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Take a hop, skip and a jump into the city for Lindy Hop

In 1928, two Black dancers in a dance marathon in Harlem — George Snowden and Mattie Purnell — broke away from each other to throw in some solo freestyling. With that, they started the process of creating one of the most popular swing dances ever: Lindy Hop. more

RapidGrass Festival brings large audience to Idaho Springs

Every year since Bryan Lauersdorf moved to Idaho Springs six years ago, he’s come to the Rapidgrass Bluegrass Festival. And every year he looks forward to one band specifically, the festival’s namesake: Rapidgrass.  more

Clear Creek partnered outdoors project receives further funding

Clear Creek is almost 80% national forest, lending to the county's beautiful vistas and many sprawling hikes through forests and up mountains. A recent Colorado Parks and Wildlife grant will further the county’s outdoor recreation options and help keep the wilderness accessible to all. more

Idaho Springs Planning Commission drafts ordinance for hotel/motel licenses

License requirements for regulating extended stays at hotels or motels in Idaho Springs are becoming more fleshed out.  more

Stage 1 fire ban lifted in Clear Creek County

For the first time since May, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests have lifted their Stage 1 fire restrictions on August 16, with the Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office announcing on Facebook … more

Clear Creek news briefs

Commissioner updates and toxic mine waste, fire ban, county electric vehicle plan more

Increased calls, lack of resources and unanswered cries for help. Inside Clear Creek’s mental health crisis.

In the midst of a pandemic that has caused a public health crisis the world over, a mental health crisis has worsened in parallel nationally and across Colorado — and Clear Creek county has been no exception. more

Rapidgrass Festival slated to return to Idaho Springs

The strings will be twanging, the beer flowing and the tunes fast for the Rapidgrass Bluegrass Festival in Idaho Springs Aug. 20. more

Far from the darkened theater

Any great work of art is immersive — what differentiates these classics to what immersive art is seen as today is a matter of purpose and choice. more

Teen Takeover Festival makes root beer splash

Music, paint and root beer was enjoyed Aug. 4 at Shelly/Quinn fields for the aptly named Teen Takeover Festival. more

Meet Miner Street's busker

Twenty-six states is how far Elijah Semper hitchhiked to get to Idaho Springs five years ago. And for the five years since, he’s played his guitar for Miner Street. more

Free beer for a 5k

Free beer is strong enough of a carrot to run a 5k in Idaho Springs. more

Officials to launch investigation into Central City/Clear Creek superfund site

Investigations will soon begin into mine waste piles near residential areas within Clear Creek County and beyond to look for further evidence of heavy metals like lead and arsenic that may impact surface waters. more

Drunk driver jams I-70 westbound

The I-70 westbound traffic jam on July 28 was not the fault of normal congestion this time, but a drunk driver blocking a lane of traffic by mile marker 241.5. more

Georgetown Strousse Park project breaks ground

In planning since 2019, the Strousse Park project meant to renovate the area with new market stalls, a restroom and parking lot is fully underway. more

Idaho Springs reaches compromise on mock gunfire

Earlier in the month, an Idaho Springs City Council meeting’s public comment was rife with complaints and defenses of the mock gunfire used in a historical reenactment show by the Wild Bunch on Miner Street. more

Mount Evans Hill Climb brings hundreds of competitors

Hundreds clad in spandex and neon bustled about Building 103 at sunrise July 23 for the Bob Cook Memorial Mount Evans Hill Climb.  more

Idaho Springs Christmas in July brings festive cheer to summer

Christmas carols rang throughout Shelly/Quinn Fields in Idaho Springs on July 23, not because there was snow on the ground, but because it was the second annual Christmas in July event.  more

Clear Creek law enforcement train beyond Colorado's few requirements

It takes 600 hours of training to be licensed by the state of Colorado as a “nail technician” — a nail stylist. As of July of 2022, it takes 556 hours and a background check to become a police officer. more

Clear Creek featured hike: St. Mary’s Glacier

Even the road to St. Mary’s Glacier is beautiful, thick with the scent of pine. more
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