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As a sixth-generation Coloradan, whose family settled in the state sometime in the late 1700s, Wind Crest’s dining services director Marcus Cordova knows his chilies. “The No. 1 condiment in Colorado is green chili,” said Cordova, a … more
This weekend I was asked to drop by a fundraising event at Jim Wider’s Southwinds Fine Art Studio at Roller Coaster Road near where Hodgen and Baptist road connect. Being historically inclined, … more
Well before he retired from a federal job, Littleton's Jose Raul Esquibel had established a second career as a santero (a creator of religious artwork) and historian — which he continues actively today. He considers himself an artist-educator, … more
“Hope has two beautiful daughters — their names are anger and courage; anger at the way things are, and courage to see that they do not remain the way they are.” Shelly Au writes that he spent 17 years living in Asia. He has … more
If you would like to meet Air Force Academy hockey coach Frank Serratore in person, one way is to attend the Sports Corporation’s annual College Ice Hockey Face Off luncheon on Sept. 30 at the … more
The days are growing shorter now, the nights a little cooler, and the aspen and underbrush are bursting into shades of red, yellow, orange and gold. There may even be a light dusting of snow in the high country. It's September, and for a few … more
Many years ago, I think I first encountered Dee Breitenfeld at the first meeting of the Teller County Centennial Committee, way back before the most-recent turn of the century, in the fall of … more
A hundred and twenty-five years seems like a long, long time. When the town of Palmer Lake was incorporated in 1889, and its first mayor, Dr. William Finley Thompson, was elected that April, … more
Marsha Asheim and Jane Dickinson really know how to spin a good yarn. They know a bunch of different kinds, too — cotton, wool, alpaca, rayon, mohair, mink, bamboo, milk protein and any other kind of yarn you could throw at them. “Yarns … more
Customers who visited Big Bill's New York Pizza on Sept. 11 donated more than $100,000 on the annual fundraising day. The Centennial pizza shop hosts the annual “9/11 Day of Giving,” which draws standing-room-only crowds. Restaurant owner … more
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