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Despite some heated political rhetoric from around the country, Colorado seniors know that the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit is affordable and is working, even for older men and women in the lowest income bracket. At the Colorado … more
What are you listening to these days? Better yet, who are you listening to? Have you ever noticed that when we fill our minds with positive thoughts, productive ideas and upbeat music, we tend to feel better and perform better in all areas of our … more
Growing up in Brighton in the late 70s and early 80s it was a small, quaint little town. I’ve seen much change. This is the small town I once called home, graduated high school from in the 1990s and continued working in even as it has grown … more
While the City of Littleton, Colorado is not a “trend setter” among Colorado municipalities, it is still worthy of comment on what recently happened there. Littleton voters in a clear-cut “voice” expressed their desire to pull in the reins … more
Many who read the words “human trafficking” imagine something distant, foreign, and far removed from the everyday life of Americans. But Coloradans are finding that it’s a problem much closer to home; and sometimes even in our own … more
To be useful, honorable and compassionate. Seems like it all started as when the pastor talked to him. Doug McKenzie describes it this way. “Pastor Ellen (Fenter) had contacted me about going … more
Suddenly, it is all just too hard. A person needs a break. “The most important thing is that the caregivers are healthy. It is a 24-hour-a-day job,” says Sonja Search of Lifting Spirits, Adult … more
When a friend told me recently that his granddaughter had won the 4th grade Spelling Bee at her school, I immediately told him that I’m glad we’re still teaching spelling in school. (Don’t even get me started on the fact that schools are … more
At 9 this morning, from my open bedroom window, I heard voices. I peeked out and saw a rare sight. A group of my neighbors huddled together in the street talking loudly. Flinging on my bathrobe, I marched barefoot out my front door and approached … more
I’m going to start this column with something — well — unorthodox. I am going to start this column with an apology. I am sorry. Because what’s coming next is a whole slew of statistics. Again, I apologize. I wouldn’t do this if it … more
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