September 3rd, 1911 – Church group goes missing near Portland Mine in Cripple Creek On one foggy Sunday morning in 1911, service at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Cripple Creek was halted after hearing of a missing child reported near the Portland Mine. Alongside other townsfolk, the church group headed
Biden Administration to expatriate all Military Working Dogs left in Afghanistan The Biden Administration announced Tuesday evening that “the President was deeply saddened by the public backlash of his decision to leave working dogs in Afghanistan, and has decided to expatriate these animals so they will no longer be US
Hidden Dangers: Park Rangers reminding hikers to not go off trails or take shortcuts One of the most dangerous things for our trails is actually very common, yet avoidable. Colorado park rangers are reminding hikers to not go off the designated trails or take shortcuts to prevent injury or death.
Teller County Public Health to require quadruple layer masks in school The Teller County health department will require students wear at least 4 masks in schools this year, splitting from other Colorado counties which have announced new mandates in recent days. In its long-awaited school guidance released Wednesday morning, the
Governor blames small businesses for low employment rates; extends unemployment benefits. “It’s definitely not our fault, I mean, these places probably just don’t have enough help wanted signs or something, you know?” stated Jared Polis, Governor of Colorado and award-winning longhorn hen rancher. A new report found the majority of