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Community Agriculture Alliance: CAWA to hold water workshop in Steamboat Springs

By 2050, Colorado’s population will almost double to 10 million, bringing with it a water shortage of more than 500,000 acre feet per year.

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Sarah Coleman: Bacon, mmm, bacon

You can just about get anything these days with a side helping of bacon whether that is a bacon wallet, bacon earrings or a bacon cupcake.

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Community Agriculture Alliance: Take an active role in water plan

Colorado Ag Water Alliance is hosting a series of meetings around the state to give agricultural producers the opportunity to take an active role in the implementation of the Water Plan.

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Community Agriculture Alliance: Take active role in water plan

Colorado Ag Water Alliance is hosting a series of meetings around the state to give agricultural producers the opportunity to take an active role in the implementation of the Water Plan.

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Thoughtful Parenting: Allow children to solve their own problems

The fix-it parent often unknowingly sends the message that children cannot handle the challenges in front of them. As a result, they never get to know what it feels like to succeed.

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Monday Medical: Relax your resolutions

Every new year is an opportunity to write resolutions. This year, Rachel Van Parys, health and wellness coordinator for Yampa Valley Medical Center, recommends trying a kinder, lighter approach.

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Scott Tipton: Setting the stage for 2017

A recent analysis by the Competitive Enterprise Institute showed that for every law Congress passed in 2016, the Obama Administration issued 18 rules and regulations. With a total of 3,853 last year, the administration issued the most rules and regulations since 2005.

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Book review: Book guides readers to wonder, gratitude

“Body of Water” is both a celebration and an elegy for the bonefish, Bahamian ecology, and David Pinder Sr., the legendary fishing guide primarily responsible for developing the industry in the Bahamas.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Hidden Figures’ uplifting biopic about America’s lift-off into space

Genius is rarely recognized in the right way, and in a divisive system that keeps members of society down, it’s even less likely that mankind can progress into the future. Hollywood’s efforts to convey this are usually less than subtle, but then, they aren’t as smart as the main characters of “Hidden Figures.”

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Tales from the Tread: From bear hunt to Broadway

In the summer of 1914, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp was founded in Steamboat Springs with six army tents and an 1880s homestead house, known fondly as “Cabeen.”

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Celestial News: Orion and company

Winter is an excellent time to begin learning the constellations. The winter sky contains more bright stars and constellations than any other season of the year.

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Thoughtful Parenting: Teaching youth about healthy relationships

Because we know that healthy people know how to ask for what they need, we want students to understand how to be holistically healthy and understand the components of healthy relationships.

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Book review: New novel raw look at Syrian civil war

“A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea” is the brutally raw story of Doaa Al Zamel, a young Syrian woman, who participated in protests against her government until all protesters were labeled terrorists.

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Stories from Scotland: New adventures

It’s the end of the year and I’m sad to say, it’s also the end of my column.

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Janet Sheridan: What happened to thank you notes?

I exited the meeting for new teachers with the words of the dictatorial principal, Mr. Bailey, ringing in my ears: “Remember no gum, no slacks, no mini-skirts. Never be late for recess or lunch duty. And I will check your lesson plans every Friday for their adherence to your grade-level curriculum.”