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Peak-to-Peak 4th of July fun

Janet Perry, Peak to Peak.     Allenspark has a fun 4th of July Parade scheduled and the best place to view it is along the Highway 7 Business Route between the Post Office and Ferncliff.  ...
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New TFPD board takes over

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak.  In the empty bays of Timberline Fire Protection District, Station 4, on Magnolia Road, the new board of directors greeted neighbors, offered them burgers, ...

Gilpin Library Footnotes: Compelling true stories of music and politics

Larry Grieco, Librarian.  In 2015 Alexander McCall Smith published his sixteenth installment in the “No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” series. It was called The Woman Who Walked ...

May Gilpin County police reports

On May 2, 2016 a Deputy assisted the Black Hawk Police Department with an intoxicated subject at the Gilpin County Jail.   Also on May 2, 2016 a deputy was contacted by the driver ...
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Black Hawk expands welcomes EAGLESmart Convenience Store

Rebecca Blondo, Black Hawk.   The City of Black Hawk is happy to welcome a much needed amenity to town. Situated next door to the Black Hawk Post Office on Clear Creek Street, residents ...

Rail service could be back on track

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES John Scarffe, Gilpin County.   Railroad service to Rollinsville got a nudge back on track again during the regular meeting of the Gilpin County Board of County ...
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NEW 24 Hour Ballot Drop-off Box in Rollinsville!

Colleen Stuart, Gilpin County.  The Gilpin County Clerk and Recorder’s office is celebrating the opening of the long anticipated and much needed Ballot Drop-Off box in Rollinsville! ...
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Tents, RVs pack area campgrounds

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak.  The Memorial Day weekend has evolved from the traditional decorating of gravestones with American flags and honoring the military men and women who lost ...
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Ready, set, plant

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak. At last. The official mountain garden season begins, the first week of June, beyond the last hard frost, time to pick up those pansies, petunias, and perennials ...
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