Monthly Archives: October 2017

What do you consider lethal?

Gilpin youth learn about the number one killer of teens by Patty Unruh Four teens in a car cruise around the parking area behind the school building. Good kids, just having fun. The driver, messing around, sends the car into … Continue reading

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Gilpin County School site improvements progressing

Water quality update by Patty Unruh The Gilpin County Board of Education met on Tuesday, October 3, with all Board members present: Craig Holmes, Brook Ramsey, Charlotte Taylor, Kersten Armstrong, and Steve Boulter. Superintendent David MacKenzie and Secretary to the … Continue reading

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Black Hawk upgrading VHF radios to sync Police, Fire, and Public Works

Restoration and Preservation Guide Revised By Randy Beaudette Black Hawk City Council hosted a Capital Workshop meeting at 2:00 pm on September 27, 2017 immediately followed by the regular City Council meeting.

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A “tailing tale” of Jeanne Hostetler and Guy Hill Ranch

Colorado History – Part 3 of 3 By Maggie Magoffin My grandparents were Henry A. and Vina S. Ramstetter. My Grandfather Henry’s parents homesteaded the Guy Hill Ranch, and what follows are some of my most treasured memories.

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Turning Back the Pages

30 years ago – October 9, 1987 In response to rampant rumors that Black Hawk City Councilman Morris Steen has resigned his office, the Weekly Register-Call has been unable to either confirm or to put to rest the story.

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