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Taryn Crookshanks looks ready to tackle anything. Her favorite accessory, a black headband with a Nike swoosh, shows her dedication to athletics, and her recent spelling bee win shows she has the … more
Colorado's Republican-led state Senate gave initial approval Feb. 7 to a bill that would expedite the construction of high-speed broadband service in rural areas by taking money from a state fund … more
When hurricanes make landfall or wildfires take off, and if earthquakes topple buildings or terrorists attack, it's emergency responders who are tasked with protecting the public. In the event of … more
The first community service project of the Ranchland Republican Women — a canned soup drive for National Soup Month — was a success, with 1,000 items gathered for area food banks. The month-long … more
From its headquarters in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Bureau of Land Management oversees some of the nation's most prized natural resources: vast expanses of public lands rich in oil, gas, coal, … more
They say you shouldn’t talk politics, religion or money in polite company. We disagree. We believe that controversial issues deserve collaborative and innovative problem solving working to keep … more
As the president of the Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited in Littleton, I strongly support the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Future Generations Act (SB18-143), a bill that will provide critical … more
I don’t know about you, but there have been so many times, too many times, where I have done things the hard way. Looking back, I can clearly see the path that would have been much simpler, so much … more
This one is for Emily Davison. Davison died June 8, 1913, four days after she was run over by a horse. If you have heard of her, raise your hand. I don’t see many hands. Back to her in a minute. … more
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