A protest rally is planned Wednesday when first lady Michelle Obama visits Pueblo on a campaign swing.
That's up the road and then down the road about the same distance and about the same time is a ceremony remembering the innocents killed at Ludlow 98 years ago.
Don't know which one to do - what do you think?
On April 21, 1914, 18 striking coal miners and their family members died in the infamous Ludlow Massacre that was part of what became known as the Great Colorado Coalfield War of 1913-14. Sunday, the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) will hold its annual service in remembrance of those who were killed by coal company guards and the Colorado National Guard.The event will kickoff at 10 a.m. at the Ludlow National Historic Landmark about eight miles north of Trinidad. The site can be reached by taking Interstate 25 exit 27 and heading west on County Road 44.0 about a half mile.