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As Congress wastes time in endless debate over shutting down the government and allowing the nation to default on its debt, Coloradans are working … more
The neighbors' trees were toilet-papered last night. This is what is known as a prank. What toilet-papering accomplishes I do not know. And I have … more
Since 2009, every October during Conflict Resolution Month, I've been writing and presenting town halls about reducing conflict in our lives. Yet we … more
He doesn't remember quite what motivated him to offer a class to senior citizens on how to write your own life story. But then, for Garrett Ray, at … more
In an era in which readers are more likely to post comments at the bottom of an online article or on a blog or on Facebook, we believe there is still … more
Just even saying that we are “too good” at something is kind of like saying we are having “too much fun,” or “we have too much money.” … more
The list of needed repairs — and the accompanying price tag — is swelling for a district in which the average school is 50 years old. Littleton … more
Soon after Kelli and Mark Kolar moved into their two-story home on Hughes Place 18 years ago, The Bench became part of a purposeful plan: to make a … more
The need for instant gratification has truly compromised our ability to see beyond what is immediately in front of us. I mean in some cases we can't … more
One sign of the dysfunction in Washington these days is that the conversations there have become completely detached from the ones happening in … more
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