How friendship can be a safety net

January 28, 2021 Lucas Turner 0

GRAND JUNCTION | It started about four years ago when Laurel Carpenter and Melissa Humphrey bought matching parkas and then matching comfort shoes. Soon enough, the nurses-slash-best friends from Grand Junction found themselves with matching […]


Speaking about depression

December 24, 2020 Lucas Turner 0

DENVER | Some words fail us, and for Robert Werthwein, “depression” is one of them. The 41-year-old director of Colorado’s Behavioral Health Office prefers to say “everything turned to complete s—” when his identical twin, […]


Editor’s Column: 1 in 4

August 28, 2020 Niki Turner 0

Last week we learned that we have received another national press award for our coverage of the Daniel Pierce shooting in Rangely last year. We are the recipients of the first-place award for investigative journalism […]

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