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Thinking about political correctness, and the platform some politicians adopt against it, I continue to study why this term has become so polarizing in the campaigns. Some of you have written to me with your thoughts. For example: “If only it was … more
It’s important to understand that relationships change over time. Showing love to one another is exciting and easy in the initial stages of a relationship. However, over time those relationships evolve, and purposefully expressing love becomes … more
Dear Neil: My husband and I split up six years ago after 29 years of marriage. He is still with the woman he left me for, but I am finding it impossible to let go of the relationship and move on. There has not been anyone new since then either. … more
Has it sunk in yet? Have you come down from your euphoria? Have you put away the Broncos T-shirts for the season? Or is the John Elway jersey still hanging over the end of the bed? The Broncos’ improbable run to the Super Bowl championship … more
Donald Trump deals a bad hand (I won’t even ask you to forgive the pun). But this column isn’t just about Trump and his fear-mongering, misogynist, racist and xenophobic vitriol, even though he … more
Jeremy Johnson is a husband, father, writer and runner of Colorado's Front Range. For more trail pictures, find him on Instagram @rudedudejohnson and search #adaddyontherun more
Bill Christopher sets up the debate over the proposed liquor law change, which would make it legal for grocery stores to sell full-strength beer and wine at more than one store per company, as consumer convenience and lower prices on one side versus … more
The oil and natural gas industry is incredibly innovative and safety-conscious. Placing a six-week “time-out” on new development in Adams County is eerily similar to a moratorium. Advancements in technology have reduced the footprint of … more
Caucus is coming! Caucus is coming! Paul Revere might have shouted it on his midnight ride. Are you ready to ride and spread the alarm? For it is time for voices to be heard in Adams County. Every two years in Colorado we have a caucus — a … more
My first three years teaching — in what seems like a completely different lifetime — I taught at a huge middle school in the south of Jefferson County. We had 1200 students. It was so large, my last year, we had to do a split schedule where … more
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