It was a heck of a weekend. For one solid weekend, I looked out my windows and saw the sun on Saturday and Sunday. What a joyous time! Think spring is coming? Nope! Me neither.
For the betterment of society, some people just shouldn’t be allowed to retire. But at age 70 and after an incredibly productive career in service to the people of Colorado as well as its government, […]
The county political climate is rapidly heating up as the announcement comes that former Rio Blanco County Sheriff Si Woodruff is going after—er—challenging Jeff Eskelson for his seat on the Rio Blanco County Board of […]
Yes! They finally did it with style, class and quality!
Great news for Colorado’s Western Slope came out of last week’s meeting of the Colorado Park and Wildlife Commission meeting in Pueblo, where the commission not only shot down the notion of a grey wolf […]
Spending more than an hour with Hal Pearce at the Meeker field office of the U.S. Forest Service on Thursday brought about an interesting discussion of the Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the […]
It is with quite a bit of irony that I chose this Christmas, New Year’s and even Thanksgiving to focus my columns on the importance of family and renewing the relationships with family members when […]
The tradition of reading ’Twas the Night before Christmas poem on Christmas Eve is now a worldwide institution and tradition. … Clement Clarke Moore (1779-1863) wrote the poem, which is also called “A Visit from […]