard to partake in a few courses at the legendary Stage Stop in Rollinsville, just off Hwy 119.   Walls ...

Stunning art dresses up community center

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Raising Screenagers

Ann Sherman, Nederland.   “Turn off your computer game and come help do the dishes!”  I hollered upstairs to my son.   “Quit playing around on your cellphone and try talking ...

Mountain housing

Dear Editor, Caribou Ridge was to be a For Sale luxury housing development of 10,000 square ft. houses with up to 3,000 square ft. guest houses on 10 acres.  That wasn’t lucrative, ...

The revolving door of Peak to Peak vets

  Barbara Lawlor, Nederland.  In 1985, Nederland gave birth to a bank, a shopping center and a second veterinary office. The town was on the early cusp of growth and with the new ...
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