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Tech Trends : Is it time to upgrade your SmartPhone?

Gail Eddy, Nederland.  If it’s time for you to upgrade your SmartPhone, you might be wondering which one is best.  There’s no secret that I’ve only used iPhones, starting with ...
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Gilpin Elementary School Science Fair

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Climate Conversations : Science & Religion II

Clyde Burnett, Peak to Peak.   Pope Francis explains, “Climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all. Nature cannot be regarded as something separate from ourselves. ...
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Tech Trends : How to Take the Headache Out of Asking for Computer Repair

Gail Eddy, Nederland.  Many people call in a panic about their computer. They’ve been living with something for awhile, but all of a sudden, it’s broken and they don’t know what ...
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Lions Club hosts Peace Poster Contest

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland.  The Nederland Lions Club hosted the 2015-2016 Peace Poster Contest at the Nederland Middle High School last Wednesday night and 19 students submitted their ...
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Shopping Nederland this holiday season

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland.   One can almost feel the shopping tornado building up over the mountains. Local stores are setting up Christmas displays and figuring out Black Friday ...
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Tech Trends : The Biggest Lie in the Computer Industry?

Gail Eddy, Nederland.  What’s the biggest lie in the Computer Industry? It’s the myth that Apple’s don’t get viruses. Geek For Hire has been out there fixing computers since ...
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The rancher side of Bill Lorenz

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak.  People who have lived in the Gilpin County/Nederland area for awhile have known Bill and Kay Lorenz to be the owners, managers, waitstaff, bartenders ...
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Soft opening at Crosscut sells out

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland. Sold out. By 8:30 p.m. Wednesday October 21,  Dawn Dennison rolled out the last dough ball, apologizing to the family with a couple of kids who came in ...