The News Papper – A Look Back in History
The newspaper has been around for over a hundred years. It was invented in Colorado by Calvin Trig, who worked in the mining area near Glenwood Springs, Colorado. He came up with the idea after one day when he noticed that there was a huge crowd at the train station. Most of the people were there to get into work and they were all listening to a man that was blowing some sort of horn. It so happened that Trig had a penchant for collecting news pappers and would go out each day to find them.
The paper came with him, and since that day the Colorado newspaper became known as the Trig Man. Trig would take the news and blow the horn when he got it. People would often wonder how he could do so without his glasses. One day, he took the newspaper on vacation and they sat outside in the hot sun talking and laughing. No one was sure what was going to happen next, but they all enjoyed the conversation.
One day, the Trig Man was walking down Main Street in front of the old downtown Denver Depot when he was stopped by an interesting couple. The woman was a real antique collector, and she recognized the paper from somewhere. She told the couple that she really missed the good old days when the paper would blow the horn whenever there was a story about something important that happened in the town. It was just the perfect ending to a wonderful day.
As years went by, the news papper became more popular. When he was featured in the newspaper, it was almost as if everyone in town knew who he was and what he did. He became a well-known figure and he was known to blow the whistle whenever something important happened. Many people tried to emulate him, but no one seemed to be able to capture the exact flavor of the newspaper. It is still unclear as to what he was doing before people caught on to his secret.
One interesting fact about the newspaper is that he worked for the Colorado Mining and Mineral Commission. Everyone in the area probably knows that the commission ran many public meetings at the courthouse. If you ever want to know how he ended up there, you can go back through the news archives and find out.
The newspaper is such an interesting part of Americana. His life may be as colorful as his work, but most people who knew him agree that he was a very kind and generous man. Even after being exposed as a fraud, he never regretted anything. Instead, he continued to serve the community and to collect money for veterans and for widows and orphans. That is why it is so important that if you have a story to tell about a hometown hero, you should talk about it with a newspaper.