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In his column, Mr. Christopher ("Local campaigns are on us," Aug. 7) noted and lamented the fact that only two incumbents have filed for the two open school board positions in the Westminster Public … more
A little more than one third (38 percent) of Colorado's electorate passed Proposition 108, thus opening the primaries to unaffiliated voters. Each of the two major parties can opt out of the open … more
With the fast pace of new construction throughout the greater Denver area, it is a good time to address the topic of growth management. You may have recently read or heard in the news that there … more
When I sat down to write about Charlottesville last week, I found that I had no words, which doesn’t happen very often for me. Perhaps it’s more accurate to say, though, that I had too words, too many jumbled phrases, too many tumbled emotions. … more
A surge of creativity is a common side effect for people with Parkinson’s disease. For Margie, a Covenant Village of Colorado resident, this newfound artistic inspiration was an “unexpected blessing.” “I didn’t know when I was diagnosed … more
As a resident of Adams County for the past 30 years, I am grateful for the way State Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik represents us as her constituents. During a time when there is so much political … more
In June, we went to a concert at the Amphitheater at Carpenter Fields in Thornton. As we came in from the parking lot, the basket on my walker was full but I put my compact red umbrella on top to … more
It's the middle of August, which holds certain annual or bi-annual truisms. Rocky Ford cantaloupe are in the grocery stores, and they are so good. Students are about to head back to school. The … more
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