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September 2019

All posts published in September 2019

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Candidate Tracy Krug

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For Gilpin RE-1 School Board My name is Tracy Krug, and I’m excited for the opportunity to run for Gilpin County School District RE-1 School Board. I’m a passionate advocate for children of all ages, and I look forward to combining my career in education with ... More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – September 22, 1989 Several pounds of what is believed to be marijuana and approximately an ounce of suspected cocaine were confiscated from a Gilpin County address early last week, and a man was arrested. The case is still under investigation ac... More »

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Gilpin Eagles – let’s play some football!

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Saturday’s game vs Merino By Gary King Last Saturday’s Gilpin County High School Eagles varsity football game pitted the Eagles against Merino High School of the Plains League. It was a tough day for the Eagles losing the game with no points scored to Merino’s... More »

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Changes at Gilpin’s CSU Extension Office

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We’ll miss Irene Shonle and Heather Pearce By Jaclyn Schrock The Extension Office in Gilpin County opened in 2001. County Commissioner Craig Nicholson envisioned the benefits of Gilpin County having its own Extension office, as most US counties either have the... More »

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Candidate Cherokee Blake

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For Gilpin School Board My name is Cherokee Blake, and I’m a candidate for your Gilpin RE-1 School District School Board. I’ve lived in Gilpin County for 24 years and am married to John Blake. We have three daughters, two of whom graduated from Gilpin School. ... More »

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Carol Snyder honored

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By Gilpin County Senior Living Board The Gilpin County Senior Living Board of Directors wishes to thank Carol Snyder for her five years serving on the Board and her valuable work in all aspects of fundraising toward building Gilpin County’s first senior housin... More »

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church welcomes you

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Whatever your walk in life – join us in Central City By Bill Simpson Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church has been part of the life of Central City since the 1860s. The current church building was constructed by Cornish stonemasons in 1874, and it has not changed muc... More »

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Turning Back the Pages

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30 years ago – September 15, 1989 Cold weather plagued this year’s annual Fire Fighters Muster, held last Sunday in Black Hawk, and participants and spectators alike made good use of the chili and hot chocolate served up by the “Wrec” Center volunteers. Grousi... More »