I am reminded these days of similar troublesome days in our lives when the smallest of gestures, of helpfulness, respect, or friendliness helped us survive. I treasure these gifts of help as “thanks for small […]
Learning to navigate this new realm of virtual meetings has been interesting. You’ve probably heard the horror stories about people in Zoom work meetings who’ve been exposed (literally) not wearing pants, or the middle-aged female […]
As we begin taking steps to restore a semblance of normalcy in this new world with COVID-19, some interesting ideas have emerged. Self-sufficiency and local sustainability are more important than we may have thought. We […]
MEEKER | More than 100 years ago, members of this community had their own version of staying-in-place. It was called homesteading and eventually ranching. Stories passed down from the families that settled here always include […]
MEEKER I Ms. Hemmerich has wrapped up her climate denial. Here is my response to her fourth guest post, published last week, and a hope for what our community might do in response.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to print space constraints, this piece is only available in its entirety online. RBC I Since Dr. Dorsett chose to try to discredit the sources I used rather than discuss the science, […]