Central City Police Department Turns 150

  Teri Metallo, Central City.     This year marks the one hundred and fiftieth year of Central City’s Law Enforcement history. To commemorate the sesquicentennial anniversary, ...

Central City’s treasure – the Opera House

  Pam North, Central City.    In 1877, the citizens of Central City began construction on a small but impressive opera house.  Inspired by the native music traditions brought ...

St. Paddy, we love ya

Pam North Peak to Peak March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day, soon will be here, and many of us will take part in festivities that mark the occasion. The parades, parties, speeches, dinners, ...

Central City manager resigns

John Scarffe, Central City City Manager Allan Lanning submitted a letter of resignation to the City of Central City Council during its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 18, in the ...

Central City Council moves fast on Parkway study

John Scarffe, Central City The Central City Council heard a proposal for a speed study on the Central City Parkway during its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 4, in the City Hall. ...

Timberline celebrates in style

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak One of the priorities of Timberline Fire Protection District’s Chief Chris Jennings has been to recognize the critical role that volunteers play in ...

Record breaking fire and flood

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak If it wasn’t one thing, it was another. In the beginning of the year, a cold snap froze everything; in the summer, a hot dry spell burned up a record ...

GILPIN LIBRARY FOOTNOTES

Larry Grieco, Librarian In a tour-de-force novel, Monica Drake tells the story of four women living in the Pacific Northwest—Portland, to be precise—who each deal with the complexities ...

Year in Review : Sports

Mountain sports rule Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak It was a year pleasantly filled with snow for winter sports enthusiasts but unfortunately filled with snow for spring sports. Soccer ...
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