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The Jeep

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More fun in the Willys Wagon – Part 2 of 2 By Brian Gibbons The photo of the Willys Wagon is not our Jeep, but it is very close to it though. I took More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – July 5, 1991 The Golden Gate Youth Camp has been ruled out as a potential jail site, sheriff’s office, and other county building location. The feasibility study, prepared by Dickinson Associates, Inc., names several problems associated with the ... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – June 28, 1991 The cross-country skiing and hiking trail proposed by Black Hawk is now in the advanced planning stage. The trail will be called Black Hawk Trailhead, says Bill Lovingier, council member and resident of More »

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The Jeep

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Snow fun in Central City as a kid – Part 1 of 2 by Brian Gibbins If we were going to spend a winter in the house we were building, we were going to need more than the 2-wheel drive truck we had. That fall, Dad brought home “The Jeep.” We just called it The Jee... More »

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Gilpin commissioners approve Tolland Ranch Trail

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No masks at County Transfer Station; free Rec Center access for seniors By Jaclyn Schrock The Gilpin County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) had their bi-monthly meeting June 15, 2021, beginning at 9 am and closing to go into executive session at 12:36. In... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – June 21, 1991 The Social Register: Next time you’re in the Mermaid Café, take a look at the collages by Jan Dal Pra. Many familiar faces and places are featured on the two collages with Black Hawk and Central City themes. Jan calls them a “must ... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – June 14, 1991 The Black Hawk Planning Commission recommended that a representative from the Black Hawk Council attend a Central City Council meeting. Black Hawk Council wishes for Central City Council to know that the council is open to discussi... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – June 7, 1991 The Amtrak train made an unscheduled stop in Rollinsville on Tuesday. The L.A. to Denver passenger train idled on the track for over an hour while three unrelated incidents were resolved. Gilpin County Coroner Dick Allen was called ... More »

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The adventures of Fred Dolley

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From the Gilpin Historical Society By David Forsyth, PhD In 1909 the Gilpin Observer referred to Russell Gulch resident Fred W. Dolley as a “gentleman of varied experience” and “one of the most versatile fellows in this section.” By then he had already been a ... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – May 31, 1991 An eleven year old boy with Down’s syndrome was lost for about two hours Sunday afternoon when he wandered away from the family home on Gap Road. The boy, who was visiting his family from Denver, was last seen playing with two dogs ... More »

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Turning back the pages

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30 years ago – May 24, 1991 Saturday, May 18, was the kickoff day for a new Gilpin County Historical Society venture. Starting Saturday, May 25, and continuing through September 2, Coors is sponsoring the Central City Walking Tour, More »