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Governor John Hickenlooper was sworn into office Tuesday for his second term. The ceremony took place on a chilly morning outside the west steps of the state capitol. Several hundred people gathered to watch Hickenlooper along with other statewide elected officials take the oath of office.
 

Martha Perez-Sanz

Chico Basin Ranch sits on the high prairie just 30 miles southeast of Colorado Springs. The sprawling family-run, working cattle ranch spans 87,000 acres and is home to animals both tame and wild. KRCC's Martha Perez-Sanz wanted to know more about the life of a modern day 'cowboy' and has this audio postcard from a visit to the Ranch.

Eliza Densmore

The Rocky Mountain Field Institute held its last trail maintenance event of the year in mid-November at Garden of the Gods.  Around 75 volunteers from all parts of the Colorado Springs community showed up to help.  KRCC’s Eliza Densmore was there and has this audio postcard.

  The Rocky Mountain Field Institute is participating in IndyGive! KRCC is a partner in IndyGive!

Kate Dunn

People come from far and wide to hike the Manitou Incline, especially now that it’s legal.  Rain, shine, or even snow, everyone who makes the trek has his or her own motivation.  Along with her friend Mariel Dempster, KRCC’s Kate Dunn made the journey during the cold and snowy weather we recently had in the Pikes Peak region, and brought back this audio postcard.
 

The Incline daily record holder, Greg Cummings, was known for making the trek 601 times in a year. 

Maggie Spencer

It’s an annual tradition in the Rocky Mountain Region for folks to search for holiday trees in the National Forests.  Permitting has largely closed for the season, but KRCC’s Maggie Spencer recently set out into the Pikes Peak Ranger District with fire prevention officer Dawn Sanchez and found the Gurzi’s of Colorado Springs on the hunt for their tree. She brought back this audio postcard.