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Pat Green Sandefur discusses her life and accomplishments in Routt County.
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Judy Walden and Roger Reynolds talk about their experiences providing support for gifted children and adults with various learning abilities, as well as touch upon the students they mentor who are interested in the same field of work. NOTE: Interview with Judy Walden repeats from 00:32:00 - 1:05:00.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed by Bill McKelvie, Jolene (Stetson) Linke and Curtis Laisle about his long life in Routt County.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed about his experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Carl Ramunno talks about his time in the Army, and how he ended up in Steamboat Springs coaching high school wrestling and football.
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Carl Ramunno recounts his life and discusses coaching wrestling for Steamboat Springs High School.
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The history of the Red Light District in Brooklyn, Routt County is described by Bob Swinehart, Dorothy Wither, and Anton Kline.
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Dude Todd talks about his experiences as Deputy, and then Sheriff, of Oak Creek and the many adventures his job took him on.
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Ian Payton and Debbie Hazelbaker talk about their experiences providing support for gifted children and adults with various learning abilities.
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Winston Spangler is Interviewed by Roger Muhme, Larry Ball, and Roger Bidell about his life living on different ranches in Colorado and elsewhere.
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Gertrude Campbell is interviewed about her upbringing and her time as a high school teacher in Steamboat springs.
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Kelley R. Shockley and Tanna Brock interview Dude Todd about his life in Routt County working in the Sheriffs Department.
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In this interview with Darren Dodd, Randy Taylor talks about the origins of stock car racing in the Yampa Valley including his part in establishing Hayden Speedway. He adds details about his enjoyment of the sport and his participation in stock car races around Colorado and Utah.
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Randy Taylor and Leo Trucke describe the origins of Hayden Speedway and their experiences as drivers at the track. Darren Dodd explains the process of modifying his car for racing and the demise of the car.
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In this interview with Darren Dodd, Leo and Peggy Trucke describe Leo Trucke's experiences as a stock car owner and driver.
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Bill Lee talks about his experience working in Routt County mines, his memory of the Wadge Mine explosion, as well as his time in the U.S. Navy during World War II. His wife Lorene Lee talks about raising a family in a close knit mining community.
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Bill McKelvie and a student interview Angelo Iacovetto and his wife Helen for the Winter 1988 issue of Three Wire Winter about growing up and working in Routt County.
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Everett "Ev" Bristol, Eunice Dorr and Dorothy Wither explain the process of rural electrification in Routt County including the establishment of the Yampa Valley Electric Association and how the community was affected by the introduction of electricity.
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In this interview with Michelle Clark, Mary Rose, and Marian "Sam" Marti, Eunice Door describes her role as a bookkeeper and office manager in the early days of the Yampa Valley Electric Association. She talks about how the arrival of electric power affected the lives of residents of Routt County.
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Sarah Monnahan describes the instability of her young life, with her father leaving the family when she was two, being left to live with grandparents, great-grandparents and strangers in several different towns and states during her mother’s three marriages, and a house fire that singed her hair and clothes before destroying all of her belongings. She finally found something like a normal life when she was sent to live with her grandmother and uncle...