Cripple Creek

Huge Highway Improvement Project Slated to Begin Next Week

Motorists must exhibit patience for several months ~ by Rick Langenberg ~ Gamblers, tourists, ATV-buffs and locals may only have another few days or so before they need to exercise a quality sometimes lacking among Teller motorists: patience The clock is ticking before residents should start consider using alternative routes to access Teller’s top gambling…

Cripple Creek’s Adventure Park Gearing Up for Fall Opening

Gaming community gambling big on outdoor fervor ~ by Rick Langenberg ~ The city of Cripple Creek is wagering big bets on more outdoor, recreational pursuits, a bid capped by a $300,000-plus adventure park. And unless town leaders hit a few last-minute hurdles, local residents and visitors  in the late fall of 2017 will reap the benefits of the town’s…

Cripple Creek Independence Celebration Ignites Political Fireworks

City opts to return to tradition in 2018 with award-winning display ~ by Rick Langenberg ~ By all accounts, Cripple Creek easily won the championship bout for the region’s premiere fireworks celebration by showcasing a nearly 30-minute show that trounced  Independence Day displays in many locales down the Pass. There was no question about this overwhelming…

Donkey Derby Days 2017

Cripple Creek Signature Event

Donkey Derby Days 2017 Saturday June 24th

This is just a taste of the Happenings at the Donkey Derby day event now still going on. You can catch more of Donkey Derby Days through the end of today Sunday June 25th….

Posted by TMJ News on Sunday, June 25, 2017

Cripple Creek Gaming and Local Tourism Gearing Up for a Banner Year

~ by Rick Langenberg ~ Cover photo by Cindy Valade With summer kicking into full-gear, the Cripple Creek gaming industry and local attractions are poised for a prosperous, banner season. After years of slumping revenues and a lingering, brutal recession, the tide has definitely changed for the southern Teller community, with more betting activity at…

Cripple Creek Elks Award $2500 Grant for Students

The Cripple Creek-Victor Mountain Health Center, School Based Health Center, and Cripple Creek School District would like to thank the Cripple Creek Elk’s Lodge BPOE #316 and the Elk’s National Foundation for a $2,500 grant that they have awarded to support our students.  The Elk’s have generously been writing grants to support the health needs…