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During a business trip this past week with my associates, we found ourselves in North Carolina and relying heavily upon our GPS system for directions. And with today's technology it is really almost impossible to get lost, unless of course we are either honest about our own operator errors, or fall victim to that relentless and somewhat irritating message: "Recalculating route." more
The call for prayer from the nearby mosque woke him from a restless sleep about 4 that morning. more
This year, Citizenship Day held special meaning for us, two pastors from Littleton. Our churches welcomed Pastor Francisco and his wife, Sandra, as our newest U.S. citizens. An important part of our community for years, their opportunity to earn citizenship shows how, one day, a better immigration process will enable others to move forward and contribute even further to our communities and our country. more
As a concerned World War II veteran, I'm proud of Congressman Mike Coffman and I admire the work that he is doing to get this VA Hospital mess sorted out. This summer, I kept reading about Mike taking the VA to task over this secret wait list business. more
As most citizens of Arapahoe County have become keenly aware, elections can have consequences. There are a number of outstanding candidates running for office here in our county, but none are more qualified than our current Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder, Matt Crane. more
Colorado is a great place for business generally, but also for manufacturing. You may not realize it, but manufacturing matters. more
Did you ever notice that whenever we seem to be in a rush to get somewhere fast, the people in front of us move so slowly that they are almost moving in reverse? more
This column is worth 50 percent off on your next oil change. Uh, no it's not. more
Local leaf peepers experienced some of the best shows — so far to date— this past week in Teller County, but it is still possible, the best is yet to come. Color changes in Colorado’s … more
One Monday morning, January 20, 2001, we watched out the front window of the Ute Pass Courier newspaper office in Woodland Park, Colo., as multiple emergency vehicles began filling up the newspaper … more
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