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Andrew Gulliford
Position: Staff reporter


In Salida, wall art tells story of railroads and mountain troops

Writer advocates for ancient S.W. sites

Challenges visitors to leave artifacts

Some like it hot Soaking up the history at New Mexico’s Ojo Caliente springs

On frigid winter days with long winter nights, there’s nothing like a soak in a natural hot springs and one of the most historic in the Southwest is at Ojo Caliente, N.M. Pioneeri...

Making Ute history live The enduring legacy of Clifford Duncan

Clifford Duncan passed away this winter, and with his passing went centuries of Ute cultural knowledge about land and landscape. A World War II veteran in his 80s living in Neola, Utah, near...

Saving Saguache: Life takes root in an old town

Set in the northern San Luis Valley, Saguache served as one of the early gateways to the San Juans and the Western Slope. When Durango was just a twinkle in railroad baron Gen. W...

Blood and struggle in Ludlow

100 years ago, coal miners rebelled against dangerous working conditions

Hoodoo heaven

Discover mysterious nature of wilderness exploration at Bisti

All eyes to the sky

FLC graduate watches birds of prey to understand their migratory routes

Route 66: Finding the Mother Road

I had the ride, but not the road. I was living in Tennessee, and I’d bought my dream car, a Big Bird or 1963 pearl white Thunderbird complete with a 390-cubic-inch Ford V-8 engine, brushed a...

One last sunset

Suicides in western national parks

Leaving Silt behind

A rural town transforms as the West evolves

It’s a tree – how about a hug?

There’s a lot to learn from giants of the forest