Founded in 1888, the town of Flagler, Colorado (population 612) is the center of a vast farming and ranching area comprising the western part of Kit Carson County.
Location and Tourism
Located at Exit 395 on I-70, you are only 120 miles east of Denver and Colorado Springs. Although a small town, we offer plenty to do whether it is playing golf, enjoying the parks, shopping "downtown," or visiting our historical community.
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Free Land Incentive
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A collection of stories and pictures of Hal Borland and his life in the Flagler area in the early 1900s. By Lyle Stone. "The intention of this effort is to honor and record happenings in Hal Borland's life" so excerpts from Borland's own writings have been included. "Added to his memories are other incidents of that time found in interviews with his classmates, his old friends, in Borland family papers, along with a few memories of this writer." Hardbound, 89 pages. $40.00 each. $4.90 shipping and handling. To purchase, contact Laura Stone: 719-765-4603; or Town Hall 719-765-4571.