Columnist Laura Pritchett found the weight of emotional and physical symptoms of illness all around her drove home the importance of saving for a long-anticipated family trip.
Jennifer Koshatka Seman’s scholarly history examines the impact of 19th-century faith healing practices and radical politics of two curanderos in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
With the short story “How to Live Domestically as an Artist,” author Blake Sanz describes a sense of place tainted by turmoil.
A small fraction of the river reaches Northern Mexico, irrigating its fields and providing for millions of residents. That supply is now more at risk than ever.
Congratulations to President Joe Biden for persuading Mexico’s President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to meet with him in Washington on July 12 to discuss key Mexico-U.S. issues, especially those pertaining to the border. I believe, however, that much of the credit should go to the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, who has done something […]
Colorado politicians are celebrating new rules allowing potato sales in the Mexican interior. Potato farmers, though, have been burned before.
Like many Coloradans and Americans, I was deeply moved last month by the pictures of President Joe Biden holding up a young Ukrainian refugee in his arms. The jubilant smile and the loving energy of the embrace between our president and the refugee child struck a particular chord with me, reminding me of my hopes […]
I caught some sleep during the short interlude between frenzied barking dogs and the crowing roosters. It wasn’t enough. I won’t lie, this Mexico trip wasn’t easy, and in all the cliché ways: A grapefruit-sized whip spider shedding its exoskeleton on the bathroom ceiling, a scorpion skittering down the hallway, tiny biting ants stinging my […]
By Felicia Fonseca, The Associated Press FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The U.S. Department of Energy on Tuesday announced a new kind of climate observatory near Crested Butte that will help scientists better predict rain and snowfall in the U.S. West and determine how much of it will flow through the region in the Colorado River. The […]
Ken Salazar, a Coloradan who served as interior secretary and in the U.S. Senate, will be nominated by President Joe Biden to serve as the U.S. ambassador to Mexico, the White House announced on Tuesday. Salazar’s nomination has been rumored for weeks. He’s a Colorado College graduate who has recently been working in the private […]