Monthly Archives: November 2017

St. Mary’s Church of the Assumption

Central City’s Guardian Angel celebrates their Quasquicentennial 1892-2017 This article appears here as originally written and published without changes or editing. It was originally published in the Weekly Register-Call’s Volume XXXI, No. 24, on November 25, 1892. St. Mary of … Continue reading

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Journalist uncovers glittering legacy in GOLD!

Madness Murder and Mayhem in the Colorado Rockies  By Angela Zbornik Award-winning investigative writer Ian Neligh takes a look at the phenomenon of gold, the treasure hunters, both modern and historic, and brings them to life in a detailed and sharp narrative, GOLD! … Continue reading

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A fishing frenzy

In Sitka, Alaska by Dave Gibson First discovered by Tlingit peoples over ten thousand years ago, what would come to be named Sitka, Alaska, has been continuously inhabited by the Tlingit for the last fifty centuries. Called “Paris of the … Continue reading

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Light pollution not welcome in Central City  

The end of recycling and other issues at Council Meeting By David Josselyn The Central City Council met for a budget work session on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, at 5:00 pm to go over the bulk of the proposed 2018 … Continue reading

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“Justice League” – a tale of two movies

Movie review By David Josselyn It was the best of movies, it was the worst of movies, it was the age of directorial wisdom, it was the age of directorial foolishness, it was the epoch of CGI, it was the … Continue reading

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Seniors Thanksgiving dinner

Hosted by the Gilpin County School By Jaclyn Schrock Thursday, November 16, 2017 had stiff cool breezes on a clear and sunny day to encourage over 40 seats to be filled for the annual Thanksgiving dinner, free to Gilpin Senior … Continue reading

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Turning Back the Pages

30 years ago – December 4, 1987 Santa Claus had as much fun as the children who were elated to tell him all about their Christmas wishes at the annual Christmases Remembered Festival, December 27, 28, and 29. Santa Claus … Continue reading

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Broncos vs. Bengals

Lean times for Broncos fans by Dave Gibson It has been 27 years (1990) since the Denver Broncos have lost six straight games. Home Alone and Edward Scissorhands were popular at the box office and the show Twin Peaks premiered … Continue reading

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An extraordinary man

And His Extraordinary 53 GMC Pickup By Randy Beaudette Recent data shows that, marriages last an average eight years¹, home ownership last an average twelve years², and car ownership lasts a record average of six years, two months³. Owning a … Continue reading

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A “tailing tale” of Nancelia Elizabeth Scott-Jackson

Lincoln Hills Then and Now – Part 1 of 3 By Maggie Magoffin “Zephyr Point” cabin sits high above Denver in Lincoln Hills. The cabin is owned by the family of Judge Gary Jackson and was built in 1926 by … Continue reading

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