Katie White at home with her youngest daughter, Cami, in Colorado Springs Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020. White is a gym teacher at Columbia Elementary School in Colorado Springs. While teaching remotely due to COVID-19, she used her daughters Cami, 8, and Macy, 14, in instructional physical education videos for her students. White is now back teaching in-person but still creates video content for her at-home learners. (Mark Reis, Special to The Colorado Sun)

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Ian Neligh rode his childhood fascination with heroes and artifacts of the Old West to a year-long project

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“Spurred West” examines the myth of the Wild West, starting with its icon, Buffalo Bill Cody

Author Ian Neligh spent a year researching the legends that inspired the lore that captivated America and beyond, to see if remnants of the dime-novel stories lives on in the West