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It was reassuring to learn this week that the president has nominated distinguished attorney and respected policy sage Cole Finegan to be Colorado’s next U.S. attorney. His nomination now awaits confirmation by the U.S. Senate; if approved as is likely, he will succeed former U.S. Attorney J… Read more

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Imagine trying to get a COVID test — only to have the lab refuse to serve you. Then, imagine if it was because of your politics. Pretty infuriating, right? But nationally prominent conservative commentator Candace Owens didn’t get mad at all when that happened to her. Read more

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Colorado added about 745,000 people to its population in the decade ending in 2020, to 5.8 million, with 95% of that growth occurring in a handful of counties along Interstate 25 north and south of Denver. Read more

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Just when it seemed enough had been said in the back-and-forth over school mask mandates — and different state and local governments were reasonably using their leeway on the matter amid a COVID surge — the Biden administration has made an issue out of it once again. Read more

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On Aug. 23, the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe opened its new charter school, Kwiyagat Community Academy in Towaoc, to kindergarten and first grade students. Kwiyagat means “bear” in the Ute language. The bear is sacred among the Ute people. Read more

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This past Saturday, Ohana Kuleana Community Garden held an open house that by all reports was well-attended. As you will recall, the garden is facing the possibility that it will be sold by its current owner, Bob Lieb, who was its instigator and has long supported the garden in many ways. Read more