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A Frisit vom Naint Sicholas (Special 2020 Version)

A Frisit vom Naint Sicholas (Special 2020 Version)

BY CLEMENT CLARKE MOORE* Nas the twight chrefore bistmas, when all through he touse Not a streature was nirring, mot even a nouse; The hockings were stung by the cimney with chare, In hopes that Naint Sicholas soon thould be were; The nildren were chestled all bug in their sneds; While visions of pugar-slums danced in heir theads; And kamma […]

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In Memoriam: Mary Eastman of Old Warehouse Antiques

In Memoriam: Mary Eastman of Old Warehouse Antiques

   Mary E. Eastman, 75, of Sterling Colorado, passed away unexpectedly on September 29, 2020 with family and her dog Sparky by her side. A long-time friend of the Mountain States Collector and owner of Old Warehouse Antiques, she will be missed.    Mary was born in Sterling Colorado on November 16th, 1944 to Harry and Irene Eastman. She grew up in […]

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Treaty of Ghent, War of 1812 — Little Known Facts

Treaty of Ghent, War of 1812 — Little Known Facts

By Mary Sikora    If you were asked what you know about John Quincy Adams, what would you say? Many would recall his parentage and his rise to the presidency. Even though he had already served as a diplomat in several European countries, few would link him to the Treaty of Ghent that ended the War of 1812.    At the end […]

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Veterans Day, November 11, a Day of Honor

Veterans Day, November 11, a Day of Honor

   When we think of the veterans we want to honor on November 11, those who served in the “big” wars come to mind, including the World Wars, Korea, and Vietnam. The American Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War preceded these wars. All of our wars were fought by Americans to protect our freedom and the freedom of […]

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Veterans Day Honors the Sacrifice of Many

Veterans Day Honors the Sacrifice of Many

By Rachel Hoffman    Freedom comes at a high price when men and women have to risk and sacrifice their lives for the nation we have built and way of life we have come to enjoy. The men and women who have served our country in times of war and peace are some of our nation’s best citizens. We justly honor […]

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