It seems like a dream. In response, at least in part, to the gut-wrenching murder of 19 children and two teachers in Uvalde, legislation has been proposed — and is actually expected to pass — that would place severe limitations on the guns most likely to be used in mass murders and also those most […]
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Pritchett: Re-engaging post-COVID is like riding a bike. It might involve a wobble before a steady ride.
My first professional gathering in this Brave New World—you know, the kind with more than pajama bottoms required—was at the Mountain Words Literary Festival last month. As with everything, it had been rescheduled and hybridized, and I arrived unsure if I’d speak with a mask, without a mask, outside, inside, half on Zoom, none on […]
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Carman: An examination of rural Colorado’s coronavirus vaccine resistance
The heat shimmered from the pavement and a smoky haze from Western wildfires made the sunsets a vivid orange on our road trip to Mancos last weekend. We hiked, reconnected with friends after a long time apart and toasted with local cider to the miracle of vaccination. This was freedom. For us, COVID was mostly […]