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September 2020

All posts published in September 2020

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Friends of the Gilpin County Community Center

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New user group formed to reopen the rec center by Carolyn Peterson A group of Gilpin County residents has banded together to support reopening the county’s Community Center Campus. The facilities at 250 Norton Drive in Black Hawk More »

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Remote learning at Gilpin School

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Fall session smoother than last Spring, but looking forward to in-person classes again By Esmee Halsted With the COVID pandemic still lurking across the country, gatherings and large groups are still unsafe. This equates to schools across the country choosing ... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – September 21, 1990 Red Rocks Community College will again hold classes in Gilpin County this fall, in a continuation of its Mountain Area Community Education Program. This semester’s offerings include Grant Writing More »

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Table games approved for Gilpin County casinos!

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Protect Our Neighbor status – observing all state and local health orders PRESS RELEASE – On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, Governor Jared Polis announced the approval of Gilpin County’s request to move into the Protect Your Neighbor stage as set forth by the Col... More »

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Commissioners approve Short-Term Rentals in Gilpin

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IGA updates for Lake Gulch Whiskey Resort Project By Randy Beaudette On September 8, 2020 Gilpin Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) held a regular online meeting that discussed topics such as the draft Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) relating to the Lake ... More »

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Why can’t we be friends?

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Gilpin Historical Society By Dave Forsyth, PhD After the Central City Opera House’s grand opening on March 3 and 4, 1878, the Pueblo Democrat wrote that while the Opera House was grand, it would be more impressed when Central City and Black Hawk built equally ... More »

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Will the Gilpin Rec Center ever open again?

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Voters could determine via a property mil levy tax increase By Jaclyn Schrock When Gilpin County Commissioners were advised that their $11.6 million annual September tax payment from the gaming industry would be only $6 million because More »

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Going to the source for fresh produce

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Uproot volunteers put in a little sweat equity to pick a hill of beans for the Food Bank By Jaclyn Schrock Last week the Weld County Food Bank received at least 2,000 pounds of fresh green beans. Only eight Uproot volunteers showed up in northeastern Colorado ... More »