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OK, so maybe it’s not flattery that will get you everywhere but rather kindness or, at a minimum, kind words. Now don’t get me wrong, flattery when sincerely given is not a bad place to start either. The problem comes when we use flattery as … more
It's always a little awkward or confusing for some companies and for many people when Christmas and New Year's fall in the middle of the week like they will this year. For some of us we just … more
As Anna Sutterer crowded with 25 other students in the darkened corner of her AP Lit class, the words of the hymn she sings every Sunday at church — “Praise God from whom all blessings flow” — tumbled through her mind. Shots had just … more
After the horror that hit Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13, it's natural to look for answers. Why did Karl Pierson do it? Why Claire Davis? Why this community? So many questions, so much pain. The … more
As Anna Sutterer crowded with 25 other students in the darkened corner of her AP Lit class, the words of the hymn she sings every Sunday at church — “Praise God from whom all blessings flow” — tumbled through her mind. Shots had just … more
This week I struggled a little with the title of my column. It could have been “Walking in someone else’s shoes” or “We never really walk alone” or “Walking down parallel paths” but I decided on “Walking side by side” because … more
A young father handed a clerk 30 dollars in a department store in Uniontown, Pa., and the clerk gave him a Sad Face Fire Truck, a pedal car that Murray made back then. It was too big to wrap, so it was kept out of sight until Christmas morning. I … more
We will never be the same again. Grief changes us, and the shooting at Arapahoe High School puts us all in grief again. Numerous times every day I think and pray for the innocent girl who was ruthlessly shot by a boy who was mad at someone else. … more
Regarding “Toy Drive Sparks Controversy” by Jane Reuter in the Nov. 28-29 editions: We Americans have this separation of church and state all wrong. Our founding forefathers in 1776 knew that the kings and queens had high priests that advised … more
Almost 13 percent of Coloradans live below the poverty level, according to the most recent figures from the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s better than the national rate of more than 14 percent, but it’s still much too high. This time of year, the … more
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