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Memorial honoring Korean “comfort women” during WWII turned down by Aurora

Aurora City Council said little about its reasoning for voting down the proposal, but comfort women memorials have become controversial across the country in recent years.

Arts

Remembering Seth Bossung: A master at building relationships that matter

He was an architect, aficionado of fine design and an athlete, but friends remember Seth Bossung, one of three men killed in a Feb. 1 avalanche near Silverton, as a dedicated husband and father who fostered deep connections with friends

Opinion

Remembering Adam Palmer: A real-life mountain unicorn with an infectious personality

A beast in the hills, a magical friend and a warrior for his community and planet, Adam Palmer -- one of three men killed in a Feb. 1 avalanche near Silverton -- was the rarest of men

Opinion

Remembering Andy Jessen: A friend and leader who forged community

Andy Jessen, one of three men killed in a Feb. 1 avalanche near Silverton, created more than a brewery in Eagle. Alongside his wife, Amanda, the magnetic visionary who fostered friendship and ideas around a backyard bonfire helped guide his hometown’s growth.

Opinion

Grand Junction woman transforms coronavirus’ staggering death toll into a comforting work of art

Artist Linda McBride began honoring the pandemic’s dead when the toll was 120,000. Now it’s over 300,000 and her work is far from finished.

Coloradans