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¡Es una fiesta, Colorado!

For Morrison's Jeanette Trujillo-Lucero, Georgetown's Library Park transformed into a Mexican zocalo, or plaza, Saturday afternoon. It was a place of joining together, sharing and celebrating. The … more

Clear Creek EMS to launch community paramedicine program

Clear Creek EMS wants to fill in the community’s health care gaps with a community paramedicine program, which should launch by the end of the year. Paramedics and other health professionals would … more

The doctor is in

Last Wednesday, Clear Creek County Public Health had a new venue for its weekly vaccination clinic. After years of planning, design and construction, the county’s collaborative care center has … more

Idaho Springs proposes a 1% sales tax increase

A 1% sales tax increase in Idaho Springs would save a typical resident about $150 on water and wastewater bills in 2022 alone, according to city consultants, and savings through 2030 would also be … more

Clear Skies, Full Stomachs, Can’t Lose!

There’s not much better than a day of live music, food, artwork and racing surrounded by mountains and a bluebird sky. St. Mary’s annual GlacierFest returned Saturday, as hundreds of Clear Creek … more

Empire hosts county’s first National Night Out event

Seeing a congregation of emergency response vehicles at Empire’s Minton Park last Tuesday might have caused an uninformed person’s heart to skip a beat as they were passing by, but there was no … more

Miniature golf is what you make it

Whether it’s quality time with the family, date night or visiting with friends, miniature golf is flexible enough to fit any framework. Players described how miniature golf can be as casual or as … more

Man visiting every U.S. county completes his quest in Clear Creek

Brian O'Connor completed a decades-long quest at nearly 12,000 feet above sea level last week. Around 10 a.m. on July 14, O'Connor crossed the Clear Creek County line at the top of Loveland Pass, … more

Former Golddigger seeks Olympic gold

When Haleigh Washington steps onto Tokyo’s volleyball court and serves, blocks and spikes under the Olympic lights, it will be the highlight of a journey that started in a Clear Creek gymnasium. … more

Clear Creek rec district’s synthetic ice rink finds new, permanent home

The Frozen Fire Rink has a new home at the Shelly/Quinn Ballfields and a new feature for those who don’t mind some dizziness and a few bumps along the way. The Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation … more

A good loss as Digger ladies face top foe

After Clear Creek's coaches and players categorized their May 13 victory over Twin Peaks as an ugly win, they described their defeat against Dawson last week was the opposite — a good loss. more

`An ugly win'

The May 13 game against Twin Peaks may have been an ugly win for the Clear Creek girls soccer team, but it was a win nonetheless. The first 15 minutes involved a lot of brutal back-and-forth, but … more

A mask-erade ball

Donned in their gowns and tuxedos Saturday evening, Clear Creek High School junior Kaleigh Kittelberger and her friends were at a restaurant when people asked whether they were going to a mock prom. … more

Girls soccer kicking off `short and fast’ season

By the time you read this, the Clear Creek girls soccer team has already played its first game. The team had one week of practice, where field-time was difficult to come by because of other spring … more

Cideries squeeze into craft beverage scene

Imagine it’s a hot Colorado day and adults are looking for alcoholic beverages to help beat the heat. Many seek out beer, seltzers and cocktails. But, for Sam Al-Jassim and many others, the answer … more

Clear Creek names next county manager

Clear Creek has announced Brian Bosshardt as its next county manager. Bosshardt, who's been in local government for more than 20 years, runs his own consulting firm that specializes in leadership … more

The World is in Their Hands

Georgetown Community School students have made a promise — to take care of the Earth. They promised to not pollute, to pick up litter, and to conserve water and electricity. In the third-grade … more

How `bout them apple ciders?

Imagine it’s a hot Colorado day and adults are looking for alcoholic beverages to help beat the heat. Many seek out beer, seltzers and cocktails. But, for Georgetown’s Sam Al-Jassim and many … more

Skiers bid the slopes adieu as Echo Mountain caps off longest season ever

The last day of the skiing season is perhaps a little like the last day of school. Some are more than ready for summer, while others are reluctant to say goodbye. Either way, skiers and snowboarders … more

Breyda Spinner is not holding back

This spring, Breyda Spinner isn’t cheerleading at Clear Creek football games; she’s one of the players. And, in case football fans have missed her neon coral shoes and the dual braids lining the … more
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