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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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Quick summer thoughts

In less than a week we will experience the longest day of the year and the official start of summer. These …

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Econ 101…thoughts

A few weeks ago, Chamber of Commerce director Richard Bond stated that they’d like to bring in more high-paying jobs to …

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Get real?

It isn’t always easy at 9,000 feet in a tiny mountain village but when it’s sweet, it’s sweet. This weekend is …

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Be aware out there…

Waking up to sun and warmth when the forecast calls for clouds and snow is a treat. It is spring and …

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After the chanting…

Okay, this one won’t be too popular. Not to put too much of a negatory vibe on the whole deal, but …

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Window of opportunity?

Every once in a while, a window of opportunity opens in life. Despite some nasty spring weather this week, the universe …

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Trails of spring sanity

With not a lot going on in town, the idea was to write about something on the world scene. You know, …

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