Posted inCOVID, Health, News

Colorado’s new coronavirus vaccine phase, plenty of available shots draws people to rural Colorado

Hugo’s population of 730 jumped by almost half on Friday —  at least for a few hours — as hundreds of people descended on the Eastern Plains town hoping a single-dose inoculation would help put the pandemic in the rearview mirror. The Lincoln County Fairgrounds were covered in vehicle lines for hours, from diesel pickup […]

Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

Opinion: We are ill. The STEM school shooting leaves us all with difficult work to do

I am a Colorado documentary filmmaker. Earlier this year, I was commissioned to help make a Rocky Mountain PBS film about the long-term health impacts of gun violence survivors. During production, I interviewed Tom Mauser. Tom’s son Daniel was one of the children shot and killed at Columbine High School. During our long interview, Tom […]