An election op-ed submitted by Scott Tipton, candidate for U.S. Representative to Colorado's 3rd Congressional District.
Have you taken the time to make an emergency plan for your children?
If you’ve been putting off getting an annual mammogram, you might want to think again: every year, mammograms help detect cancers earlier, while they’re easier to treat.
The United Nations declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses to increase awareness of the nutritional benefits and sustainability of growing and eating dry peas, lentils, dry beans and chickpeas — otherwise known as pulses.
“Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are.” “Small Great Things” begins with these words by Benjamin Franklin and sets the central themes for this novel: racism and justice.
The way the past is remembered is usually through rose-colored glasses, but as “The Magnificent Seven” shows, even when you’re trying to keep your sights facing forward, you’re bound to trip up by repeatedly glancing over your shoulder.
An op-ed from Colorado Mountain College President Carrie Besnette Hauser in honor of the college's 50th anniversary.
Last summer, during one of my Sunday morning walks, a power outage undid my husband, Joel. When I arrived home, I found him in the alley, looking beleaguered and whacking a hedge. With waving shears, he beckoned me near and then began a tale of woe: “You won’t believe what happened. When I started to fix my breakfast, the power went out, so no bacon and eggs. Then my coffee was cold, so I thought I’d reheat it. Nope. No microwave. I couldn’t even defrost blueberries to eat with cereal.”
Health and fitness blogger Sarah Coleman offers 5 tips for making it healthier fall.
How does an extension office manage to answer all the calls, visit many sites to check trees and gardens and, at the same time, research the appropriate remedies specific to everyone’s individual concerns? Usually, with the help of dedicated volunteers called the Colorado Master Gardeners.
Preserving the Arnold/Butterfly Barn can be the opportunity for all parties to do something remarkable: to demonstrate stewardship of an important, unique community resource.
Long day? Overwhelmed by your to-do list, and the ice cream is melting in the car? Yes, you say? Let’s make those pick-ups peaceful and quick.
As Americans, we throw out 40 percent of the food we produce. An average family loses nearly $1,500 per year through food waste. When we throw away organic materials in the trashcan, those materials release greenhouse gases, which contribute to climate change.
There are many products on the market that are labeled “one size fits all.” But does one size really fit all? Some products can work that way, but others, such as things you wear, are probably more “one size fits most.”
Attorney and author Bryan Stevenson’s memoir, “Just Mercy,” takes us back to Harper Lee’s hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, where Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative.