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Column: Lessons from the masters

During a conversation with a couple of friends and colleagues in the personal and professional development industry, we found our way into the topic of how we got started in the business and who some … more

From the Editor: Sure — insurance will pay

As the rainy season appears to be finally ending this year, the stories of home damage and insurance battles are becoming more frequent in my conversations. I am a mother, which means I spend some … more

Column: Transparency and democratic values

“…formation of public policy is public business and may not be conducted in secret.” C.R.S. § 6-4-401 I have been heartened and disappointed by reactions to the Colorado Open Meeting Law … more

Column: Being pro America is not about hating anyone

Mr. Cox recently wrote an opinion piece to Colorado Community Media about a post that I made on my social media page. One should note that the introductory paragraph on my page states “I love … more

Column: Dragon Boat Festival is bigger than ever

There’s nothing like reaching a major goal after years of work. This is a concept the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival is very aware of — not only has it grown by leaps and bounds in its more than two decades of existence, but it achieved a major milestone this year. more

Column: Managing what appears to be unmanageable

When I relocated from New Jersey to Colorado, I had made the drive ahead of the moving truck. Crossing through Kansas and into the eastern plains of Colorado on Highway 70, I still couldn’t quite … more

From the Editor: Not seeing it

Since the Colorado General Assembly wrapped up the 2023 session with a bang, I’m still feeling uninformed. By bang, I am referring to the Democrats passing the bill that will put Proposition HH on … more

Column: Sci-Fi Film series is back for another year of education, entertainment

Sci-Fi films are some of the most innovative and impactful to ever be put on screen — just look at the way films like “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Star Wars, “The Matrix” have inspired and directed popular culture. Few genres capture audiences’ imagination like sci-fi.   more

Column: Moving at a snail’s pace

Sometimes we just have to laugh at ourselves, right? Or is it that sometimes we just have to laugh with ourselves? I am not laughing at you; I am laughing with you kind of thinking as we look in the … more

From the Editor: Staying in the loop

When the topic of a school district keeping parents out of the loop about their children first started coming up two years ago – I didn’t give it much thought. I believed if the school is going … more

Column: Have fun your way this summer

I’m a pretty firm believer that summer doesn’t actually begin until June 21 (I guess I’m a big equinox guy or something) and I think this year’s weather really bears me out, seeing as we … more

Aging Well: Options for funeral and burials

Most people wake up each day and make a few key decisions so the day goes smoothly. They usually think… What will I accomplish today? What will I wear or eat today? Typically, the average person … more

From the Editor: Honor hometown heroes

If feels like a normal year in planning for the Fourth of July celebrations. Communities are not worried about dry conditions due to all the rainfall, so fireworks are a go for several areas. Parades … more

Column: Tiny homes, big potential

There’s a certain cliché about big things coming in small packages, but over the years that has become increasingly true with regards to tiny houses and the culture around them. The COVID-19 pandemic and affordable housing crisis have both contributed to more people investigating the myriad uses of tiny homes, and all signs point to that number rising.   more

Business Corner: 2023 legislative session a sign of what’s to come

While this legislative session might be best remembered for the passage of four significant gun safety measures, state politics watchers will remember 2023 as the year of warning shots. With the … more

Column: From success to significance to legacy

He worked hard for his whole career, climbed the ladder as he was taught to do, and finally landed in the role that he wanted most, the position he was born to have, he became the CEO of the company. … more

Financial Advice: Hopeful signs in the economic malaise

It is difficult to see a way out of the current economic malaise. The markets are up, then they are down. There will be a new debt ceiling but at what cost? We have been hearing about a recession for … more

Castle Rock Town Talk – Town purchases Cantril School to preserve local history

A cornerstone of the Town’s Vision is maintaining a Distinct Town Identity. A supporting principle of this is a community with a vibrant Downtown that values its history and heritage. With the … more

Column: In honor of a beautiful lost friend

It was right before the pandemic of 2020 was announced. My wife and I had the opportunity to participate in a certification program put on by the Zig Ziglar Corporation. It is a program called Ziglar … more

From the Editor: Same goal, different process

Over the last few weeks, two elected boards in the south metro area have had to establish a process to fill a suddenly vacated seat. In Douglas County, Elizabeth Hanson abruptly resigned from the … more
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