"Among the most notable of the buildings erected to provide for the needs of automobile owners was the 1916 A. L. Davis Block at 5600 Wadsworth Boulevard. Davis used the ground floor of the building to house his expanding Davis Garage, a Dodge Brothers and Chevrolet dealership.
One of the most innovative and forward-thinking ideas of the 1800s sprang from the traditional conflict between cattle ranchers and farmers. Begun as a way for farmers to meet and organize, the granges evolved into much more.
Guest Flashback by Carl Campanella
Written By Susan Shirley
So, is it too soon to congratulate ourselves on surviving Friday the 13th a week ago? Knock on wood!
Written By: Susan Shirley
When the gold seekers were flocking to Colorado in 1859, church leaders were coming to the New West for other reasons.