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On the heels of Governor Hickenlooper’s Colorado oil and gas task force coming out with its set of recommendations to further tighten fracking regulations, a group of anti-fracking organizations unveiled a statewide ban strategy. Known as … more
Right now, the floor under my feet is a little gritty … or, should I say, a little salty. That’s because I just tipped over the salt shaker and – according to both popular lore and my father – I had to throw a pinch over my left shoulder. Do … more
For decades, communities across Colorado and the West have engaged in a contract with the federal government. This is because many counties have large swaths of federal land within their borders in the form of BLM land, national forests, and … more
You know that moment where we need help with a situation or project and someone around us says, “Don’t worry, I’ve got a guy?” Sometimes they don’t just say it, they whisper it like it’s a best-kept secret or like it’s the kind of … more
Many, many years ago when I was a community newspaper editor for some of our suburban Sentinel newspapers, we were commiserating about the lack of interesting stories. After several weeks we hit on a “great” idea. Since our Westminster … more
I don’t know about you, but I found the news coverage about the City of Englewood shutting down the city’s fire department a bit unnerving and curious. You don’t run across such a situation that often. This was not an overnight situation or … more
I have now, as a parent, successfully navigated one child all the way through public schools, and two others part of the way through, without encountering any significant case of bullying or intimidation or any of the other truly horrific things … more
As far as I know, world champion wrestler, boxing trainer and strongman William Muldoon only set foot in Colorado for a few fights, but that did not stop him from being connected with the place. … more
As attorney general of Nebraska, I have had many people ask me why my state is suing Colorado over its marijuana law. This is a question that requires thoughtful consideration because, left unchallenged, I am confident Colorado's law will cause … more
New Westminster City Manager Don Tripp had hardly had time to get situated in his new position when he got the news. As you will recall, the Westminster City Council had negotiated a $79,000 contract with “retiring” City Manager Brent McFall to … more
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