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Hanging on to history

Barbara Lawlor, Cardinal. Boulder County Open Space employee Holly O’Brien hefted the heavy metal post hole digger and punched into the rock-laden soil next to a collapsed shed. The ...
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Gilpin County News : The future of our local wilderness

Roger Baker, Gilpin County Manager. The proposed recreational shooting site along West Magnolia Road in Boulder County has raised concerns about mountain recreation activities, but ...
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Champs take championship at tourney

     Barbara Lawlor, Gilpin County. Three years in a row. After a close season, with the top two teams going back and forth as number one, and with the Acers coming out on top of ...
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Accidents, rescues, recoveries

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak.   It was a picture perfect Colorado weekend in the mountains, clear blue skies, snow glistening on the peaks, creeks running, wildflowers and quaking ...
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New effort begins to save Belvidere Theatre

Linda Detroy, Central City.  Central City and Gilpin County governments are looking for ways to work together to save the 140-year old Belvidere Theatre. Gilpin County commissioners ...
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Timberline Fire Awards

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak.  Last Saturday, July 18, at the Eagle Rock Ranch in Gilpin County, the Timberline Fire Protection District held an awards dinner for their firefighters, ...
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Irate residents demand answers

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland.  On Monday night, July 20, the Northern Front Range Recreational Sport Shooting Management Partnership hosted an open house at the Nederland Community Center. ...
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Local a finalist for district court judge

Barbara Lawlor, Boulder. When Hon. D.D. Mallard retires from his position as the 20th Judicial District Court judge on August 1, Nederland resident Elizabeth Brodsky could be taking ...
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Summertime horses in the hills

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak. Besides walking into meadows and forests of our mountain neighborhoods, there is no better way to experience Colorado than on the back of a horse. Not ...
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