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Richard Soash talks about why he choose politics as a profession, the duties and responsibilities that came along with that decision, and potential future bills he hopes to help pass.
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Richard Soash describes his experiences growing up in rural Routt County focusing on his education. He goes on to talk about changes in society and people's reactions to change.
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Albert Hitchens and three of his adult children describe the 1884 origins of the Hitchens family ranch and life as a ranching family. The Hitchens are the longest continuous ranching family in Routt County. The family operated the post office in Pool, Colorado and later in Milner, Colorado.
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Robert James "Bob' Gilbert describes his upbringing in Routt County and Denver. After serving time in World War II, Bob retured to Oak Creek where he worked on automobile bodies and repairs.
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John Abner "Doc" Utterback Jr. describes his life growing up in Routt County and voices his opinions on a variety of topics including changing values, music, education and community development in Routt County.
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Joe Blandford is interviewed by James Kemry and Bill McKelvie about the his life growing up in Routt County in the early 20th Century and how he and other members of the community cooperated and supported each other during hard times.
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In this interview with Bill McKelvie and Mari Jo Hoaglund John Abner "Doc" Utterback Jr. describes his life growing up in Routt County and voices his opinions on a variety of topics including changing values, music, and education.
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John Abner "Doc" Utterback Jr. describes his life growing up in Routt County and voices his opinions on a variety of topics including changing values, music, education, and community development in Routt County in this interview with Mari Jo Hoaglund and Bill McKelvie.
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In this interview John Abner "Doc" Utterback describes the history of the coal mine and town at McGregor in Routt County, Colorado. He includes details about the social life and schools in that early company town.
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Robert James "Bob' Gilbert describes his upbringing in Routt County and jobs he's had. He shares thoughts about Routt County and his religious beliefs with interviewer Henry Root
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In this interview with Bill McKelvie, Robert James "Bob" Gilbert talks about his school experiences, Mount Harris history, and his work in an automobile body shop. He expresses his hopes for the future of the Routt County economy and the value of education.
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In this interview with Bill McKelvie, Errold Hitchens talks about his experiences growing up on the Hitchens ranch, and memories of his father. Errold explains the economics of the cattle ranching business and expresses his worries about the U.S. economy in 1985.
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In this interview with Tommy Sharp and Bill McKelvie, John Fetcher describes his early life and education and his involvement in munitions manufacturing during World War II. After the war John and his family purchased a ranch in Routt County and learned about the reality of the cattle business.
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In this interview with Tommy Sharp and Bill McKelvie, John Fetcher talks about his experiences as an Elk River Valley cattle rancher and describes his part in the establishment of the Steamboat ski area.
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Rusty Nay is interviewed by Lara Johnson and Bill McKelvie about his life growing up in Steamboat Springs.
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Joe Blandford describes the his life growing up in Routt County in the early 20th Century and how he and other members of the community cooperated and supported each other during hard times.
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John Fetcher describes his early life and education and his involvement in munitions manufacturing during World War II. After the war John and his family purchased a ranch in Routt County, and John went on to make numerous contributions to the Yampa Valley including establishing the Steamboat Springs ski resort.