•  Sasha Orloff

    Ask A Therapist

  •  Stephanie Majka-Nava

  •  Dear Editor,


  • Mike Littwin

    I admit it it, I’m a silver-lining kind of guy. And so when I read Donald Trump’s round-up-the-illegals-and-ship-‘em-out manifesto – a point-by-point policy paper to follow up on his illegal-immigrants-as-rapists commentary — I knew we were finally getting somewhere.

  • Donald Boudreaux

    Mercatus Center

    Thanks to international sanctions, Iran’s economy is suffering. In an effort to stop that country’s nuclear weapons program, the U.S.-led effort has restricted Iran’s oil exports.

  • Colorado State University


  • Trudy Lieberman

    Rural Health News Service

  • We interrupt our nonstop coverage of Republican panic in the face of Donald Trump leading in virtually every primary poll to bring you competing coverage of the oncoming Democratic panic in the face of Hillary Clinton leading in virtually every primary poll.

  •  Better Business Bureau


    COLORADO — It’s back to school time, and that means forms, forms and more forms — the school directory, scholarships, sports teams, scouts, and the list goes on. As you get started, consider these tips from the Federal Trade Commission for keeping your child’s personal information safe, from pre-school through college.         

  • As back-to-school season once again approaches, Cindy Vigesaa, franchise owner of Kiddie Academy, in Brighton, is offering parents some advice to help get the new school year off to a strong start.  

  • Frankie Trull

    Foundation for Biomedical Research

    The fight against rubella, the deadly German measles, has finally paid off.

  • Alan Shusterman

    Founder, School For Tomorrow


    A record number of high school students are celebrating their hard-earned diplomas this year.

  • United Way of Weld County would like to thank the sponsors and companies who made a success of our Chrome and Community Rally campaign kickoff July 23, at Chipper’s Lanes, in Greeley. A night of bowling and laser tag, with participants dressing up in motorcycle-themed attire, made for an entertaining event.

  •  Tim Buzby 

    As California descends further into its worst drought in recorded history, Golden Staters are looking for someone to blame. Many city-dwellers have pointed fingers at the State’s farmers and ranchers. 

  • Trudy Lieberman

    Rural Health News Service

    Just five years ago, Congress passed a big, widely hailed law that promised to make Americas’ food supply safer. But because of inadequate funding for new regulations and inspectors, the promise has yet to be kept.

  •  Jon M. Bailey 

    Former rural policy program director at the Center for Rural Affairs

  • The shooter, we’re told, was a drifter, a word you rarely hear outside Hollywood westerns. But this couldn’t be a western, because in the West, they took your guns at the town limits. Or at least that’s how they did it in the movies.

  • Lee Hamilton

    I spend a fair amount of time talking to students and other young people about Congress and politics in general, and I’ve noticed something. It used to be that I’d regularly get asked how one runs for office. Nowadays, I rarely do.


    John Crabtree
    Center for Rural Affairs

  • Jim Hightower

    How exciting: Chris Christie put his name on the Republican presidential dance card. He’s No. 14.

    The big man from New Jersey entered the race with all the chutzpah and hullabaloo that’s marked his five-and-a-half years as governor of the Garden State. In his carefully staged announcement speech, he said he’d be a truth-telling president.