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Cabin fever remedies

Cabin fever remedies Barbara Lawlor Gilpin County You look out the window at the ceaseless sifting snow, piling on top of the dirty slushy snow that sits on top of melted, frozen, melted ...
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Horses, not Broncos, bring in New Year

Horses, not Broncos, bring in New Year Barbara Lawlor Nederland There aren’t many bad things one can say about a horse. Mostly, horses are adored by pre-adolescent girls, admired ...
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Eagle boys drop two

Eagle boys drop two Barbara Lawlor Gilpin County Last Tuesday, the Gilpin High School boys’ basketball team hosted the Cornerstone Christian Bulldogs and although they put up ...

Boulder and Clear Creek Ranger District Pile Burning Update for Feb. 4

U.S. Forest Service firefighters plan to take advantage of existing and forecasted snow accumulation to burn slash piles in the West Magnolia fuel treatment area south of Nederland. ...
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Preparing for ice rescue

Preparing for ice rescue -Barbara Lawlor- Nederland The lone ice fisherman stood about 150 feet off the north side of Barker Reservoir, his line submerged in the hole he had chopped ...
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Where Oh Where Is My Puppy

Where Oh Where Is My Puppy -Deb D’Andrea-
Nederland, CO- We’ve all seen the posters, the posts, and the call for help to find the lost pup or kitty.  Some find their way home ...
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Lon A. Huckaby

Lon A. Huckaby Born October 14, 1952, in Lawrence, Kansas, and passed away suddenly January 22, 2014, in Roseburg, Oregon.  He was devoted to his family as a son, husband, and father. ...
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NedEx adds convenience for local residents

NedEx adds convenience for local residents – Linda Alexander – Nederland ” — This is awesome. I hope Stage Stop will get in on the action for sushi nights. — I ...

Wild Side Photography

Another photo submission from mountain resident Janice Foster.   “We (husband and I) nicknamed him *Blackjack*.” Janice Foster