Category Archives: August 2005

Santa Fe Opera gives apprentices a voice

Print this articleWith an arm around Lindoro, her lover, Rosina hurls an insult at Dr. Bartolo. The old fool will not marry her for her money! Bartolo gapes, wondering how Lindoro got into Rosina’a room, disguised as a drunken soldier. … Continue reading

Published in Arts & Entertainment, August 2005

A man of mettle

Print this articleFloyd Johnson’s unique hobby has drawn visitors from across the U.S. and abroad to his rural Dolores “Allmosa Ranch.” A community of big and small people, even aliens, on foot and riding in everything from a wagon to … Continue reading

Published in Arts & Entertainment, August 2005

Fighting for whitewater

Print this articleRafting and kayaking Colorado’s numerous whitewater rivers is a surging business, pumping $200 million into the state’s economy last year, according to industry analysts. The Four Corners contributes its share, hosting thousands of commercial and private boaters on … Continue reading

Published in August 2005

Clawing their way back

Print this articleBack in 1999, the chances that Colorado would ever again have a healthy population of Canada lynx did not look promising. A program to reintroduce the native felines to the state had begun with great fanfare, as hordes … Continue reading

Published in August 2005

4H should change the way it does business

Print this articleMy mother never wanted me to join 4-H. When my father suggested signing me up, she argued that 4-H was “too political,” and she wasn’t interested in camping out at the county fair for a week. But my … Continue reading

Published in August 2005, janelle holden