At one time, gambling was thought to be the savior of struggling mountain towns like Cripple Creek, Central City and Black Hawk. While Black Hawk is seeing ever-growing success, thanks largely to its proximity to Denver, Cripple Creek is struggling to attract younger visitors and build enough hotel rooms for extended stays. Despite Black Hawk’s […]

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