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Town Administrator created team environment

John Scarffe, Nederland.  Former Nederland Town Administrator Alisha Reis said her greatest accomplishment in that position was creating a team environment among Town employees. Reis ...

Roger Baker retires from Gilpin County

Cherokee Blake, Gilpin County.  The Gilpin County Commissioners, at their regular meeting on February 28, 2017, received a letter of resignation from County Manager Roger Baker, announcing ...

January Nederland Police

On Jan. 9, the Nederland Police Department received a report of shoplifting at a local shop. According to the witness three white males and one white female left the store and the clerk ...

Black Hawk Emergency Operations Center gets ready

John Scarffe, Black Hawk.  Black Hawk City Council members toured the new R.A. Clark Emergency Operations Center at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 22, 2017. The Aldermen expressed enthusiasm ...

Gilpin Sheriff Reports February

On 2/1/17 a Deputy arrested two people on a traffic stop in Central City for numerous offenses.   On 2/1/17 a person arrived to the Gilpin County Courts who had two active, valid ...

Black Hawk Police January Reports

On 1/2/17 at approximately 2:56 a.m. an Officer responded to the Gilpin Casino valet on the report of an assault. One suspect was issued and released on a Gilpin County summons.   On ...

Town Shop celebrates with Open House

John Scarffe, Nederland.  After more than two years of planning and construction, the Town of Nederland celebrated the completion of its new Town Maintenance Shop during an open house ...

Noise ordinance subdued

Last MeetingMayor Kristopher Larsen presented a certificate to Town Administrator Alisha Reis in commemoration of her six years in that position. Her last day will be March 3, and Larsen ...

Downtown redevelopment proposed

John Scarffe, Nederland.  Local Business Owner Ron Mitchell presented his concepts for the Nederland downtown area during a regular meeting of the Nederland Downtown Development Authority ...
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