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December 14, 2017

How about a BL.M move under tree?

Coloradans have a lot of sugar plums dancing in their heads this holiday season.

December 14, 2017

Steamboat Today: Tracking down trail intel

The hiking and biking trails that surround Steamboat Springs are a significant draw for people who choose to vacation here, but as more and more dollars are invested in this amenity, we think spending money to commission a study to understand visitors’ preferences when it comes to trail use makes good sense.

December 14, 2017

The Pueblo Chieftain: Sticking up for Pueblo

We don’t know if Andrew Trainor has a nickname, but if he doesn’t, “the Battling Banker” sounds like a good fit. Trainor, the regional president of Pueblo-based Legacy Bank and the newly installed chairman of the Pueblo Economic Development Corp., vowed in a speech last week not to take it lying down if someone disparages his adopted hometown.

December 14, 2017

The Colorado Springs Gazette: Beltway Republicans hurting rest of GOP

“Republicans really have no way to win tonight.”


December 14, 2017

THE PODIUM: Jack Phillips at Masterpiece Cakeshop did not discriminate against gays

It is a matter of record and an uncontested fact that the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood did not refuse to serve the two gay customers who entered his bakery in 2012.  He gladly opened his doors and sold any displayed baked goods to all customers, including birthday cakes and special occasion creations. He did not care and did not inquire about any customer’s sexual identity, race or religious faith.

December 14, 2017

FEEDBACK: Coffman, don’t disappoint us; Trump delights us, and more

While the holiday season brings our families together for joyous celebration, it is also a time of great financial stress for most working Americans like myself. I think I speak for most Coloradans when I say that being able to keep a larger portion of my paycheck would be a welcome change, especially at this time of the year.

December 13, 2017

LOMAX: Solar trade barriers won’t help American workers

There’s nothing wrong with a vigorous debate over where, when and how we get the energy needed to run our households, businesses and the broader economy. But too often, the debate over energy policy is falsely portrayed as an all-or-nothing, zero-sum game.