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Adapt, Adjust, Achieve (A3), previously known as the American Council of the Blind of Colorado, began almost 40 years ago with Families for the Blind. They are a nonprofit organization with their … more
To who it may concern: I have some great news. The word "whom" no longer exists. You can forget about it. Most of you already have. It's rarely used when it should be, even by writers and … more
I don't know about you, but when someone asks me if I want to hear some really good news, I typical get excited. Of course I want to hear really good news; heck, I would even take just plain old good … more
Most of us have been taught to move forward cautiously, make intelligent decisions, and not fail. In our society, failure has a nasty taste to it. Failure isn't commonly thought of as a good thing. … more
Dear Mr. Smith, My name is Stacey James, and I am currently Mrs. Parker Days. I read your recent column, "Nothing against beauty, but we could do without the pageants," and I wanted to take a … more
Alfredo Hidalgo has been cutting my hair since 1977. I have been unfaithful to him, because of weather or location, fewer than 10 times. Alfred cut my hair when it was over my ears and the … more
Some people use the words happiness and joy interchangeably and do not see much of a difference between the two. For me, joy is happiness taken to a whole new level. As I looked up the actual … more
We've heard about fake news lately, but what about what's left out of our politically correct history books? As I've been re-learning our country's history over the last few years, I've discovered … more
When I drive around the smaller towns of the congressional district that I represent, one of the things I like to spot is what I call "staple businesses." These are often "mom and pop" small … more
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