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Fred Foster discusses his life in Colorado and his exploits as a sheriff.
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The 2nd issue of Three Wire Winter includes Ellen Millsap, Minnie Hertzog, Lila Allen, Lucy Marshall, Doc Marshall, Curtis Zabel, Lewis Phillips, Dorothy Wither, Josephine Whitmer, and a feature article on Mt. Harris.
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Doc Utterback, Dale Bostock, and Maude Compenstine describe life in the early mining town of McGregor and nearby Milner in Routt County.
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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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The 14th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Ruth & Heinz Shirr, Wayne & Helen Light, Doc Utterback, Ted Cordova, Shorty Hamidy, J.C. Trujillo, Pete Gorrell and Winston Spangler with a featured article on the McGregor Mine.
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Wilma Marshall, Betty Niesh, and Jeanie Lodwick talk about foraging for local berries and the jams and jellies they make with the foraged goods.
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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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The 24th and final issue of Three Wire Winter includes Pat Dempsey, Angelo Iacovetto, Bill Lee, Patsy Sherar, Cindy Simms, Rick Denney, Noel Hefty, Julie Filler, and Robin Getter, as well as feature articles on Gunslingers and the Steamboat Dance Theater.
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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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Former residents share details about Mt. Harris, a small coal mining community that existed between 1914 and 1958.
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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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Kelley R. Shockley interviews an employee of the Sheriff's Department, Jerry, and Sheriff Nick DeLuca about life in Routt County and work as a deputy.
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In this interview with Henry Root, Robert James "Bob" Gilbert talks about growing up in Routt County, his time in the air force during World War II, and the automobile repair shop where he works as an adult. Bob also gives his opinion about the future of Routt County and Oak Creek.
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Anton Kline, with his wife Nellie, talk about Anton's experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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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.