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U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner says he is worried that paid out-of-state protesters are impeding his constituents' ability to reach him and express their legitimate concerns. His actions, however, do not … more
OK, you've worked for 20 years in a office or classroom. In those 20 years you've never felt the need or desire to carry a firearm. So my question is this: In those 20 years, how many times did a … more
So the other day as I was standing in line waiting to order my lunch, I found myself staring at the menu and trying to decide what I was really in the mood for that day. Even though I had eaten at … more
"The food was just delicious, and we loved the way 'Katy' introduced herself. She said, 'They named me after Katy, Texas, not Katy Perry.' The décor made us feel right at home. My steak was … more
Over the last few weeks, I've received numerous questions about what's really happening in our government, and what can we do to get more involved. What's an executive order and how does it work? … more
Finally had my last day at the Capitol today, and I only cried twice. That's pretty good for me, considering I've been known to cry at baby commercials. Now I'm pretty sure you're not crying I'm … more
Thank you for the thoughtful obituary about Robert Tonsing by Sonya Ellingboe. Former and current Littleton staff did a great job highlighting why Bob Tonsing was known as the "Father of Light … more
The guest column by Joe Sammen demands a response.   I find it very ironic he cites studies that the repeal of the ACA without replacement would lead to millions uninsured and replacement … more
On Feb. 6, Senate Bill 17-005, a bill that would allow a county sheriff to provide training to educators seeking to carry a concealed weapon in school, led by state Sen. Chris Holbert, of Parker, and … more
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