101 Families and Century Families

Well I finally found the time for this project…dang that took a long time I know it. We had the 101 Family Stories on Trinidadco.com before we changed the site over to a new setup and I just couldn’t find the time to complete the conversion. It was a big project that quite honestly I dreaded…but finally you can enjoy reading these wonderful family stories about long time residents from the Trinidad Colorado area.

Visit this Link 101 Family Stories to check them out, there are some really interesting stories. Share them with your friends and family.

New Entertainment and Restaurant Coming to Trinidad Soon

Did you hear the good news? Well maybe you haven’t so I am hear to tell you some really good news. Rick Colander a local resident who moved here from the Denver area and settled here and built a home has decided to make a career change. This is good news for Trinidad because Rick has been playing music in a local Denver Band for many years and he felt that a local place for entertainment was something that we really needed. Well, maybe he really needs a place to play his music but hey we benefit from that too.

Full Restaurant, Full Bar, Live Entertainment Every Week

Scheduled to open between December 15th and 30th….we know how these things go so just know that they are working on opening as soon as possible.

Purgatorie on Elm

The new business is called Purgatorie and it is in one of the neatest old historic building around, the old Trinidad Train Station on Elm Street at 516 Elm Street. It will have a full Restaurant, Full Bar and Live Entertainment every week. Catering and Banquet by ” is provided by the Little Catering Company.

Their new website is at www.purgatoireonelm.com

Phone: 719-845-7450 Rick or 719-214-2856 Leona

Check out their Facebook page and give them a huge “Like”!

Pass the Word and tell all your friends so that we can support this new business.

 

A New Method of Fracking that may not affect Ground Water

Could it be so? I have always said that there has to be a better way that will not remove or pollute our precious ground water. I hope this is the case…but the jury is still out but bottom line this is the kind of creative thinking that we need to save us from the irreparable damage that is being done to our ground water.

Read the story here: http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/11/08/a-fracking-method-with-fewe-water-woes/

 

And let us know what you think….please comment below.