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As the legislative session chugs along, three freshman lawmakers are trying to balance voting their personal ideology with that of the constituents who reside in their complicated districts. And if that isn’t hard enough, a couple of them are … more
SNCW Singles Social Club has been in existence since the mid 1990’s, and I have been a member for the majority of that time. On most Sunday evenings we can be found at the American Legion in Edgewater where we have a meal which is followed by a … more
Not surprisingly, I am in love with the written word. I love the power of the pen on the page to move, amuse, anger, or delight. The power to take us places we’ve never been before. The power to take us back to times and places we have come … more
The latest developments in digital communications were discussed at length at the Colorado Press Association annual convention Feb. 21 in Denver. While expanding modes of obtaining news continue in an extended renaissance period, it appears while … more
During the night before Presidents Day, I lay awake for hours trying to decide who was my favorite president. About 2 a.m. I had an epiphany that the best president ever in my book was Theodore Roosevelt. Why did I pick him? This is my reasoning: … more
Boy, the run up to the Super Bowl sure was exciting this year, wasn’t it? Of course, the game was, um, shall we say ... disappointing (read: a fiasco, an embarrassment). But that doesn’t change what happened in the days running up to it. The … more
We asked readers what their favorite things to do in the winter were. more
I’ve been thinking a lot about language lately, specifically foreign languages. And — appropriately enough, with the recent focus on the world’s athletes at the Winter Olympics — I’m fascinated with speakers of foreign languages. I have … more
A high school student kills a classmate. Another sets himself on fire. Still another murders his mother. Those things happened in Denver’s suburbs in a recent six-week span. Across the country, media reports tell far and wide of teenagers … more
As someone who covers the state Legislature, it's common for me to write about lawmakers who fight like cats and dogs. Yeah, yeah, I get it. Legislators will tell you that more than 90 percent of bills are passed with bipartisan support. No … more
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