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A few strange facts about Thanksgiving

  On Nov. 27, most of us will sit down to a “traditional” Thanksgiving menu – roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy,…

Trail’s End – Let’s talk turkeys and the poultry farms of Lakewood

Trail’s End – Let’s talk turkeys and the poultry farms of Lakewood

Today a burgeoning suburb, Lakewood sprouted from agricultural origins and for several decades reigned as a leading poultry producer. A few people still…

Trail’s End – Lawmen and the Lawless

Trail’s End – Lawmen and the Lawless

In the closing years of the 19th century, Colorado faced economic doom and gloom. It all changed when a new gold rush revived…

Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Making the Great American Desert a Myth

Western Footprints – A Ranch in Wyoming and Utah: Making the Great American Desert a Myth

When the Union Pacific Railroad was being built from Omaha to Promontory Summit, the company was dependent of the sale of bonds to…

Halloween through the ages

Halloween through the ages

By Rosemary Fetter The ancient Celts of the British Isles, particularly Ireland, held sway over the people in the centuries before the Roman…

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Going Green View all

Hailed as the “tree of life,” coconut oil achieves stardom for its many practical uses for year round green healthy living, but especially in the wintertime during the…

My mother and aunts spent many hours canning fresh summer fruits and vegetables over a stove in a hot Oklahoma kitchen. Now it’s much easier to go green…

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