Shannon and Lisa Jones are a long way from their home state of Arkansas and the support of family.
Tammie Freitag has two words for smokers. “Stop smoking,” she said. “Put it in bold, stop smoking, please.”
My first clue was when I saw, in my rearview mirror, the Colorado Highway Patrol car make a U-turn.
The trailer hitch wasn’t supposed to be there. My mental map didn’t place it properly.
Some say buildings have a soul, others claim an old, dilapidated structure is just what it appears to be — an empty shell. What is it about old buildings that fascinate, that enthrall?
If Jon Hertzke has opinions about Wall Street corruption, executive bonuses and the economic collapse, he’s keeping them to himself. “I can’t comment on anything like that,” said Hertzke, a 1988 graduate of Meeker High […]
“How’re ya winterin’?” is a common conversation starter in this valley. It dates back to the early days of settlement, as weather often held the key to the rancher’s success.
John Sims knows what it’s like to be in the minority. He’s a Democrat. In Rio Blanco County, there aren’t many of his kind.