It’s a good time to sow spinach for later this fall and early next spring. Sow seeds in the garden; keep the area moist for a couple weeks. You’ll harvest healthy, great tasting spinach in a month or six weeks. This also gives you a head start in the spring. The spinach will over-winter and hit the ground growing in early spring. Sow other salad greens, too. They won’t over-winter but they will produce great autumn salads.
Governor John Hickenlooper has spent most of this week on the road promoting what he calls his “Bottom Up” economic development plan. It’s the product of meetings from across the state over the last six months. He spoke with Colorado Public Radio’s Ryan Warner.
Great Music, Celebrations and Steam for this weekend's delights.
The Daddy of ‘Em All – Cheyenne Frontier Days opens today and runs till the end of the month with the world class rodeo, Old West museum, art show, concerts, carnival midway, Wild Horse Gulch with Western merchants, craftspeople, artisans, and even some special guest characters, and the Indian Village, sharing Cheyenne’s Native American history-
Trinity Demask has a 7:00 show tonight at Cannon Mine Coffee in Old Town Lafayette
Across many parts of Colorado, recent rains and flooding have left behind ample breeding grounds for mosquitoes, and health concerns are growing after Boulder County officials reported the first human case of West Nile virus this week. Many cities and counties are trying to strike a balance between protecting the public and their bottom line.