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Dangerous waters

This week, I started sifting through the 18 amendments that will face Colorado voters on November’s ballot and it quickly became …

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Point A to Point B

Last weekend, I attended a management course for journalists at the University of Missouri-Columbia. A fair amount of our course was …

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Broken process

More than six years ago, I attended a U.S. Forest Service meeting in Gunnison designed to kick off the start of …

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Politicking

With the Summer Olympic games in Beijing set to close on Sunday, August 24, a different kind of spectacle is about …

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Shoring up math skills

In the past few months, I’ve read two books about China and India and their emerging economies. The first was The …

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Good Memories

One of Crested Butte’s best, if least advertised, events will occur this weekend. The Crested Butte Reunion is planned for Friday, …

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Fractional views

This week, a Mt. Crested Butte resident wrote me a letter, stating that she was puzzled by comments made by Crested …

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Market Day

On Sunday, I spent most of my day at the Crested Butte Farmer’s Market selling baked goods on behalf of Partners, …

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