Tag Archives: Nederland

Hot Rod Hill Climb

Old time fun on Central City streets By Randy Beaudette This article is dedicated in memory of Mr. Roy Blake, a good man, a fine angler, a friend, and a fellow gearhead. We’ll miss you bro. The sound of roaring … Continue reading

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Black Hawk opens door for private social clubs

Council approves historical improvements and paving project By Jaclyn Morrow On Wednesday, September 13, 2017, the City of Black Hawk City Council rang the bell at 3:00 pm to start their regular meeting agenda at 211 Church Street.

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Historical replicas and marijuana issues debated

Central City Council Approves Gregory Street Paving Project By David Josselyn Work Session The Central City Council met with staff for a work session on the pending end of the marijuana licensing moratorium. The temporary suspension ends November 30, 2017 … Continue reading

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A winning week for the Eagles

Victories scored in volleyball, football by Patty Unruh Volleyball v. Warriors and Falcons The Gilpin High School Lady Eagles varsity team faced two teams last week that were slightly younger and less experienced than Gilpin. The Eagles came out on … Continue reading

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A “tailing tale” of Jeanne Hostetler

Colorado History – Part II 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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There’s no business like show business!

Gilpin Elementary Theatre Department presents “A Taste of Broadway” by Patty Unruh “Overture, curtain, lights, this is it, the night of nights!” The Gilpin Elementary Theatre Department proudly raised the curtain on “A Taste of Broadway” on Friday evening, September … Continue reading

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Turning Back the Pages

30 years ago – September 25, 1987 This may be the last weekend to enjoy the excellent sight of the changing aspens. This year, colors of the aspen range from brilliant yellow to a warm orange and a deep red. … Continue reading

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Eagles’ football squad emerges victorious in showdown with Simla Cubs

Girls’ volleyball varsity bows to Highland Huskies by Patty Unruh Football Action The Gilpin Eagles rolled over the Simla Cubs 60-50 last Saturday, September 9, in an excellent contest on the Eagles’ home turf. A half-hour lightning delay got the … Continue reading

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Roy Blake remembered…

June 26th, 1956 – September 10th, 2017 Roy Dowell Blake was born at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado to Dowell and Nancy Blake. He was raised in Black Hawk, Colorado and went to school in Idaho Spring where he … Continue reading

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Stroehle House High Tea in Black Hawk

Learning about local history and the Stroehle family By Jaclyn Morrow Saturday, September 9th at 2:00 pm, the Stroehle House was open for the semi-annual High Tea. This historic home at 231 Chase Street in Black Hawk has been recently … Continue reading

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