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 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 30, 2022

Fearless Faith

The need for speed Gotta have it, must get it, and oh, what’s next? Where would we be without our favorite technology to flout or the latest shiny must-have gizmo to show off? Millions are made...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

The weather finally cooperated this past weekend and a majority of local athletes took advantage of the warmer conditions to turn in strong performances in several sports. That includes meet and...

 
 By Mark Hillman    Opinion    March 30, 2022

Capital Review

Democrats at the State legislature made a remarkable choice in recent weeks to burnish their “reproductive rights” bona fides by passing a bill that stakes out perhaps the most extreme position possible on abortion by explicitly depriving an...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    March 23, 2022

Under the Wire

To most of the world the cowboy symbolizes unspoiled freedom. Whether a ranch cowboy trotting across the hills on his horse or a rodeo cowboy “going down the road”, he represents to most what they...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 23, 2022

Fearless Faith

Every generation faces its own self to a lesser or greater degree. We are living in a time of reckoning on many levels. This is one of those moments when it is helpful to be clear, to offer lucidity...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 23, 2022

Colorado Preps Weekly

Mother Nature continues to wreak havoc on the spring sports schedules, with more track meets and baseball games canceled last week. However, a number of contests were able to go on as scheduled, even...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    March 16, 2022

Under the Wire

Sooner or later every fad gets me. I can't help it. I resist longer than most but eventually I succumb. Over the years I've been talked into purchasing polyester leisure suits, tennis shoes with...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 16, 2022

Fearless Faith

Sometimes the hardest things to find are right in front of our eyes. Even up close we may not be able to discern everything we need or would like to know. But with a little patience and a positive...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

The winter sports season came to an exciting close last weekend, with the State basketball championships. A lot of history was made, with individual milestones, as well as program firsts. In the...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    March 9, 2022

Under the Wire

There is one thing almost every man will lie about. He will give you a straight answer to just about any question you ask except for the one “magical” question. What is it that will turn normally...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 9, 2022

Fearless Faith

The challenges we face today in this moment and in this time are historic. Angles from many stories compete with truth which is buried deep within the debris of our collective souls. Answers come...

 
 By Kerry Sherman    Opinion    March 9, 2022

Colorado Preps Weekly

With spring sports beginning their practices last week and competitions looming on the horizon, basketball is about to wrap things up. Last week saw regional contests in the 1A and 2A classes, while...

 
 By Linda Langelo    Opinion    March 9, 2022

Extension Spotlight

Lilacs evoke the sweet smell of spring. These shrubs were brought to this country in the 17-century called Blew (blue) Pipeflower, for its hollow stems and grown in English gardens according to https://www.thetreecenter.com/the-story-of-lilacs/. In...

 
 By Gary Hodgson    Opinion    March 2, 2022

Under the Wire

For me, it all started when I was in the sixth grade. You would think I had finally outgrown it but that hasn’t happened. What hasn’t happened? My ability to wind up at the end of any and all...

 
 By Ken Frantz    Opinion    March 2, 2022

Fearless Faith

There is a surreal quality to the events of this past week when Russia invaded Ukraine. In the past we might have dismissed it as a distant and largely forgettable concern. The world has since...

 
 By Kerry Sherman    Opinion    March 2, 2022

Colorado Preps Weekly

The basketball postseason is in full swing and teams are just a week away from the State tournament in classes 1A through 3A. Class 4A started its state bracket last week. Fort Morgan's boys opened...

 

Under the Wire

Well, I did it again! New Year’s Day, widely celebrated throughout the land by nearly everyone, came and went more or less unnoticed by yours truly. How does anyone manage to miss such an obvious...

 

Fearless Faith

It is once again time for gardeners to wake from their wintry slumber and purposefully step into that spring rite known as planting season. Plastic trays, peat pots, mulch and soil amendments are all...

 

Colorado Preps Weekly

State wrestling took center stage last week, with championships decided at Ball Arena. Lots of hardware is making its way back out to the eastern portion of the state, including a team title. After a...

 

Under the Wire

It goes without saying there is nothing funny about Covid-19. My sincere sympathies go out to those who have lost loved ones to the virus. That said, I have often heard the phrase, “Even in the dark...

 

Fearless Faith

Certain objects or collections of objects we encounter in life are valuable on their face, objective representations that stand on their own merits. Subjective value runs a little deeper and is less...

 

Colorado Preps

Girls swimming and diving crowned its Class 3A and 4A State champions last weekend and all four classes of boys wrestling, along with the lone classification of girls wrestling, will do the same this...

 

Capital Review

Nearly 160 years after Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, his place in history as “The Great Emancipator” of black slaves is firmly established. Nevertheless, a defense of Lincoln is a required response to the fallacy-ridden...

 
 By RF Meyer    Opinion    February 16, 2022

Extension Spotlight

Feral rye, along with other annual grasses are troublesome pests for wheat producers. Rye, along with jointed goatgrass and cheat grass, cost Colorado Wheat producers’ money annually in terms of reduced yield and increased dockage. However, a...

 

Under the Wire

As near as I can tell, my forefathers raised cattle in Hawaii, Florida or some other very warm climate. That is the only possible explanation I can come up with for a problem I now have. As many of...

 

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