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In 2017, the usually ho-hum school board election is grabbing national attention. The Elevate Douglas County candidates Randy, Ryan, Debora and Grant are running to sustain educational excellence for … more
I was amused by the word you used in your recent headline to describe the actions by "constituents" at a town hall with Cory Gardner - "chided." No, it was more that the screamers stole his, and … more
There are 244,000 people caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease. As someone who has served in this role, I am proud to support the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training … more
I am writing about the tax revenues and cost impacts of residential development. As my source, I am using a 2010 study from the Farmland Information Center on Cost of Community Services. The FIC is a … more
My thanks to you and Alex Dewind for an excellent article about substance abuse in the U.S., along with local individual stories and recovery programs. The increase in heroin use, … more
With almost two months left to go, the 2017 hurricane season is breaking records. The combined costs of Harvey, Irma and Maria are nearly $400 billion; almost 300 people in the region have lost their … more
July 21 was the birthday of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is a federal agency with the sole purpose of protecting the average consumer from being taken advantage of by big banks … more
Sen. Gardner:  The majority of Americans were opposed to your actions to repeal the protections of the Affordable Care Act. You voted for it anyway. Your work to dismantle this life-saving … more
Sen. Gardner:  The majority of Americans were opposed to your actions to repeal the protections of the Affordable Care Act. You voted for it anyway. Your work to dismantle this life-saving … more
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