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Don’t forget this model

There wasn’t an Oh Sh*t moment to be found last Tuesday as the best bike racers in the world rode up …

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Here we go…

Anything new… a first… is exciting. The first day of school. Your first job. A first date. You never know what …

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What are we missing?

So, I am watching the TV news earlier this week and at the end of the story about 30 soldiers dying …

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Keep Local Control

Fracking is a weird word. It sounds like what it is. Drillers dig into a rock layer and using high pressure, …

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Finding an understanding

As is the case most weeks, what I write on page 2 is not addressed to just the general readers but …

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Council recycling excuses

So I’m sitting in a Crested Butte Town Council meeting with the July 5 hangover… figuratively more than literally… and the …

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Life is…sometimes fortunate

At 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains in July, life is good. Blue skies, highs in the 70s, the rainbow of …

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And on the national scene…

From the Associated Press—”Texas is now the first state with a law requiring drillers to publicly disclose the chemicals they use …

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