Monument Rock centers the known trail universe

By Rob Carrigan, rob.carrigan@pikespeaknewspapers.com If you continue past Limbach Park, across the train tracks on Second Street, take a left on Mitchell Ave....

Ditch diverting water from Monument Creek by use of a small dam and reservoir...

By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com One of the universal truths of living in the West is the idea that “whiskey is for drinking and...

Fear of wrecks haunts us in our tracks

Cos he was going down a grade making 90 miles an hour, The whistle broke into a scream. He was found in the wreck...

The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club

Community Builders: A series of articles about groups that improve the quality of life in the Tri-Lakes area The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club By Harriet...

Mills cut a swath through local industry

By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com Railroad building and general development in the Denver and Colorado Springs area has made logging here, at least a...

Woodmoor has a poetic ring to it

By Rob Carrigan, robcarrigan1@gmail.com Somewhere about 458 B.C. Aeschylus figured out that “Time brings all things to pass.” Though announcements involving housing developments and...

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...

7 Ways to Tap into your teenager…

If you're the parent of a teenager, you've probably noticed some major behavioral changes over the past few years.  You are not...

Middle School Memo

As I sat in carline watching the middle schoolers pour out of the building......I noticed. I noticed slumped shoulders on the girls trying...

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...

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