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Colorado History – Carnegie Libraries in Colorado: Is there one in your town?

National Library Week, April 13-19, is a great time to tell the story of how the public library got started more than a…

Trail’s End – Square Dancing: Colorado born

Trail’s End – Square Dancing: Colorado born

Swing your partner – do-si-do! Square dancing continues its appeal since emerging in the 1930s as a folk tradition revival. A uniquely American…

Colorado History – Centennial commemorates disastrous Ludlow Labor Strike

Colorado History – Centennial commemorates disastrous Ludlow Labor Strike

By Rosemary Fetter  On a lonely prairie approximately 12 miles northwest of Trinidad, a huge granite monument stands as testament to the bloodiest…

Trail’s End – The story of Charles Hall & South Park Salt Works

Trail’s End – The story of Charles Hall & South Park Salt Works

The South Park Salt Works complex was built in 1866, or perhaps even earlier. Historian LeRoy Hafen stated this “factory” was Colorado Territory’s…

Colorado History – The University of Denver celebrates 150 Years of Excellence in Education

Colorado History – The University of Denver celebrates 150 Years of Excellence in Education

By Rosemary Fetter On March 5, 1864, Territorial Gov. John Evans, and other city fathers, including railroad entrepreneurs David Moffat and W.H. Loveland,…

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Going Green View all

Earth Day comes but once a year on April 22, but we should respect our good earth and practice environmental awareness all year. Earth Day was started in…

We are a society passionate about our smartphones, but we may not have realized how we can go green with our cellphones to go green. We carry our…

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