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The Solid Muldoon, of Ouray, wasn’t as durable as its name suggested, surviving as a weekly newspaper only until 1892, but its spirit will likely live on forever. The name crops up again and again … more
Colorado is known worldwide for our endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, our 300-plus days of sunshine a year, and even our diversity of craft brewers. We have also developed a solid reputation as a hub for invention and innovation. … more
A bill to ban red-light cameras and photo-radar systems inspired healthy debate in the Statehouse but ultimately did not get the green light, and we’re fine with the call. Further we agree with one of our local legislators, Rep. Max Tyler, … more
What an interesting couple weeks it has been for “diversity” in our country.  A study in contrasts, if you will. In one corner is the strange case of the really, really rich old guy who, it turns out, is a racist. Donald Sterling, … more
For Matt Cooke of the Minnesota Wild Hockey Club, seven is his lucky number. That’s because – after he injured Colorado Avalanche player Tyson Barrie with a knee-on-knee hit in Game 3 of the recent Avalanche/Wild Stanley Cup Playoffs – Cooke … more
From the apartment balcony, in the hours just past midnight, he could see beams of light from patrol cars cutting through the blackness in the grassy area near Denver Skate Park. Cops looking for the homeless, he guessed. more
A bill introduced late this legislative session deserves support from all who want to ensure public officials make their decisions in the open and preserve the right to call them out in court if they … more
Adams County voters previously weighed in and approved expanding the Board of County Commissioners from the long standing three to five Commissioners. At the General Election this November, voters will elect for the first time Commissioners to the … more
I say “no” to chickens and ducks and bees but evidently there’s a contingent of folks in Westminster who think otherwise. They think “rural” and they want us to embrace the thought of chickens in our backyards. Of course, we all know that … more
Last Monday, I allowed myself a simple luxury: I have some leftover whipped cream and I am enjoying a generous dollop in my morning coffee. I typically don’t have whipped cream in my fridge so I consider this indulgence a small luxury. I asked … more
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