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Walking out the front door can be dangerous. Visiting Aruba during spring break is not without its risks. Visiting a Cincinnati zoo, an alligator-enlivened theme park, or a gay nightclub is not … more
Writer's block is a myth, unless you are a writer. I mean a real writer. A writer of books. Books are marathons. Laura Hillenbrand holed up for a year to write "Seabiscuit: An American … more
There are so many people who enjoy a good crossword puzzle, word search puzzle or unscrambling a word jumble. There are many folks who love a good play on words, an anagram, a pun or a great riddle. … more
Ghana is approximately 6,637 miles away from Colorado. That is a long way for sure, but the local efforts of some in our community are making a big difference in the future of the children living in … more
The boys of summer are back in action, and I wish that I were one of them. I wish that I could spit sunflower seeds all over the place and not be punished for it. I wish I could talk into my … more
Judy Racine kneels on the rug, the gaggle of second- and third-graders scattered around her. The learning target is printed neatly on the easel board: “I can give kind, helpful and specific feedback.” “What does that mean?” Judy … more
“Every day is a new challenge.” That was the response to the first question I had asked of Diana Rudolph during our coffee meeting the other day. It was such a great response and it fueled the rest of my questions for our brief visit … more
The following column is intended for mature audiences. Reader discretion is advised. I have always wanted to say that. Even though there is no cause. The words to a song changed my life. If it weren’t for the words to this song, where … more
The first 10 days of May were difficult: Each day seemed more increasingly arduous for her. Then came that quiet morning when she passed. After a long life, aging and declining health took control, … more
When I took on the role of board of education president, I was hopeful for the opportunity to encourage diverse voices in order to address issues within the Douglas County School District. Admittedly, the road is much more difficult than I thought. … more
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