Monument was ‘meat and potatoes’ kind of place

From hoof, to hook, packed on ice, railcar shipped; Monument was 'meat and potatoes' kind of place By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com In the fall, cattle...

Hiring a Life Coach helped me graduate high school and thrive

What is Coaching? How can it help me and or my child? I feel it best to let the experience of my client,...

Beekeeping in the Tri-Lakes region (part 2) Swarm Capture

I had intended to discuss a different topic entirely for the second article in this series; however, fate had other plans so...

Tri-Lakes local market update for May 2019

Information provided by Melissa Evans-Bagnall     Home Sales for May 2019

Rescuer of the Meeker women, Ouray’s friend, took Packer back to Los Pinos

Monument’s founder surfaces time, and time again in early Colorado history By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com When the town of Monument showed up originally on...

Like an alligator, but not: Colorado Torpedo

Prairie cousin of the Loch Ness monster By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com The last of the native wolves disappeared from Colorado in the 1940s. No...

A view from our youth

Hello, my name is Racquel Garcia. I am a local life coach and philanthropist who's passion is serving youth and family in...

For Decades, early October was Potato Bake time in Monument

By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com Potato Bake Day in Monument was celebrated every year for decades in the early history of Monument, just about...

72 hours

One of the things I love about living in Colorado is the surprise weather.  On May 20th, when the predicted "couple of...

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