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To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of our demise are greatly exaggerated. Newspapers have a million ways of being useful and some of them have nothing at all to do with being black and white and read … more
I am not sure about you, but when it comes to multitasking, I like to think I am really good at it, that is until I realize … I’m not. Now, it’s not that I haven’t tried to get as much done as possible in the shortest amount of time, … more
Let me tell you the story of a constituent of mine named Humberto. His parents brought him to the United States at the age of 2, moving to Colorado when Humberto was 6. A few years ago, Humberto graduated from Aurora Central High School, the high … more
Language, its meaning, and the way it travels about, has always been fascinating to me. And Colorado may claim its share of the responsibility for coloring some of that language. For example, … more
Last week I attended and participated in a leadership retreat. There were many agenda items and topics that were covered over two days, but one topic really caught my attention: ownership. As I took part in the conversation and worked through the … more
No one wants to pay too much for anything. We think we need to get things “on sale” to get a good deal. However, when it comes to services of any kind, it can be a challenge to calculate the value for the cost, much less find a sale. The last … more
Dude, I want to be a cowboy. Perhaps more than almost any other fantasy (if you disregard some of my racier ones) as Willie Nelson said, “I grew up dreaming of being a cowboy, and loving the … more
In talking with a Lewis Palmer High School Graduate from a class early in the 1990s, I began thinking of just how much the world has changed, even in that brief lapse of time. And then, I became … more
Both the Lewis-Palmer High School and Palmer Ridge High School May 22 graduation ceremonies have been moved from the US Air Force Academy to the World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Boulevard, Colorado … more
The threat of being drawn into to World War II was hanging heavy over the United States when Divide rancher Sumner Alfred Osborn went missing in October of 1941. The first indication that … more
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