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Gilpin Library conducts artist-in-residence search

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


“Erosion” exhibit highlights photographer’s connection with nature

By Jennifer Pund
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


Bull Moose Square Off In Woman's Yard

GILPIN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Judi Williams is no stranger to moose sightings in her yard.

She’s actually shared many of her photos with CBS4, taken from her home outside of Black Hawk, which we’ve posted on… 99 more words


January 2017 Mountain Mix - The Best of All the Rest

First Day Hike
Start the new year with a hike, Jan. 1 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., on Golden Gate Canyon State Park’s Mountain Lion Trail off the Nott Creek Parking lot. 1,299 more words

Mountain Mix

Local travel agent focuses on beach vacations, all-inclusive cruises

By Jennifer Pund
Kerri Aungst believes rich memories create a rich life and travel is how to make these memories. The Gilpin County-based travel agent and her business Beaches Etc specializes in beach destinations around the world and all-inclusive cruises, which are the perfect cure for cabin fever and Colorado’s winter or the answer for a romantic or family get-away. 1,378 more words


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State Of Colorado

Officers Patrol Streets Of Historic Mountain Town For The Last Time

By Matt Kroschel

CENTRAL CITY, Colo. (CBS4)– Friday marked the last day officers with one of the oldest police departments in the state would patrol the streets of an historic town that dates back to before Colorado was a state. 358 more words