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Pikesmasters Model Railroad Club Springs Open House - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., City Auditorium, 221 E. Kiowa St., free admission, donations accepted. (photo taken Thursday, October 1, 2009) Mark Reis, The Gazette
Bronco Billy's Hotel and Casino proposed four-star resort in Cripple Creek will accommodate conventions and feature a ballroom, pool, street-front restaurant, retail space, salon and spa, plus entertainment options. The hotel's Victorian- style brick facia faces historic Bennett Avenue. Photos courtesy of City of Cripple Creek
Colorado Special Session
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, in an interview with CNN, appears to be opening the door a crack to the idea of re-criminalizing cannabis. ( AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)
Susan Greene, 2003 Gazette file photo (Carol Lawrence)
Members of the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado redo the front yard of the Flick family home for their day of service in honor of fallen deputy Micah Flick, on Friday, April 20, 2018. (Nadav Soroker, The Gazette)
Jake Bywater walks through the remains Wednesday, April 18, 2018, of his 30-foot by 60-foot pole barn that burned in the 117 Fire. Bywater spent the night and day fighting the fire and putting out hot spots. Bywater saved his home but lost the barn, school bus, four boats and the 100-year-old homestead that he and his wife, Kim, had restored. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Teachers gathered Monday for a rally at the Colorado Capitol in Denver. (Joey Bunch, Colorado Politics)
The home of Tim and Mindy Emick was one of 23 that burned in the Mile Marker 117 fire. Students from Divine Redeemer Catholic School donated water and snacks to help vicitims as well as firefighters and first responders. Photo by Tim Emick.