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May 2015

All posts published in May 2015

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Remember our military this week

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On our Memorial Day Holiday By Glenn Mollette One of my sons recently came home from a twelve month military deployment. My wife and I took a couple of days and flew to welcome him at his stateside arrival airport. We More »

New Transportation Enterprise for Central City

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Council approves Central City Transportation Enterprise and Fund By David Josselyn The Central City Council and City Staff met for a regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at 7:05 pm. All council members were present. Also in attendance for Staff More »

Timberline FPD undergoing some changes

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Chief Reorganizing Department and Helping Board Meet 2015 Zero Deficit Budget Goals by Heather Worrell The Timberline Fire Protection District Board of Directors called their meeting to order at 7 pm and then started with the Pledge of Allegiance and a moment ... More »

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A tailing tale

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 Of the Musgrove-Franklin Gang By Maggie Magoffin November 25, 1868 – Wrapped in the chilly darkness of night, Sam Dougan stands in the back doorway of the Jack Hill Saloon. Dougan, a member of the Musgrove-Franklin Gang, More »

Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – May 31, 1985 Members of the Screaming Arrow Patrol recently spent a fun-filled weekend at the Diamond Jubilee Camporee. The camporee, held at Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood, More »

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Gilpin HS Graduation

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Class of 2015 by Heather Worrell Commencement ceremonies were completed for the Class of 2015 at Gilpin County High School last Saturday, May 16th. It was a momentous occasion filled with More »

Prioritizing Gaming Impact Grant applications

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Gilpin County to take ownership of Belvidere Theatre by end of May by Heather Worrell The Gilpin County Commissioner’s meeting was called to order at 9 am on May 19, 2015 at the Old Courthouse in Central City. All Commissioners were present. More »

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A tailing tale

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Of Winks Lodge of Lincoln Hills By Maggie Magoffin During the 1920s, the Ku Klux Klan was at its height of power in Colorado. In the election of 1924, the Klan won control of the Colorado House of Representatives and saw its More »

Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – May 24, 1985 The Columbine Family Health Center now has a full-time doctor that is excited about his assignment and has a commitment to “provide quality community medical care” to all More »