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Park County residents are prepared for wind, dust, snow, fires, gravel, potholes, hail and more when they travel in the county. Few are prepared for an airplane landing unexpectedly on a gravel road. 

When Rey Ortiz, Hartsel resident and former Army aircraft mechanic, left his home Oct. 7, he did not expect that shortly thereafter he would see a small airplane land right in front of his truck, but that is exactly what happened.  Read more

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The Bureau of Land Management and Park County signed an agreement for the Sheriff’s Office to patrol Guffey Gorge during peak use times. The commissioners signed the agreement Oct. 8. 

The Park County Livestock Committee has announced a rare opportunity, enabling youth who are interested in joining the Park County 4-H program a chance to be chosen as the winner of a market lamb, provided by a sponsor, that the youth will raise from the beginning of April to be shown and so…

With the passing of long time, 26-year, Guffey resident Joan LePage, the community lost a valuable member.

    Our community is facing unprecedented social, public health and economic instability with the COVID-19 pandemic. Via a CARES ACT grant, Park County is able to provide financial assistance to households that have experienced a COVID-19-related income loss. The primary goal of this program is …

    Each fall, Pikes Peak Historical Society holds an auction as its major fundraising event of the year. This year, due to health restrictions, the auction is being conducted on-line. The auction will go live off the PPHS website, 


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