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I would speculate that many Americans have a bit of a jaundiced eye for some services provided by the government and the employees who provide the service. For example, many folks would say the county driver’s license and vehicle license bureau … more
Life is for one generation. A good name (or a bad one) is forever. The area known as “the Divide” has a historically strong name or reputation for inclement Colorado weather. The May snowstorm of … more
Running a newspaper 120 years ago was the kind of business that required varying degrees of verbosity -- depending mostly on how much advertisement the paper was able to sell. And it was true … more
To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of our demise are greatly exaggerated. Newspapers have a million ways of being useful and some of them have nothing at all to do with being black and white and read … more
Let me tell you the story of a constituent of mine named Humberto. His parents brought him to the United States at the age of 2, moving to Colorado when Humberto was 6. A few years ago, Humberto graduated from Aurora Central High School, the high … more
Ouch, those U.S. 36 highway tolls seem high. While it is exciting that the first segment of the expanded U.S. 36 will open this summer, the recently approved toll rates seems like a bit of a bite. The High Performance Transportation Enterprise (a … more
Let me tell you the story of a constituent of mine named Humberto. His parents brought him to the United States at the age of 2, moving to Colorado when Humberto was 6. A few years ago, Humberto graduated from Aurora Central High School, the high … more
First we had the wonderful Chihuly Show and now we make a one-eighty to “Deborah Butterfield: The Nature of Horses.” Through Oct. 18, the artist’s 15 stunning life-sized sculptures will occupy the beautiful outdoor grounds at the Denver … more
Nestled in the southeast corner of Colorado is Springfield, home to just 1,400 people. Highway 287 runs through the middle of the small town that has no stoplights and just a few restaurants. Springfield is also home to the Class 1A high school … more
I am, I am sad to admit, a chronically late person. I don’t know why, I always have been. I have never been the person who wanted to be the first person in the room, sitting in my chair with all my thoughts in order and all my things laid out … more
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