The Flume
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The Flume, established in 1879, is almost as old as the county it serves, Park County, Colorado, which was formed in 1861. Park County lies just west of Jefferson County, the westernmost and most mountainous of the seven counties that are typically used in defining metro Denver. Headquartered in Bailey, an unincorporated town in the northeastern part of the county, The Flume covers all areas of life in Park County, including business, politics, the courts, weather, crime, festivals, fires and more. At the core of the stories in The Flume are the residents themselves.

The Flume is also the newspaper that carries legal notices for Park County and advertisements focusing on area businesses. Towns covered include Alma, Bailey, Como, Fairplay, Grant, Guffey, Hartsel, Jefferson, and Shawnee.
5138 County Road 64
Bailey, CO
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The Flume to sponsor Sheriff’s candidates debate June 2
Governor Hickenlooper proclaims Colorado Journalism Week
RE-1 considers endorsement of Initiative 93
The Flume to sponsor Sheriff’s candidates debate June 2
Executive session held on old landfill closure issues
Top Story Sheriff Candidate Tom McGraw attends meet and greet in Hartsel
Platte Canyon High School student wins Daniels Fund Scholarship
Commissioners decide to reopen Wedgewood Weddings liquor license hearing
New Fairplay ordinance prohibits open carry in specific areas
Commissioners approve ballot items to reauthorize sales tax
Active shooter training exercise held at Edith Teter Elementary
Superintendent Krage announces departure at end of school year
Smart Pavement pilot project to debut in Park County
Candidates promise transparency; good, because we don’t have it right now
A look at Tom McGraw, candidate for Park County Sheriff

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