Keyword: Andrea Doray
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A digital testament to those we’ve lost

“On one of our walks during quarantine, my mom and I talked about how sad it was that people were dying and their loved ones couldn’t memorialize them or celebrate their lives. We decided we … more

So now we listen ... really listen

The country has spoken … and what exactly was said, and by whom, will be debated for a long time. But there’s a singular message here I hope the majority of us have received: we need to listen to … more

On hoarding, stocking up and preparation

I had a different column planned for this week … then it occurred to me that, by the time you read this, none of us may yet know the results of the Nov. 3 elections.. So that column will have to … more

This election season doesn’t have to end badly

I’ve seen this movie before … although how this version ends is anyone’s guess. Unfortunately, however, most of those guesses include the fear, threat or promise of violence. The first time I … more

A coming-to-terms moment on my birthday

This is my birthday week, and, as usual, birthdays prompt reflection … although it’s not a milestone birthday, and I don’t need a date on the calendar for such contemplation anyway. But this … more

Fact: You do not need to request your ballot

Colorado’s counties will begin mailing ballots for the Nov. 3 general election on Oct. 9, 2020. If you are a registered voter in the state of Colorado, you will receive your ballot in the mail. You … more

Taking a page from the past

Taking a page from the past” is the headline of an article in the Summer 2020 University of Northern Colorado alumni magazine (Go Bears!). In this “From the Vault” feature, author Nate Haas, … more

As we venture out we will need contact tracing

My fervent hope for the next few weeks is that I don’t get a call from a 970 prefix, Steamboat Springs specifically. We recently took a road trip there to enjoy cycling along the Yampa River and … more

Commemorating Eva Levine and what she stood for

People reporting other people to the authorities. Entire faiths, entire ethnicities demonized, attacked. Ghettos. Mobs. Looting. Uniforms. Gassing. Rampant disease. These are the circumstances in … more

Less is more for changes to my quarantine routine

I have gray hair. There, I admit it. I didn’t always … in fact, I’ve not admitted it because every four weeks for the last 20 years or so, my hair miraculously returned to its (mostly) original … more

An open letter to the class of 2020

Dear Class of 2020 Graduates: Congratulations on your accomplishments! You have achieved great ambitions … not only throughout your years of study but also by navigating the time of coronavirus (or … more
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