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There are no medals for kindness

Gordon Rozanski remembers the faces of those he helped, and those who helped him. Vietnam 1965 – Capt. Gordon Rozanski flew into Landing Zone X-Ray in the Ia Drang Valley on the supply helicopter.  He was the supply officer for

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There are no medals for kindness

Gordon Rozanski remembers the faces of those he helped, and those who helped him. Vietnam 1965 – Capt. Gordon Rozanski flew into Landing Zone X-Ray in the Ia Drang Valley on the supply helicopter.  He was the supply officer for

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Preserving the family store for four generations

Wendy and Coralue Anderson, Kneisel and Anderson Store (started in 1893), Georgetown, Colorado Their great grandfather Henry Kneisel used to sell Dr. Hamers High Altitude and Dry Climate Home Cures.  Today they feature Colorado-made products including jams, syrups, sauces and gift

Preserving the family store for four generations

Wendy and Coralue Anderson, Kneisel and Anderson Store (started in 1893), Georgetown, Colorado Their great grandfather Henry Kneisel used to sell Dr. Hamers High Altitude and Dry Climate Home Cures.  Today they feature Colorado-made products including jams, syrups, sauces and gift

Rehabilitation became a dirty word

Juveniles sentenced to institutions no longer receive offers of help, only punishment, according to Jerry Agee, former Director of the Colorado Division of Youth Services, who retired after 42 years of trying to ensure the system did not loose its

Rehabilitation became a dirty word

Juveniles sentenced to institutions no longer receive offers of help, only punishment, according to Jerry Agee, former Director of the Colorado Division of Youth Services, who retired after 42 years of trying to ensure the system did not loose its

Deadliest job

Daniel Mills has the deadliest job in America — climbing towers to install celluar telephone antennas, coax and microwave dishes.  Based in Arizona he travels throughout the West sometimes away from home for more than a month at a time.

Deadliest job

Daniel Mills has the deadliest job in America — climbing towers to install celluar telephone antennas, coax and microwave dishes.  Based in Arizona he travels throughout the West sometimes away from home for more than a month at a time.