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Walsenburg 1883: Last Friday the thermometer dropped to 30 degrees below zero, the coldest any old settler can remember. 1890: The Capitol … Keep Reading

Meanwhile, back at the camp

by Nancy Christofferson HUERFANO/LAS ANIMAS — One hundred years ago the United States was involved in its first foreign war, and hundreds … Keep Reading

This week in History

Walsenburg 1891: The Rouse mine has had an average daily loading of 1,700 tons so far this winter, though currently the mine … Keep Reading

Squaring off

by Nancy Christofferson OUT ON THE FRONTIER — The 1950s were the time for many peculiar things, like chunky “modern” furniture, boys … Keep Reading

This Week in History

Walsenburg 1890: The Walsenburg Sandstone Company is a new business that is opening quarries just west of town along the Denver and … Keep Reading

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