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Sue McMillin
Position: Staff reporter
Phone Number: (970), 375-4548

How to live next to radioactive waste

Aging activists have been fighting for the cleanup of the Cotter Uranium Mill Superfund site for decades

The great getaway: Start planning your summer adventures in Colorado

No matter how long you’ve lived in Colorado and how much you love it, I’ll bet there still are places you haven’t explored. I’ve lived here 40-plus years and continue to discover...

These cookies cut the sweetness in favor of savory flavor

Baked treats pair well with wine and cocktails or afternoon tea

Yes, this is Colorado: Discover canyons, grasslands and chilling history in state’s southeastern corner

The eastern third of Colorado, some joke, might as well be part of Kansas or Oklahoma. The undulating plains are marked by relentless heat waves in the summer and bitter winds in the winter....

Millennials bring new takes on holiday meals

They love cooking shows, discovering recipes online

Preservation effort targets legendary cattleman’s historic barn

Charles Goodnight built ranch west of Pueblo

Searching for the golden larch tree high in the Northwest

Discovering the wonders of a deciduous conifer

Get to know Pueblo: Explore riverwalk, chile farms and Neon Alley

Thousands of people visit Pueblo in August or September every year to attend the Colorado State Fair and the Chile and Frijoles Festival. Those are great events, but if visitors ...

Atomic New Mexico: Exploring the origins of America’s radioactive history

In December 1942, Secretary of War Henry Stimson ordered the director of the remote Los Alamos Ranch School in northern New Mexico to shut down the elite school. Stimson wrote in ...

Musings on cruising: The many nuances and joys of traveling by ship

Nearly 26 million people took a cruise in 2017, and passenger numbers are expected to top 27 million this year. Some of those folks, though, are counted more than once. ...

A river cruise through the heart of Russia

Two-week journey on the Volga explores country’s long history

Burro racing tests human, animal endurance

Sport built on Colorado’s mining heritage celebrates 70 years