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Rooster Cogburn (played by John Wayne) confronts the four outlaws across the field.Ned Pepper (played by Robert Duvall): What’s your intention? Do you think one on four is a dogfall?Rooster … more
With much fanfare, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce moved into the Highway 105 location in 1985, but the building itself has quite a storied history. It’s been a bit transient. According to a … more
Beginning in February, the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce will be relocated to 166 Second Street in Monument, in what was once the town hall, and recently served as Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection … more
How are those New Year’s resolutions working out for you so far? If you are like a lot of people, somewhere in your resolutions was a mention of “finding your dream job” or “meeting your dream person” or “buying your dream home.” … more
It’s that time of year again for me to not make resolutions. Instead, I choose one word to focus on to live by, and to see how this word comes into play for me throughout the coming year. Or, as often happens, the word chooses me. Since 2012, … more
I read Ann Healey's column about the undocumented woman, Rocio Mendez. I enjoyed reading it and can't help but wonder how many millions of untold stories like hers there must be. Stories of true … more
Readers are encouraged to send their mental-health-related questions to Ask A Therapist, and — space permitting – Community Reach Center therapists will answer them. Please email your questions to AskATherapist@CommunityReachCenter.org. How … more
Washington is traditionally mired in gridlock and political games. And it's no secret that despite some victories for Colorado, the last Congress was the least productive in modern history. Now, as … more
Back in October I had a flu shot in my upper arm. But Dec. 24 as I prepared to celebrate Christmas Eve by making sure all our presents were wrapped for the grandchildren, I felt something strange inside my chest. We only had to drive forty miles … more
The Ute Pass Courier announced the winners of the Man of the Year Contest in the Jan. 7. 1965 edition of the paper. "We were rather dubious about anyone taking it seriously," wrote then publisher … more
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