Monthly Archives: July 2014

Shooting range locations is a hot topic in Gilpin

Coffee with Commissioners By Staci McBrayer   On July 24th, “Coffee with Commissioners” was held at the Community Center. About 60 residents attended the meeting. Commissioner Gail Watson, District 3, and Commissioner

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Black Hawk approves new police annex and parking facility design project

Medical Marijuana License Public Hearing Set By Staci McBrayer    The Black Hawk City Council met in the Council Chambers for their regularly scheduled meeting on July 23, 2014. Mayor David Spellman, Aldermen Jim Johnson, Paul Bennett,

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Turning Back the Pages

30 years ago – August 3, 1984   The opera performance of “Cinderella” was interrupted Saturday when a section of plaster on the east side of the Opera House ceiling fell into the audience. The building was

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County foreclosure rate lowest since 2000

Gilpin Commissioners by Staci McBrayer   The Gilpin County Board of County Commissioners met on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at the Gilpin County Courthouse. Commissioner and Board Chair Gail Watson, Commissioner

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Turning back the pages…

30, 60, 90, and 120 years ago 30 years ago- July 27, 1984   Pat Dunn and several other residents of Gilpin County recently attended an all-day symposium in Denver on child abuse and prevention of it. Representing both the

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