Columnists
A crowd gathers at the twin memorial fountains at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, New York, as twin blue beacons pierce the night sky on Sept. 11, 2017.

Something to remember on 9/11 anniversary

One beautiful fall morning, we all realized how trivial all of our high dudgeon really was.
Financial Strategies

Opinion: Rounding third base as fourth quarter nears

The fourth quarter of the year begins soon. Investors are still on the edge of their seats concerned about potential tax law changes and any Federal Reserve policy that might spook the financial …
Michael Norton
Winning Words

Opinion: Decaffeinate and de-escalate

On any given day I will usually have one or two cups of coffee in the morning. On those days where I have three or four, I feel a very palpable difference … I am wired.
Michael Norton
Winning Words

Opinion: The elegant solution is thinking before speaking

There is a time and place for pithy remarks, sarcasm, and even bad jokes. OK, well maybe there is never a good time for bad jokes, but pithy remarks and sarcasm, absolutely.

Alexa Metrick

Opinion: A Colorado mom-and-pop business inches closer to red ink

The new priorities of the United States Postal Service will be the end of our mom-and-pop business.
Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor: ABC test spells trouble

Colorado’s representatives in Congress should be commended for efforts to lift up workers and families affected by the COVID pandemic.

Letter to the editor: Vote no on sales tax in Lone Tree

I urge all Lone Tree residents to vote “no” to the proposed Lone Tree sales tax increase. Saying “it’s just a penny” is a platitude, not justification. The city’s …

Letter to the editor: Drowning out democracy in Douglas County

Democracy does not preserve freedom simply by one party claiming protection of it. At an Aug. 19 special business meeting, Douglas County Commissioner Abe Laydon asked …

Letter to the editor: Douglas County school board is ducking its job

The Douglas County School Board is shuffling its responsibility to make policy decisions as elected officials off onto the hapless Superintendent Wise.

Letter to the editor

Commissioners fail to understand As a frontline worker trying to fight the COVID epidemic, I am appalled at your (Douglas County commissioners’) lack of understanding how bad this virus is. To say …
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