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I have a long history of thinking about beer when I write. My first official beat as a reporter on a daily newspaper was “breweries and beer.” It was 1982, and I was a student at Colorado … more
The day my husband Bob died was the saddest day of my life. I feel as though life has no meaning. But in speaking with other widows and widowers they all say the pain will gradually lessen. Now I have total empathy for understanding what grief is … more
“Words have the power to spread awareness, hope, and inspiration to people who would have otherwise despaired.” Is this wisdom from Mahatma Gandhi? Albert Einstein? Martin Luther King, Jr.? No, these words are from Jordan Dalton, a … more
Well, the voters have spoken. And you know what they said? They said “shut up. All of you!” Seriously, I’m starting to think the day after the election is my second favorite day of television all year long, right behind the first day of … more
Who says elected officials are always responsive to the public, consistent and vote for “the better good?” I don’t think that is true with at least some of them. I saw it many times during my career in city management. It happens at all levels … more
Are you kind? No, seriously, are you kind? You would probably agree that most of us would consider ourselves kind. And we may have even been told by others just how kind we are from time to time, and maybe even all the time. Now certainly … more
A good friend's wife had ovarian cancer, time stood still, and then he was handed a different clock. Things that mattered the day before didn't matter very much. more
The door opens and a slight woman with a quick smile, round glasses, comfy gray sweats and short, snowy hair pushes her walker into the hall. more
“Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity.”__ Aristotle, 4th Century B.C.With the G.I. Bill authorized by Congress in 1944 and signed into law by Franklin D. … more
This fall, a familiar story for high school seniors and their parents is repeating itself across Colorado. From Sterling to Silverton, members of the class of 2015 are making some of their first major life decisions as college application deadlines … more
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