Monthly Archives: November 2014

Service with a smile!

Fifth graders make Thanksgiving special for seniors By Patty Unruh Students from Gilpin County School served a traditional Thanksgiving dinner on November 20 to thirty-five senior citizens from the Gilpin Community Center’s senior program.

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Judith Kidder-Smith remembered…

May 27, 1938 – November 21, 2014 Judith G. Kidder-Smith was a long time resident of Gilpin County. She passed away November 21, 2014 due to complications of hip surgery at St. Anthony’s Hospital in

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Turning Back the Pages

30 years ago – November 30, 1984 A report was received by the Gilpin County Dispatchers office on November 21, regarding an accident on Rangeview Drive in Chalet Park Subdivision. The reporting party stated

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Fourth graders look forward to Summit School

Gilpin Board of Education hears audit report By Patty Unruh The Gilpin County Board of Education met November 17. Present were Craig Holmes, President, Brook Ramsey, Charlotte Taylor, Kersten Armstrong, and Steve Boulter, as well

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Push for Main Street program in Central City

City Council discusses Main Street, new loan, and CEDA By David Josselyn The Central City Council and staff met for a regular council meeting on Tuesday, November 18, 2014. All members of Council were present along with City Clerk Reba … Continue reading

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Black Hawk creates a Violations Bureau

To reduce court appearances for minor infractions By Staci McBrayer The Black Hawk City Council met in the Council Chambers for their regularly scheduled meeting on November 12th, 2014. Mayor David Spellman, Aldermen Jim Johnson, Paul Bennett,

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Turning back the pages

30 years ago – November 23, 1984 Gilpin County Treasurer Virginia Starkey collected $5,051 in bonus bids at the delinquent property tax sale held on Monday. The total amount of taxes collected at the sale was

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Honoring all who served

Gilpin County School celebrates Veterans Day By Patty Unruh “I have been in 32 different countries, and this is the most amazing country in the world. We are so blessed…” “I’m glad I was able to serve for you… ” … Continue reading

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TFPD Board considers constructing communications tower

Improving communications in southwestern Boulder County By Patty Unruh   The Timberline Fire Protection District (TFPD) Board had its regular meeting November 10. Present were President Jim Crawford, Vice Chair Rick Wenzel, Treasurer Rik Henrikson,

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Central City Council considers legal action

CEDA loan repayment due to City By David Josselyn The Central City Council and staff met for a regular council meeting on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. All members of Council were present along with City Clerk Reba

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