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February 2019

All posts published in February 2019

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“Just Between Us” turns up the heat

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New art exhibit excites patrons By David Josselyn Gilpin County Arts Association (GCAA) is making valuable use of the newly heated Washington Hall Gallery in Central City with the extraordinary exhibit, “Just Between Us” featuring sculptor/painter Walter Barto... More »

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Buffalo Bill’s 173rd birthday celebration

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Golden keeps the Wild West legend alive By Jaclyn Schrock Most of us have an image in our minds of Buffalo Bill. The name draws up recall of a frontiersmen who has plenty of stories told about him, some even included truth. More »

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A dream comes to fruition

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Guatemalan Seed Project opens the door for the Christian gospel by Patty Unruh Part two of a two-part series In part one of these articles about the Guatemalan Seed Project, we told how students in second- and fourth-grade classes at Gilpin Elementary School l... More »

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Fishing adventure at Kenai Peninsula

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Alaska’s playground by Dave Gibson Sometimes referred to as “Alaska’s playground,” the Kenai Peninsula is a couple of hour’s drive south from Anchorage. One of Alaskans’ favorite forms of play is fishing. From angling the many lakes, rivers, and streams for sa... More »

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What is a Green Book, anyway?

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An Academy Award Wrap-Up By David Josselyn The 91st Academy Awards is over, and it went off without a hitch (not counting Rami Malek’s fall after accepting his Oscar causing paramedics to be called, but that was off-screen). The host-less Oscars played it safe... More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – March 3, 1989 The Gilpin Eagles Basketball Team grabbed the lead early in the first period of play against Nederland on February 25 and held onto it throughout the game. The final score of 74-60 was greeted by a burst of enthusiasm from the larg... More »

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Bringing hope where there is no hope

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Gilpin Elementary students learn about the Guatemalan Seed Project by Patty Unruh Part one of a two-part series. Guatemala is a long ways from Gilpin County – in both distance and lifestyle. Youngsters at Gilpin Elementary School learned a bit about life in th... More »