October 2013

All posts published in October 2013

70 posts

Turning Back the Pages


30 years ago – November 4, 1983 Two Gap Road residents were arraigned in County Court Tuesday on charges of theft. The two were apprehended by Rollinsville resident and Gilpin County Commissioner Jerry More »

Changes in voting in Colorado


International Observer from Azerbaijan By Staci McBrayer Gilpin County’s election process was observed on an international level this year. Azerbaijani native Tural Ahmad is an intern with the U.S. Department of State. His month More »

Obama-Care navigation


Gilpin County Health Coverage Guide By Roger Baker The rollout of the Affordable Care Act has certainly been fraught with problems, but even in tiny Gilpin County there is ongoing activity to make the process for signing up for the More »

What it means to hit rock bottom


Part 2 – Life Coaching Continued By Dr. Mike Brooks I woke up one morning ready for the day and I called Dave, the manager of a fitness center that I was a part owner of and scheduled a business lunch with him. I had a full day More »

Gilpin fall sports wrap-up


Volleyball and football summaries By Patty Unruh Volleyball The Gilpin County Lady Eagles varsity volleyball team won 3-0 against Denver Waldorf on October 22 in a home playoff match. Set scores were 25/18, 25/16, and 25/16. More »

Who bought my breakfast sandwich?


Paying it forward then and now By Forrest Whitman I’ve been hearing lots of “pay it forward” stories lately. One friend was in the drive up window at a McDonalds getting ready to pay for his breakfast sandwich. He normally More »

Free tools to save you money and energy


Free Energy Film and Workshop By Irene Shonle Despite what the calendar says, winter has pretty much arrived here in the high country. That means our wood piles are stacked high, our winter coats have migrated to the front of More »