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World’s purest ‘living’ water flows on local ranch

By Jennifer Pund
GILPIN COUNTY
Here on Earth, water is life. If you want to live, you need it, and if you want to live well, it needs to be clean. 994 more words

Food & Drink

Café owners create coffee oasis in Gilpin County

By Jennifer Pund
GILPIN COUNTY
Coffee lovers in Gilpin County are celebrating. A new oasis in the “coffee desert” between Nederland and Back Hawk has opened in the form of a drive-thru coffee cart. 1,231 more words

Food & Drink

2 Counties Plan To Create Central Location To Help Abuse Victims

By Kelly Werthmann

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Every year, thousands of women and men in Colorado become victims of domestic violence. Every year, survivors of abuse struggle with navigating resources for help. 568 more words

News

Announcing Mountain Mama Fun Run, August 12!

Dear Friends of the Homestead,

I love our Mountain Mamas – some of the toughest mamas on the planet. We raise our families at 8,000+ feet, we shovel snow, we drag slash, we chop wood…and we love it! 122 more words

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Judge: State Health Department 'Created Evidence That Is Not Accurate'

By Brian Maass

DENVER (CBS4) – A Gilpin County court Judge has ruled the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment “has created evidence that is misleading, and that is something other than the truth” in a DUI case that defense attorneys believe may impact other DUI cases. 510 more words

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Gilpin Library conducts artist-in-residence search

GILPIN COUNTY
Gilpin County Public Library is pleased to announce its next search for an artist to be featured in our tenth annual Artist-in-Residence program.  The library is accepting letters of application from artists of all kinds for the 2017 Artist-in-Residence Program.  339 more words

Arts

“Erosion” exhibit highlights photographer’s connection with nature

By Jennifer Pund
GILPIN COUNTY
Nature has always held a “strong place” in Les Barstow’s heart. The award-winning photographer says it “opens a window to the Divine” and leaves him “full of inspiration and wonder.” Nature’s “invitation to explore” is something he’s incorporated into his photography from the beginning. 1,052 more words

Arts