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I read Ann Healey's column about the undocumented woman, Rocio Mendez. I enjoyed reading it and can't help but wonder how many millions of untold stories like hers there must be. Stories of true … more
Readers are encouraged to send their mental-health-related questions to Ask A Therapist, and — space permitting – Community Reach Center therapists will answer them. Please email your questions to AskATherapist@CommunityReachCenter.org. How … more
Washington is traditionally mired in gridlock and political games. And it's no secret that despite some victories for Colorado, the last Congress was the least productive in modern history. Now, as … more
The Ute Pass Courier announced the winners of the Man of the Year Contest in the Jan. 7. 1965 edition of the paper. "We were rather dubious about anyone taking it seriously," wrote then publisher … more
“Howdy and good morning,” were at the top of the page for the Palmer Lake - Monument News for the Jan. 15, 1965 edition of the paper. It was the second issue. George Kobolt ran a photo of … more
Washington is traditionally mired in gridlock and political games. And it’s no secret that despite some victories for Colorado, the last Congress was the least productive in modern history. Now, as the new year ushers in a new Congress, there is … more
2014 is now, officially, in the rear view mirror. Whew. Here are the best and worst of what I will remember from this past year. WORST: my dog being hit by a car while she was on a leash which was in my hand. And the subsequent stay in doggie … more
I have a framed quote from Gandhi in my home – “There is more to life than increasing its speed.” – to which I’ve become so accustomed that I often don’t even notice it any more. However, this evening, these words practically jumped off … more
At a hardware store where I once worked, we would inventory every single nut, bolt, screw and pipe fitting during the week between Christmas and New Years. “There is over 40,000 common items of … more
It was a serious pain to switch from standard gauge down to the narrow gauge to get through the mountains. Making transfers to different rolling stock (on both ends of the journey), smaller payloads, … more
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