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To announce a nonprofit event or recurring monthly meeting in the calendar, contact the Herald at 719-486-0641 ext. 13 or officemanager@leadvilleherald.com.

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Giving locally to various nonprofits is just as important as shopping locally. The Herald Democrat will provide information on these organizations as well as how to give in the coming weeks leading up to Colorado Gives Day on Dec. 7. In all cases, unless noted otherwise, addresses are Leadvi…

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Ever hear of a badger fight? It’s an event where a badger is pitted against a fierce dog. At the end, only one of the animals is left standing.

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Join Leadville local and wildflower expert Robin Dunn and the Greater Arkansas River Nature Association for an educational wildflower identification hike on Saturday, July 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. that explores the alpine meadows above the east side of Leadville. 

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Leadville has a long history of people coming here, making their fortune and then heading to Denver or back east to continue accumulating, and spending, their wealth.

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I probably should have anticipated this. After a year when everyone worked from home, it’s not surprising that some people grew fond of that experience: wear what you like; eat when you want; have cocktail hour a little early when the stresses of the day catch up with you.

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When was the last time you wandered down Harrison Avenue? Not just stopped by a restaurant to pick up food, but actually checked out which businesses are new and which storefronts are empty?

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We’ve put up with a lot in the last 12+ months, thanks to the pandemic. We’ve faithfully worn our masks to the grocery store, post office and other places, scraping the ice off our eyeglasses due to condensation once the weather turned cold. We’ve Zoomed our little hearts out attending publi…

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The 73rd annual Leadville Ski Joring will be livestreamed on Facebook on March 6 and 7 from noon to 3 p.m. The event, which usually takes place on Harrison Avenue, will happen on McWethy Drive this year to reduce crowds. This year's event is closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic.