August 2013

All posts published in August 2013

75 posts

Turning Back the Pages


30 Years Ago – September 2, 1983   Arden Larson, president and majority stockholder of Saratoga, claims that, although no gold is yet ready for shipment to refinery, the last bugs have been worked out in a More »

Three days of fun and music


The NedFest version of Woodstock by Dave Gibson At Nederland’s own mini Woodstock last week, concert goers were treated to “three days of fun and music.” Even though the crowd didn’t chant “No Rain” when afternoon storms More »

The Voice of Hope “Lost in a Blizzard”


4th in the Series of 5 – Life Coaching By Dr. Mike Brooks The storms of life were beginning to take shape and I had no idea what was only hours away could be my final hours of living. We turned in about 9:00 p.m. that evening. I was More »

Hitting the links for a good cause


Gilpin Education Foundation Golf Tournament By Patty Unruh The Gilpin Education Foundation held its eighth annual tournament at the Evergreen Golf Course August 23. The purpose of the friendly tournament was to raise funds for the More »

Labor Day 2013 and our mining strike history


Did our local big union strikes benefit the workers? By Forrest Whitman Labor Unions have long claimed that they raised the standard of living for the American worker. Labor Day speeches make that point today. Economists tend to agree. They often More »