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It was about Christmas time, three years ago I think, when he pressed the big round steel coin in my hand at the nursing home as I was leaving. The coin was bigger than a dollar, with a Big Horn … more
In the world of politics, you can get surprised from time to time with how things change and when you least expect them to change. Such an “event” occurred at the Westminster City Council study session held Dec. 1. The main item on the agenda … more
I grew up in a house with a lot of people. Those of you who read my column two weeks ago — and had an abacus handy — were able to figure out just how big my family is. So, for me, with all those people in such a confined space, I learned to put … more
When you live most of your days out in the middle of nowhere, (otherwise known as a remote ranch out on Morapos Creek, between Craig and Meeker) you appreciate the chance to ‘go to town’ once in … more
After being closed since Monday, August 18, the Incline reopened Friday, Dec. 5, about 11 a.m. with scores lined up to take a look at just what is involved in a $1,586,486 expenditure (and nearly … more
The holidays are a time for celebration and for being thankful for family, friends and good health. For the approximately 2,500 people awaiting organ donations in Colorado, it's a time of hope that … more
They stand on street corners with cardboard signs telling me that anything helps, and I give money to these rugged raggedy people. I keep dollar bills handy, sometimes even the occasional five, and I roll down my window to pass my cash to the person … more
There are very few things in life that we can control. God knows, we try! I’m right up there with the best of the control freaks. I just believe I can fix most family issues, but of course I can’t. Many of us think we’re in control, act as if … more
In Colorado, the images are like a old friend from your hometown that resurface every so often to help remind you of where you came from. They are familiar, inspiring, soulful and bear traces of your … more
The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. A simple theory, and yet a much tougher application to manage sometimes. Let’s think about a ski run rated “expert” — you know, something that may be really steep and richly … more
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