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At a time when federal dollars are stretched thin, we need to shift to models that pay for outcomes, rather than paying for services that may or may not be working. This is the type of approach that can and should apply to a range of government services. It's also the type of approach Republican Sen. Rob Portman and I took when crafting the recently passed Pay-for-Success Act - which works to make federal job training programs more effective and responsive to what employers want. more
Stuff. Most of us have lots of it. Cristin Bleess and her husband, Adrian Horner, did. more
Come one, come all to Westy Fest this coming Saturday, Aug. 9at Westminster City Park (105th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard). Always a treat for the whole family, this year’s Fest (Faire) includes some fundraising activities “next door” worthy … more
Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice held a press conference May 23 in an attempt to characterize punching his then-fiancé – and dragging her unconscious body out of an elevator in an Atlantic City casino in February – as a … more
The last of the native wolves disappeared from Colorado in the 1940s. No Grizzly Bears were seen here from 1952 until 1979, when a hunting guide unexpectedly killed one in self-defense in the San … more
Things I learned while vacationing around the state of Colorado last week: Colorado is an enormous state, and it takes a long time to get places. This is a great thing, as long as your family is happy and getting along (or sleeping); a wise … more
My husband, Bob, passed away on July 22. I want to share his obituary today. As well, I wanted to share our family’s gratitude to Agape Hospice for taking such wonderful care of Bob in the last few days of his life. So many have reached out to us … more
In casual golf outings when we shank our first shot into the lake and reach back into our bag for another ball to tee it up one more time, we call that shot a mulligan. And many times that second ball is just as bad as the first; however, there are … more
Attorney Ken Geddes grew up in Victor during the ‘30s and ‘40s. His parents owned and published the Time Record from 1941 to 1951. Talking with Geddes a few years ago, the conversation … more
Most everyone in Colorado and many in the Rocky Mountain region believe the Denver Broncos are on the cusp of winning a Super Bowl. But as the 2014 NFL season approaches it is interesting to hear what others around the country think about … more
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