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November 23, 2018

The Steamboat Pilot & Today: It’s time to ban plastic bags in Steamboat

A request to ban single-use plastic bags and place a 10-cent fee on paper bags was brought before the Steamboat Springs City Council last week by three members of the Teen Council. The trio spoke eloquently, and their presentation was backed up by a standing room-only crowd.

November 23, 2018

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Happy Thanksgiving

It was 397 years ago that 53 surviving Puritans in what would become Massachusetts gathered, with a number of neighboring Wampanoag Indians, to give thanks for having survived a brutal first year on a new continent, for a bountiful harvest that autumn of 1621 and for the assistance of those Native Americans in helping them survive.

November 23, 2018

The Colorado Springs Gazette: The Vibes have a toasted mascot

Shakespeare’s Juliet put names in perspective as she made the case for a forbidden romance with Romeo from a house with a rival name.

November 21, 2018

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Thankful for readers who got us to milestone

Tuesday was the Sentinel’s 125th anniversary.


November 26, 2018

HUDSON | More than one ambitious Colorado pol has 2020 vision

With just a little more than 400 days until the Iowa caucuses and 2018’s Thanksgiving now comfortably behind us, it’s never too soon to turn our eyes towards the 2020 presidential campaign. To soften this suggestion, I will confine my punditry to the potential Colorado candidates. Yes, there is more than one.

November 26, 2018

CRONIN & LOEVY | Colorado Libertarians, too, had reason to cheer 2018 election

The Democratic Party’s stunning victories in Colorado’s 2018 elections are now well documented. Regular Democrats and regular Republicans predictably voted for their party’s candidates. But three things were different this year.

November 26, 2018

Colorado’s labyrinth of sales-tax rules confounds the state’s businesses

For months, news reports, candidates and politicos touted the countdown to election day. With the votes cast and results behind us, we can turn our collective attention to another milestone on the calendar that will have a huge impact on our economy – the holiday shopping season. While retailers across the state have been preparing for a busy season, they have also been plagued with a new cabal of bureaucratic red tape that threatens their success and presents an almost insurmountable challenge for many.