Synonyms for walsenburg_colorado or Related words with walsenburg_colorado

alamosa              walsenburg              pagosa_springs              las_animas              conejos              glenwood_springs_colorado              salida_colorado              tierra_amarilla              arivaca              sapinero              marysvale              huerfano              springerville_arizona              ruidoso              nogales_arizona              cokedale              twin_buttes              poncha_springs              riverton_wyoming              saguache              rangely              mountainair              scobey_montana              tres_piedras              carrizozo              kingman_arizona              manzanola              texico              carrizo_springs              susanville              grangeville              winnemucca_nevada              ciudad_acuña_coahuila              tumacacori              kremmling              ouray_colorado              agua_prieta_sonora              pahrump_nevada              plumas              antonito              laramie_wyoming              picacho              nogales              paonia_colorado              quartzsite              falfurrias              wickenburg_arizona              cuencamé              coulterville              bisbee_arizona             



Examples of "walsenburg_colorado"
Petrus was born in Walsenburg, Colorado. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Debora Greger (born 1949 Walsenburg, Colorado) is an American poet as well as a visual artist.
Roy Lee Porter (July 30, 1923, Walsenburg, Colorado – January 24 or 25, 1998, Los Angeles) was an American jazz drummer.
Douglass began his engineering career in 1909 with the Danford & Sanderson firm in Trinidad and Walsenburg, Colorado. He became a junior member of that firm.
State Highway 10 in the U.S. state of Colorado is a route through the southeast region of the state, connecting Walsenburg, Colorado with La Junta, Colorado.
As commissioned in 1926 the western terminus was Trinidad, Colorado. In 1939, US 160 absorbed all of former route U.S. Route 450 which ran from U.S. 50 at Crescent Junction, Utah to U.S. Route 85 at Walsenburg, Colorado.
A key trail into Taos was "The Old Taos Trail", which began at the Bent's Fort on the Arkansas River in Colorado, west of the Spanish Peaks, through Sangre de Cristo Pass (west of Walsenburg, Colorado), Old La Veta Pass and into Questa area (NM 522/NM38 area).
KFEZ (101.3 FM) is a 95,500-watt radio station licensed to Walsenburg, Colorado broadcasting an Soft Adult Contemporary format. KFEZ serves the areas of Pueblo, Walsenburg, Rocky Ford, and Colorado Springs, Colorado. KFEZ is owned by Edward Magnus and operated under an LMA by SOCO Radio.
The Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness is a U.S. Wilderness Area located northwest of Walsenburg, Colorado in the San Isabel and Pike National Forests. The wilderness area includes the summit of Greenhorn Mountain, the highest point in the Wet Mountains of Colorado. There are of trails, all in the northern half of the wilderness.
After World War I, Douglass moved to Dearborn, Michigan where he worked as an engineer with a subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company. He later formed, and served as president of, the firm of Douglass, Corey and Fish Engineers with offices in Denver, Trinidad, and Walsenburg, Colorado.
KSPK-FM (102.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Walsenburg, Colorado, United States, the station is currently owned by Mainstreet Broadcasting Company, Inc. and features its own programming. KSPK-FM is not affiliated with any mainstream broadcasting company, and touts itself as being one of the few locally owned and operated radio stations left in Southern Colorado.
Albert survived three wives, all of whom were partially or fully Mexican and all of whom died while married to him, and fathered 21 children before his death in Montana. He is buried in the old Catholic Cemetery at Walsenburg, Colorado.
Huerfano County High School, at 415 Walsen Ave. in Walsenburg, Colorado, was built in 1920. It was designed in Late Gothic Revival style by architect Isaac Rapp. It has also been known as Walsenburg Middle School and denoted as 5HF.2183. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
CCA closed the Huerfano County Correctional Center at Walsenburg, Colorado, in 2010. CCA appealed an initial county assessment of $30.5 million in property taxes for 2010. CCA's contract with the county had specified that CCA would pay only $19 million for 2011 and $15 million for each of the next three years.
All the Boy Scouts plus staff camping at Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch quickly evacuated the camp because the staff and scouts drill for such events. Many went to the open shelter at John Mall High School in Walsenburg, Colorado, and some left to go home.
The Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch (SPSR) is located near Walsenburg, Colorado and borders the Spanish Peaks Wilderness. It is a local council camp of the Santa Fe Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America based out of Garden City. The camp gives program geared toward outdoor education such as wilderness backpacking, climbing, and outdoor skills.
Bituminous coal mines opened in the Raton Basin in 1873. Walsenburg, Colorado, Trinidad, Colorado and Raton, New Mexico became coal-mining towns. The coal deposits are in the Vermejo Formation (Cretaceous) and overlying Raton Formation (Cretaceous and Paleocene). Most of the mines were underground room-and-pillar, although in later years some mines in New Mexico used longwall mining. Some strip mining was done in New Mexico.
Located at 420 Main Street, Walsenburg, Colorado 81089, within the offices of The Colorado Cannabis Growers Association is a quasi Cannabis Art gallery featuring the works of various fine artists around the world. The second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm The Colorado Cannabis Growers Association holds top of industry special guest speakers. These speakers outline various topics regarding the legal marijuana industry.
The Huerfano County Courthouse and old Walsenburg jail now the Walsenburg Mining Museum, are historic building in Walsenburg, Colorado in Huerfano County. The courthouse was built in 1904. The jail was built in 1896. The buildings were added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 23, 1973. The courthouse is located at 400 Main Street. The jail is located at 112 West Fifth Street. The jail held Bob Ford, who killed Jesse James, and labor leader Mary "Mother" Jones.
The Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch (SPSR) is located near Walsenburg, Colorado and borders the Spanish Peaks Wilderness. It is a local council camp of the Santa Fe Trail Council based out of Garden City, Kansas. The camp gives program geared toward outdoor education such as wilderness backpacking, climbing, and outdoor skills. In 2013, the camp was partially destroyed by a wildfire which destroyed over 13,500 acres. The camp has since been rebuilt and has re-opened for operation.