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In 1941, thousands of Coloradans joined the fray in WWII when the 45th Infantry Division became one of the first National Guard units federalized … more
The Comanche were skilled horsemen operating in loose-knit bands that ranged through New Mexico, Southern Colorado, Oklahoma, Southern Kansas, … more
If you’ve ever attended a football game at the Air Force Academy, you are aware of the electric atmosphere that engulfs the stadium. But there is … more
For a little more than three years, I worked in downtown Denver, not very far from where the money is made. Almost every day as I came out of the … more
It is a bit too easy for us to wag our fingers at the people of Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy for choosing the likes of Hitler and Mussolini. It is … more
Mike Shanahan returns to Denver on Oct. 27. It will mark his first regular season appearance at the facility since he took over the reins of the … more
Emily Jacomet and Connor Buckborough stood at the top of the escalator, their red “Ask Me” T-shirts loudly proclaiming their belief in the … more
“Old men’s prayers for death are lying prayers, in which they abuse old age and long extent of life. But when death draws near, not one is … more
It is weird, but I think I ran into Rick “Goose” Gossage when walking the dogs today. He was jogging, but said “hello.” I thought about … more
The Maco Light is a relatively famous story about an 1867 Wilmington-Manchester train wreck in North Carolina and of one Charles “Joe” Baldwin, … more
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