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February 2016

All posts published in February 2016

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Gilpin Eagles win four in a row

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Boys’ Basketball Team Finishes Third in League By George Snyder The Gilpin men’s basketball team capped their league season by winning three in a row over 5280 League opponents and a non-league game against North Park. The wins left More »

A tailing tale of our first ranch and wheat harvest

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From “Life in the Early Days” By James K. Ramstetter (1910-1996). Permission of use granted by Mary Ramstetter. During the late summer of 1917 there was much excitement in our family as we were moving to our first ranch. During the early years we had moved abo... More »

Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – February 28, 1986 A visit to the Golden Gate Youth Camp on February 21 by state officials that was not announced to local officials or citizens has alarmed many mid-county residents and More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – February 21, 1986 Gilpin County Sheriff Rosetta Anderle will be seeking reelection to that office in this year’s election. She filed a candidate affidavit in the county clerk and recorder’s office More »

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A tailing tale of twins and dynamite

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Life in the Early Days By Maggie Magoffin From “Life in the Early Days” By James K. Ramstetter (1910-1996). Permission of use granted by Mary Ramstetter. We run out of wood It was late in January 1922. We had several very heavy snow storms and the weather was... More »

Central City approves pay adjustments

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Council meets for regular meeting By David Josselyn The Central City Council and City Staff met for a regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, February 16, 2016, at 7:12 pm. All regular council members were present including More »

Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – February 14, 1986 Starting this week, petitions are beginning to be circulated for those people seeking office to represent the city of Black Hawk. On April 1, an election will be held for Black Hawk More »