Susi Huelsmeyer-Sinay takes a photo of Veterinary Doctors Rob Callan and Jennifer Rawlinson with her llama, Lewis, just before his surgery to remove a fractured tooth at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019. Huelsmeyer-Sinay rescued Lewis from Yellowstone National Park last year. (Valerie Mosley/Special to the Colorado Sun)

How Lewis the runaway llama ended up in Fort Collins for dental surgery

Last year’s runaway llama finally gets his toothache fixed after it made him flee into Yellowstone National Park

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What’s Working: Will Colorado become the nation’s precedent for extended benefits?

Plus: More small business grants, a D.C. update and how to move to PUA

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Laurie Marr Wasmund watched a single volume of her historical novel mushroom into a trilogy

The author of "To Walk Humbly" mixed Colorado's real-life heroes and villains of the 1920s with fictional characters in this final installment of the White Winter Trilogy

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In “To Walk Humbly,” a historical novel, the Ku Klux Klan’s influence is on display

Author Laurie Marr Wasmund invokes 1920s Denver landmarks in an excerpt where the Klan appeals to the business interests of prospective members