Colorado Energy Voices

Colorado’s Rocky Mountains hold much more than ski resorts and hiking trails. And its fertile prairies help grow more than cattle and corn. Like many western states, Colorado has a rich tradition of natural resource development.The mountain mines tap everything from gold to coal but increasingly the state is also seeing dramatic growth in oilContinue Reading

Saddles, tack and the Western lifestyle

Saddles, tack and the Western lifestyle

Good saddles, tack and working gear for horsemen and folks who love the Western lifestyle. That’s the brand Roger Allgeier has built Brighton Feed and Saddlery into over the course of its 71 year history. With an influx of people moving from New Mexico, Arizona and Texas to take jobs in Colorado’s booming oil industry,…

In Weld County, It’s made a difference all around

For Carla Castro, new energy development means a strong foundation for new workers and young families in the small Colorado town of Gilcrest. She has seen prospects for a good job and a stable future improve dramatically as the energy industry has lead the state out of the economic recession. And as a member of…

A new career

A new career

There is a future in the oil and gas industry, and Natali Delgado wants to seize that opportunity. As a college graduate with a degree in early childhood education, Natali is going back to school to study in the oil and gas program at Aimes Community College in Ft. Lupton, Colorado. Shes seen lots of…