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12017-12-27T10:05:18-08:00Blast from the Past2plain2017-12-27T10:19:59-08:00 "Blast from the Past" is a regular feature from the Steelworks Center of the West. It includes a page out of one of CF&I's publications, such as The Blast, and talks about what was going on at CF&I at the time.
This feature is written by Steelworks Center staff members Victoria Miller and Blake Hatton, as well as students and interns from Colorado State University-Pueblo.