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Bill Radford

Country Life columnist and production editor

Bill Radford and his wife live in eastern El Paso County with a menagerie that includes a horse, mule, goats, rabbits and chickens.

Brent Cunningham chats with a customer at the Witty Pork's Woodfired Pizza food truck parked outside of a business center off Interquest Parkway, on Wendesday, March 7, 2018. (Nadav Soroker, The Gazette)
A double exposure of the city of Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak May 17, 2009. Mark Reis, The Gazette
Theresa Strader talks to a large group at the National Mill Dog Rescue that opened their newest addition to the venue 'The Timothy Center' on Saturday February 17, 2018 in Peyton. (Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).
The sun sets on Colorado 94... Pictures
The sun sets on Colorado 94 as the Rush Cafe hosts its last all-you-can-eat dinner Thursday before it closes in tiny Rush. The cafe, opened in 1959 by Woody and Betty Thieman, is closing after 59 years. (Nadav Soroker, The Gazette)
Titan Robotics assembly lead and service manager Dan Inman works on one of the 3-D printers on Wednesday February 14, 2018 in Colorado Springs.The company that allows them to make large-scale, 3-D printers that are sold all around the globe as shown (Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette).
Dan Nordberg
Dave Munger and Diane Loschen talk about the Council of Neighbors and Organizations, which Munger is handing over to Loschen. Photographed at the CONO offices on Thursday, February 8, 2018. (Nadav Soroker, The Gazette)
Brian Swanson and Lynda Cink, business partners who run GalaxyFest and own CK Comics & Collectibles in Manitou Springs, pose for a portrait on Wednesday January 24, 2018. (Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette)