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December 2018

All posts published in December 2018

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Gilpin County outgoing officials honored

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Transfer Station Fees Increased to Cover Landfill Fees By Randy Beaudette On the final Gilpin County Board of Commissioner’s (BoCC) meeting for 2018, Chair Ron Engels sounded the gavel precisely at 9:01 a.m. on December 18, 2018 inside the old courthouse on Eu... More »

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A very Caribou Christmas

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Featuring Vince Herman & friends by Dave Gibson They say that it is more blessed to give than receive, and local musician Vince Herman just keeps giving. Saturday night at The Caribou Room in Nederland, Vince was joined by several of his closest friends – and ... More »

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Central City Holiday Lights Contest

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And the winners are… By Lisa Roemhildt Main Street Central City (MSCC) hosted their first Holiday Lights Contest this December to make Central City a destination and place visitors come to enjoy the bright holiday lights and decorations as they enjoy Central C... More »

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Two Council members say goodbye

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Central City’s Final Council Meeting of 2018 By David Josselyn The Central City Regular Council Meeting of Tuesday, December 18, convened at 7:05 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers. More »

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Peak to Peak Rotary holds holiday meeting

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Light-hearted fun for last get-together of 2018 by Patty Unruh The Peak to Peak Rotary Club held its holiday program on Thursday, December 20, at noon at Farraddays Steakhouse in the Isle of Capri Casino in Black Hawk. The meeting was preceded by a buffet for ... More »

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Timberline FPD appreciates support

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Accomplishments Validate Community Vote to Increase Mill Levy By Paul Ondr I would like to take this opportunity to thank our community for supporting the passage of TFPD Ballot Issue A. We are humbled by the turnout of voters and the overwhelming support. More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – December 30, 1988 On the Environment, by Charles P. Slater: Now that the most noxious substances in the air we breathe have been identified, the major sources of these substances can be located. Hopefully, these sources can change their approach... More »

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Eagles’ varsity boys soar over South Park

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Gilpin teams take losses to Lake County by Patty Unruh Gilpin High School’s varsity boys and girls basketball teams hosted the South Park Burros (Fairplay) on Friday, December 14 in non-league play. The boys triumphed with a 46-35 win over their opponents, whi... More »

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Christmas Party at the Last Shot

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Community appreciation also benefits a local family By Jaclyn Schrock Roy’s Last Shot Restaurant Customer Appreciation Day began at 11 a.m. on Sunday, December 16th, in mid-Gilpin on Hwy 119. The parking lot was overflowing full, while inside festive cheer, me... More »