Thursday Dec 5
Newly renovated ice rink to open in Victor
According to a report from The Mountain Jackpot, the rink at Brian's Park was identified as a "community asset" in 2012.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Detroit Free Press
'I should've been dead': Man survives for 6 days with no food, water
Richard Koester's daughter was about to reach a big milestone. On Oct. 11, he wished her a happy early 13th birthday and told her to stay awake until midnight so he could call back to celebrate.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Hellraisers Journal: Mother Jones Working in the Halls of Congress on Behalf of Colorado Miners
Denver, Nov. 28.-a special to the Republican from Cripple Creek says that Frank J. Hangs, attorney for the Western Federation of Miners, to-night secured writs of habeas corpus in the case of Sherman Parker, Victor Pool, C. C. Kenison, W. F. Davis.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Canon City Daily Record Newspaper
What's Happening In Fremont County
Southern Teller County Focus Group and Cripple Creek & Victor Mining Company will host its 16th annual Holiday Headframe Lightning self-guided tours of 1880s mine structures, lighted for the holiday.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Restoration of Capitol dome is golden opportunity to let Colorado's resilience shine
Even though completion of the Capitol dome restoration project isn't expected until the summer of 2014, architects and state leaders behind the ambitious job are already expressing excitement as the project reached a crucial milestone with the application of new gold leaf.
Free Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday in Cripple Creek
The Community of Caring Foundation in Cripple Creek will offer a free Thanksgiving meal Wednesday to anyone and everyone who can make it.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Hellraisers Journal: "Many workers have been deceived into coming" & "detest scabbing."
Since the tragic explosion at the Vindicator Mine which killed two men, the military has been rounding up striking miners without warrants and holding them in the bullpen at Camp Goldfield without charges.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Colorado Labor Wars: 1894 Cripple Creek Strike
Most people who know something about union history are familiar with the Ludlow Massacre in 1914, where the Baldwin Felts Detective Agency and the Colorado National Guard killed 18 people, mostly women and children.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Hellraisers Journal: Company Gunthugs Assist Militia in Raid on Old Segundo in Colorado Strike Zone
A street car strike is dreaded by the peaceful, lawabiding element of the community not merely because of the inconvenience it causes but because of the rioting which is almost certain to ensue.