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In places like this, the post office is part of the fabric that holds the town together through time and history. The story of the Post Office seems to be a twisting and turning tale here locally in … more
The hard, dangerous work and the reckless nature of the miner’s lifestyle in the Cripple Creek District at the turn of the 20th century led to more than its fair share of violent … more
Two days before the beginning of its annual marching band camp, Woodland Park High School found itself without a director. That’s when Harrison Cox – a former Woodland Park student – came … more
For many, summer never really began because of all the rain. But time moves on and what has been called summer this year is quickly turning into back-to-school time. How can you tell? School … more
Have you ever hiked in Fox Run, the Black Forest or just about anywhere in southern Colorado and happened upon peculiar trees that look damaged by severe weather or perhaps even disease? Some of … more
New Belgium Brewing is about to let the creative juices flow through a new 10-barrel pilot brewery at The Source Hotel in Denver's River North District, which is slated to start construction later … more
I saw an elephant a few miles west of here. The phrase "seeing the elephant" is an Americanism of the mid to late 19th century. The phrase appears throughout the United States in the … more
Want to see your name on a gazebo? How about a picnic shelter, arbor or playground? The right to name these amenities is up for grabs to donors who contribute specifically to the Memorial Park … more
National headlines about police abusing citizens have tarnished the image of all law enforcement officers and Woodland Park police officer Brian Martinez wants to change it. He’s hoping the … more
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