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Fifty or sixty years ago, you could wander into a newspaper office and take up a craft that was pretty much same as it had been for 150 years. Now, as noted in a recent CBS Sunday Morning story, … more
John Elway gets it. From refusing to play in Indianapolis and forcing a trade to the Denver Broncos as a rookie, to selling his car dealership empire at just the right moment, to cementing his legacy as an NFL icon by retiring after winning … more
If you have ever seen a 1950’s sitcom, a la “Leave it to Beaver,” you know exactly how opponents of perceived “nanny state” government intrusions view some of the bills that have emerged from this legislative session. “Aw, gee whiz, … more
On Sunday, March 30, Major League Baseball will begin its 2014 regular season. Yes, I am aware that the Dodgers and Diamondbacks played a couple of games in the land down under March 22 and 23. From … more
We have all been there. My dad called them “Oh crap! moments,” but some are worse than others. In the mining and exploration industry, my brother tells of the dangerous predicament of … more
Dear Editor: “Part of being good is the commitment to getting better!” I love that motto, and as superintendent of schools in the past as well as the present, that is something I encourage our … more
Three times she almost quit. The inspiration wasn't there. Unlike the others in the class, she had never painted, and the challenge of creating something worthy seemed quite overwhelming. more
As my son Garrison and I were sitting down to a meal of grilled tilapia, boiled asparagus, and julienne potatoes the other night, we heard a knock at our front door. I was somewhat irritated since … more
Guns and dynamite, badges and bullets, labor versus mine owners – saddle them up with a talent for shooting (accurately) from the hips and mix in a reputation as a bad man, and a picture of Jim … more
“Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectant.” Louis Brandeis wrote these words a century ago, before his appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, to note the power of publicity as a cure for “social and industrial diseases” like the … more
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