There’s only so much time to be born, live, learn, find a career, save up, and retire. The differences between the generations couldn’t be more stark. It is, quite frankly, getting harder out there. As the economy continues expanding into high technology, information economies, and Wall Street schemes, and away from manufacturing jobs and corporate responsibility, retirement has
Before the first real snowflakes even hit the ground, everyone - not only Colorado - is talking about the Winter Olympics. This year’s 2018 Winter Olympics will take place in PyeongChang, South Korea on February 9-25. But before that, Colorado, home to some of the most challenging mountains in the nation, has the honor of being the training grounds for amateurs and future Olympians alike
January marks the anniversary of the Monarch Mine explosion, the worst accident in local mining history. The Monarch Mine was located two miles south of Louisville, and was one of the longest-running mines in the region.
The Northern Coal Field was no stranger to accidents. Lafayette's first mayor, Thomas J. Miller, died at the Strathmore, a mine where he was superintendent. The
Kevin Larson: one of Colorado’s most well known names, the brainchild behind Kevin Larson Presents and the party scene that has Coloradans standing in line to let loose. With a career creating the magic and mayhem, we had to know: who the hell is he? He has Denver’s power elite crowd writhing on the dance floor at his
Facebook Killed the Coyotes
BY EDITORIAL STAFF
Coyotes, am I right? “The apocalypse is upon us”, says one facebooker in Erie. A Facebook search for coyotes will bring up story after story about the plight of humans surrounded by snarling predators, the sheer unhinged brutality of wild beast encountering backyard dog or unleashed pet, pet doors and fences be