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If last year’s legislative session was an exercise in surrealism, than this year’s version was like a Bob Ross painting. Sure, there were moments of contention this year. But, for the most … more
Love, pain and money cannot be kept a secret. They soon betray themselves. But building a railroad? Maybe it is possible — at least long enough to get the job done. In June of 1887, J.J. … more
Colorado is known worldwide for our endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, our 300-plus days of sunshine a year, and even our diversity of craft brewers. We have also developed a solid … more
The Solid Muldoon, of Ouray, wasn’t as durable as its name suggested, surviving as a weekly newspaper only until 1892, but its spirit will likely live on forever. The name crops up again and again … more
From the apartment balcony, in the hours just past midnight, he could see beams of light from patrol cars cutting through the blackness in the grassy area near Denver Skate Park. Cops looking for the homeless, he guessed. more
A bill introduced late this legislative session deserves support from all who want to ensure public officials make their decisions in the open and preserve the right to call them out in court if they … more
On May 8, 1945, the War in Europe ended, setting off celebrations in the United States and around the world. The final defeat of Germany - for all intent and purposes - came about weeks earlier … more
When a kid, looking through the portraits of U.S. Presidents, naturally picks out one he identifies with, it’s no surprise. There is a fellow, wide-faced, bespectacled, with a barrel chest, bushy … more
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