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October 2017

All posts published in October 2017

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Eagles’ FB kicks off a win against Soroco

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Volleyball fans dig Lady Eagle wins against Kiowa, Heritage Christian by Patty Unruh Gridiron Action The Gilpin High School varsity football team pushed past the Soroco Rams of Oak Creek 48-40 on October 6 in a conference game on the Rams’ field. The Gilpin Ea... More »

A Change of Seasons

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Visitors’ Center Showcase Gallery Hosts New Art Exhibit It doesn’t take much awareness to note the changing seasons in Gilpin County. Leaf peepers abound to enjoy the fall colors and residents have already needed to use snow removal equipment. On the second fl... More »

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Electronic messaging centers a no-go in Central City

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Buffer zones increased for marijuana licenses By David Josselyn Work Session The Central City Council met with Staff on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 for a work session prior to the regular council meeting. The topics of conversation were the future of the Central... More »

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The Golden Cruise…

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Last car show of the summer brings out all the cool cars by Aaron Storms I always look forward to the first Saturday of the month in the summer so that I can drive down the hill and check out all the cool cars and trucks that attend from all over the Denver me... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – October 16, 1987 The Central City Opera House Association has been busy all summer doing repairs on their many properties in Central City. The latest projects included shoring up the crumbling bricks on Williams Stable by Gilpinite Charles Slate... More »

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What do you consider lethal?

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Gilpin youth learn about the number one killer of teens by Patty Unruh Four teens in a car cruise around the parking area behind the school building. Good kids, just having fun. The driver, messing around, sends the car into a drift near a slope created by rec... More »

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Gilpin County School site improvements progressing

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Water quality update by Patty Unruh The Gilpin County Board of Education met on Tuesday, October 3, with all Board members present: Craig Holmes, Brook Ramsey, Charlotte Taylor, Kersten Armstrong, and Steve Boulter. Superintendent David MacKenzie and Secretary... More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – October 9, 1987 In response to rampant rumors that Black Hawk City Councilman Morris Steen has resigned his office, the Weekly Register-Call has been unable to either confirm or to put to rest the story. More »