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Trail’s End – George M. Wallace, Denver Tech Center pioneer

The father of the booming Denver Tech Center, George MacKenzie Wallace came from a middle class family, the eldest of three sons in…

Trail’s End – Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo kicks up its heels for its 75th

Trail’s End – Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo kicks up its heels for its 75th

The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo has been a summer tradition for three-quarters of a century, blossoming from a rodeo event staged by…

A Tailing Tale – The Irishman and the Funeral

A Tailing Tale – The Irishman and the Funeral

A tale is told of a prospector from Ireland named Pat who attended a funeral in Black Hawk in 1860. By force of…

Trail’s End – 50 years ago: The South Platte River Flood of 1965

Trail’s End – 50 years ago: The South Platte River Flood of 1965

I didn’t remember that exact day in 1965, I had to look it up, but I remember the night.  It was June 16,…

Colorado Gold Rush – The Gold Rush of 1859

Colorado Gold Rush – The Gold Rush of 1859

Send in your tales so they can be shared Many a tale is told, retold, embellished and preserved of events that took place…

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Going Green View all

We are living in a throwaway culture. When you look through the trash in your own home, you’ll probably find discards that could have been recycled or repurposed…

Ben Steiner of Steamboat Springs started making small hand-carved bowls from salvaged “blowdown” wood about 20 years ago when a freakish wind storm blew over thousands of spruce,…

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