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Texas Woman Killed In Whitewater Rafting Accident

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CLEAR CREEK, COLORADO (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — 47-year-old Michelle Math of Wylie, Texas was found dead after Whitewater rafting in Clear Creek, Colorado. 185 more words

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1 Dead In Clear Creek After Raft Overturned

IDAHO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– One woman was confirmed dead in a rafting accident after a water rescue in Clear Creek Friday afternoon.

The rescue attempt happened along the creek between Golden and Idaho Springs when a raft overturned. 361 more words

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Corps Of Engineers Changes Course To Avoid Flooding Homes

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DENTON COUNTY(CBSDFW.COM) – Too much water everywhere.  2,000 cubic feet of water is being let out of the Lake Ray Roberts dam every second.  334 more words

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Installment No. 646: This is Colorado No. 296

In 1884 the Georgetown, Breckenridge, and Leadville (an effort created by the Union Pacific Railroad, which had acquired the Colorado Central Railroad), completed the now-famous Georgetown Loop to Silver Plume, CO.

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Installment No. 644: This is Colorado No. 294

In the 1860s The Colorado Central Railroad was established in Golden, CO. It was a narrow-gauge railroad that ran up Clear Creek to Central City to accommodate interests in the gold mining, and then went on to the first silver mining town – Georgetown. 12 more words

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Installment No. 643: This is Colorado No. 293

In the 1860s The Colorado Central Railroad was established in Golden, CO. It was a narrow-gauge railroad that ran up Clear Creek to Central City to accommodate interests in the gold mining, and then went on to the first silver mining town – Georgetown. 11 more words

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Installment No. 642: This is Colorado No. 292

In the 1860s The Colorado Central Railroad was established in Golden, CO. It was a narrow-gauge railroad that ran up Clear Creek to Central City to accommodate interests in the gold mining, and then went on to the first silver mining town – Georgetown.

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