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Ned netters lose two

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland.   The Nederland Panther volleyball team lost two games in the past week. Although they are playing well, have the teamwork going, and making some outstanding ...
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Eagles VB team flies high

Barbara Lawlor, Gilpin County.  Last Thursday, September 4, the Gilpin Eagles volleyball team traveled to Deer Trail and after losing the first game, came up with a three-game win ...
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Students relive Gold Hill history

 Barbara Lawlor, Gold Hill. Last Friday a cloud descended on Gold Hill. The Colorado Mountain Ranch loomed dark and eerie through the mist, but none of  the 103 students spread over ...
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Panthers stampede Mustangs

HappinessNederland HighSchool football coach Aaron Jones and player Noah Ridnell share a happy moment after Saturday’s victory over the Mustangs. Coach Jones was named the BoCo ...
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John Cutler with Cutler & Associates presented the Gilpin County Board of Commissioners with a positive annual financial report during the Board's meeting on September 2.

BOCC supports solar; opposes Amendment 68

John Scarffe, Gilpin County. During the Commissioners’ meeting of Tuesday, September 2, the Board directed staff to help United Power identify suitable land for solar sites totaling ...
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Columbine health care alive and well

Thirty-six years ago, a trailer pulling a double wide modular building lumbered up the canyon to Nederland where it became the first health clinic in the area. It was a time to celebrate. ...
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Gilpin Commissioners address MFHC closing

Lynn Hirshman, Gilpin County.  On September 8, the Gilpin County Commissioners held their third meeting to discuss how to provide interim services in light of the fact that Mountain ...
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Glimpses of Past & Present : John H. Gregory, Man behind the mystery

Pam North, Central City.  He was the man who started it all – the one who discovered gold in the gulch between what are now the cities of Black Hawk and Central City. Yet surprisingly ...