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Tag Archives: Colorado State Fair
More than 444,000 people attended this year’s Colorado State Fair in Pueblo, which ended on Labor Day. Fair officials say that’s down slightly—about 7 percent—but the fair was a success by the standards that count. Listen to and read the … Continue reading
Labor Day marks the last day of the Colorado State Fair. Story to follow on KRCC later this week.
Kathryn Grahn, who is 87 years old, says her grandmother survived tuberculosis, drove a mule team on a frontier mail route and staked out her claim to land in Prowers County that is now the 5,000 acre Rocking 7K Ranch, … Continue reading
Horses ridden by kids in costumes will whirl in circles and perform sliding stops during the Colorado State Fair. The choreography of youth freestyle reining is set to music, usually rock and roll or country since it’s up to the kids … Continue reading
The Colorado State Fair is in full swing in Pueblo. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to check out the annual celebration of the state’s agriculture and more. They’ll have plenty to do from spinning on rides at the … Continue reading
Carnival rides are spinning, kids are showing their prize livestock and the bacon wrapped turkey legs are smoking on the grill at the Colorado State Fair. It goes on through Monday in Pueblo. But in Denver, some legislators are worried about its bottom line. … Continue reading
The Colorado State Fair kicked off Friday, with a full slate of livestock competitions, concerts, rides, food and people watching. More photos at cpr.org
Teeny Lamothe’s love of pies started when she was a child, baking with her mother in their Littleton home. A few years ago she decided to go on a “Pie Tour” to learn everything she could about pie. She apprenticed … Continue reading
Sights and Sounds from the Colorado State Fair, an audio postcard and slideshow produced by Andrea Chalfin with photographs by Shanna Lewis for KRCC News.