Category - Feature

Road Trippin’ All Summer Long

It’s summer — or will be soon. Everyone is looking for fun and interesting places to visit. Here are five suggestions for sites in Colorado that will make for a fun day trip or a memorable stop on a longer getaway. Find what...

A Colorado Woman’s Journey of a Lifetime

By Sharon Sullivan – “I wanted to do something spectacular for my 60th birthday,” Angie Zdunich says. So she did. On August 30 of last year, the western Colorado woman began a 500-mile trek across Spain along the...

Carving out an Artistic Legacy on the Eastern Plains

By Mary Peck – Nestled in the heart of northeastern Colorado’s peaceful, rolling plains lies the little town of Merino. Cattle dot the fields, students fill the award-winning junior-senior high school and, on Main Street...

2019 Photo Contest

By Mona Neeley – The Centennial State is known as a great place to play, whether it is in the snow, on the water, in the mountains, on the eastern plains or wherever your wanderlust takes you. This past year, we asked...

A Simple Click Improves Prosthetics

By Sharon Sullivan – On a blue sky, powder snow day in 2009, certified prosthetist Joe Mahon was sitting on a ski lift with his wife when he received a phone call from a patient. She was preparing to leave on a trip and...

Colorado Company Makes Super Bowl Magic

By Julie Simpson – Anyone who has ever watched or attended a major sporting event knows that they involve a lot of people: thousands of spectators, media personnel, athletes, concessions, cleanup crew, security and the list...

Co-ops Help Create a Brighter Tomorrow in Guatamala

By Mona Neeley – The lights are on in Pie del Cerro and Tierra Blanca Salinas, two remote, primitive villages in north central Guatemala, thanks to 15 Colorado and Oklahoma lineworkers. Seven men from Colorado electric...