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Labor Day is recognized as the first Monday in September and embodies both the social and economic successes of American Workers. In fact, Colorado along with Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York implemented the Labor Day holiday by legislative enactment in 1887 behind Oregon who secured state legislation earlier that same year. Per the U.S…. Read more »

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Monday, September 4th, 2017 is Labor Day. A day that symbolically and customarily marks the end of the summer. Labor Day, an official federal holiday as of 1894, began as a day to celebrate and honor America’s labor movement and the contribution that all workers have made to our nation. For many Americans, it’s a… Read more »

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colorado springs snow

Winter came down to our home one night Quietly pirouetting in on silvery-toed slippers of snow, And we, we were children once again. Bill Morgan, Jr. Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region got a taste of winter this week as 3-4 inches of snow fell on the city and surrounding area. The snow that… Read more »

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ice carving in cripple creek

Are you enjoying all of these unseasonably warm days or are you yearning for ice and snow? While colder temperatures and maybe snow may be in the forecast for this week, last weeks warm temperatures had neighbors in Colorado Springs enjoying the January thaw. There was plenty of people watering their lawns and trees, kids… Read more »

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new years resolutions

Now that Christmas is over it is time for Colorado Springs’ to ring in the new year! Do you eat black-eyed peas or lentils to ring in the new year? If you grew up in the South the traditional New Year’s Day meal would definitely include black-eyed peas but very common in Italian-Americans household, lentils and… Read more »

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It was always said of him, that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge. May that be truly said of us, and all of us! And so, as Tiny Tim observed, God Bless Us, Every One! Charles Dickens Christmas Day, the day we commemorate  the birth of Jesus Christ,… Read more »

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holiday appetizers

Yes, it’s true those are Christmas decorations at the supermarket. While some retailers (specifically Nordstrom’s) have made it a point to not promote Christmas and the Holiday Season until after Thanksgiving other retailers are pushing it even closer together. I just read this morning that Wal-Mart has decided to move Black Friday to Thanksgiving Day…no… Read more »

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October Pumpkins

If you’ve lived in Colorado for any period of time you’ve come to expect snow on Pikes Peak in October. This year it seems earlier than most.  And while it really doesn’t snow every Halloween, according to local meteorologist, Mike Madson, “the average high for the day is 57, the average low is 28,” parents… Read more »

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waldo canyon rebuild

Delicious autumn!  My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. George Eliot Last weekend was one of those perfect Colorado autumn weekends, clear bright blue skies and plenty of shimmering gold Aspen leaves to gaze at. In the mountains, it… Read more »

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Colorado Does Not Burn

We woke up to Colorado being in the national news again this morning. It seems that colorado is being bombard with tragedy. It seems important to take some time to reflect. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of last nights shooting. May they feel the support of communities throughout Colorado and the world…. Read more »