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Will I see RTD’s northwestern rail line in my lifetime?

The Denver Post article back on July 10, “RTD’s Eyes Turn North,” made it all seem so exciting and promising. Was it saying that those of us in the north/northwest part of RTD’s region will … more

Well, as it turns out, there is an ‘I’ in team

There’s only one of me (you’ll be happy to know), but from now on I want to be thought of as Team Craig. Calling yourself or yourselves a team is the latest and the greatest, and I don’t want … more

Making the most of those lazy days of summer

The other day I posted something on social media that included a brief reference to those lazy days of summer. The post was really about something else, and a reminder that we should enjoy our lazy … more

Broomfield commits $13 million for butterflies

The public was surprised back in 2017 when the Butterfly Pavilion and the City and County of Broomfield announced that the Pavilion would be moving from Westminster to Broomfield. Some politically … more

Shades of gray look a lot less shady

Stop me if you’ve heard this one. The day I found my first gray hairs, I thought I’d dye. Today’s essay is about gray hair. I like gray hair. Americans are not allowed to grow older gracefully. … more

The power rooted in trusted friendship

There was a recent video that made its way around social media and the news. It was the story of two Minnesota high school baseball teams playing in a playoff game, and the winner would be moving on … more

Look for opportunity amid negative change

Change happens. And as it has been said before: “Change happens, and it will happen again.” And when we are the ones making the changes, it can be incredibly thrilling and exciting as we prepare … more

When it comes to love stories, bibliophilia is one for the books

I have books on shelves in two rooms that I will never read from cover to cover again. I keep them because they are some of my dearest friends. What’s on someone’s bookshelves tells a lot about … more

Time running out for charter change proposals

The first day of summer is officially behind us which warns us of the ramping up of the political season as candidates seeking elected office for the November 2019 ballot shift into high gear. We are … more

Not ready: Sales taxes on internet purchases ill-timed

It seems that our State Legislature jumped the gun this past legislative session with implementation of imposing and collecting sales and use taxes on destination-based internet purchases of goods. … more

Courage and conviction when faced with conflict

There is no avoiding it, there will come a time when we will all face some type of conflict in our lives. We can could find ourselves in a conflict over opinions, we may have disagreements at work or … more

Concentrated innuendo brings about maximum effectiveness

Six words may not seem like a lot, but think of the evocations of “I love you. Or do I?” You have a story, complete with conflict. Entries in the six-word story contest came from California, … more

Hey kids, life is nice without that device

I was standing at the crossroads a few years ago. Along came a fellow with a guitar. Said his name was Robert Johnson and that he had something to sell, but not to me. I told him, “Me too.” He … more

Keep yourself humble to avoid a stumble

One of my favorite things to see is a humble winner. Not only a humble winner, but also a humble leader who willingly shares the victory and gives credit to the team around them, their friend, or a … more

U.S. Senate 2020: Who can challenge Cory Gardner?

Next to the Presidential election in 2020, one of the most important contests for federal office will be electing Colorado’s U.S. Senator for the next six years. Incumbent Republican Senator Cory … more

Keeping commitments we make to ourselves

As any good salesperson or sales manager will tell you, getting a “verbal” commitment or a “verbal” yes from a prospect, without a signed agreement or authorized transaction, just doesn’t … more

Peak experience is a case of aiming way too high

The greatest risk I am willing to take is grocery shopping in Douglas County on a Saturday afternoon. It is an electrifying episode of “Supermarket Sweep” conjoined with a dress rehearsal for … more

Turning the tide: Remembering D-Day after 75 years

It was the beginning of the end of World War II in the European Theater. It had been two years in planning, training and supplying leading up to its launch on June 6, 1944. President Roosevelt, Prime … more

The starts and stops of life deserve attention

Although the summer doesn’t officially begin until June 20, we often talk about Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial start of the summer. Parties, barbeques, picnics, and all sorts of outdoor … more

Essentially, some of these claims seem pretty oily

Some jokes about oil are too crude for my taste. But seriously. While I was waiting for my prescription to be filled by the pharmacist, I waited in a small area that was shelf after shelf of … more
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