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Roy Bowling remembered

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1937 – August 18, 2021 Roy E. Bowling lost his life to cancer on August 18, 2021 at the age of 84. He is survived by his brother Frank Hardy and his Aunt Francina Sell, four children, Rick Glandon, Laurie Kauffman, Tonya McNeill and Mary Viboolsittiseri, six G... More »

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Gilpin recommends masking-up indoors for all

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County employees must prove they’re no risk to others By Randy Beaudette Gilpin County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) faced a long agenda for their Regular Meeting on August 3, 2021. Some of those action items include re-reading of the Dedication of the ... More »

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A fair-weather Old-Fashioned County Fair

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Gilpin community gathers together for some old-fashioned fun By David Josselyn Gloomy skies greeted the early light of morning on Saturday, July 24, 2021. Through the gloom, vendors hastily set up booths, equestrians exercised their horses, shepherds watched o... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – August 23, 1991 The drain pipe that runs from the free parking lot down to the east side of Spring Street near the Clark Gym has some parents worried. Children have been playing in the drain for a long time and will continue to as long as they c... More »

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Smith celebrates 20 years of service to Gilpin

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Gilpin County Fair this Saturday! By Aaron Storms Thanks to Sharon Cate for assistance with this story! The Gilpin Commissioners opened the July 20th meeting with a celebration of Finance Director Clorinda Smith’s retirement ... More »

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Who stole Gilpin County’s money?

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Another mystery from the Gilpin Historical Society By David Forsyth, PhD On the morning of January 20, 1967, Gilpin County Treasurer and Glory Hole Tavern owner Bill Axton was found bound and gagged inside the vault of the Tr... More »

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Sword fights and train robberies

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Fun at Belvidere Theatre and Clark School By Brian Gibbins As a tourist town in the summer, Central City made and exciting background for adventure for any nine-year old boy. Imagine living in the middle of a western set for ... More »

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