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A look back at 2016

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Death of Commissioner Hayden, deal to establish clinic among year’s top stories

By Ian Neligh

From the unexpected death of a county commissioner to the long-sought deal to bring a clinic to the county, there was no shortage of news in Clear Creek in 2016. Following is a recap of some of those stories.

Tom Hayden dies at age 60

Clear Creek County Commissioner Tom Hayden, 60, died of natural causes Feb. 29 at his home near Upper Bear Creek Road.

Hayden was completing his first four-year term as a commissioner and was planning to run for re-election as an unaffiliated candidate.


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