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If it’s true that you are what you eat, then I am sticky rice. I prefer to believe that you are what you read, because I would be in much better shape. It was time for a physical. At least I was honest with the doctor. I told him that I … more
Every day the news tells us what is right or wrong in the world of finance. This can often be in direct conflict with economic indicators such as unemployment, housing, stock prices and consumer spending. This can be confusing to the average … more
In January of 1928, having recently lost the heavyweight championship of the world title, the fighter know as Jack Dempsey announced his retirement because he was having “trouble” with his left … more
Fifty years is the big part of a lifetime. But a most vivid memory could pop up just about anywhere in a long, happy span. Rodger and Judy Voelker had just lived in Palmer Lake about six months … more
All sun and blue skies in Monument Sunday for the 14th annual Tri-Lakes Cruiser Car Show in historic downtown Monument with proceeds benefitting Tri-Lakes Cares. The usual food vendors, door … more
I have been stewing about an article I read in the Denver Post Your Hub section about a month ago. It was written by Douglas County School Board President Kevin Larsen. In the article, Mr. … more
It is disheartening at best to watch members of the Douglas County School Board react in a disingenuous and self-serving way when addressing issues facing the district. Not long ago, one board … more
A bill (HB 1107) co-sponsored by Highlands Ranch state Rep. Kevin Van Winkle and state Sen. Chris Holbert was introduced in the state Legislature for consideration in early 2015. The bill would have … more
A wall of water, described by some as nearly 16-feet high crashed and roared down the debris-strewn South Platte River steam bed on the evening on June 16, 1965. Reports had it taking out, or at … more
In the Tri-Lakes area, citizens have a reputation to uphold for pulling off a grand Independence Day celebration every year. But the last weeks in June and the first weeks of July in 1965 were … more
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