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‘Do you feel safer today?’

“Do you feel safer today than you did four years ago?” That’s the question everyone has to answer this November when casting a ballot in the attorney general’s race. Our current attorney gen...

What it feels like to find out you have Alzheimer’s

I had been noticing something was different about me when I, a lifelong reader, started avoiding reading instructions - recipes, manuals, long emails. I figured I was getting kind of lazy. I...

Housing crisis isn’t a crisis. It’s capitalism.

Absent a shift in our moral compass, our current form of free-market capitalism will transform U.S. society into a largely unrecognizable system defined by extreme inequality and rising pov...

‘Qualifications, experience, work ethic’

Since Rep. Lauren Boebert won the 2020 Republican primary election, she has made a mockery of CD3 while spending most of her time away from the district, working to boost her personal brand ...

KSUT takes deeper dive into history, mission

KSUT is grateful for the opportunity to take a deeper dive into the nuance of its history and mission, as a follow-up to this week’s story in The Durango Herald, focusing on our collaborativ...

‘Votes first for District 59’

It’s election season, a time to reflect on what we’ve accomplished together and anticipate what’s ahead. For six years, I have represented House District 59, proud to serve alongside my Repu...

‘Truly stood up for rights’

My name is Shelli Shaw and I am not a politician. Like you, I’ve been watching our nation and our beautiful state go in a direction that breaks my heart. Children are being used as a politic...

‘EVs poised to take over the highway’

It’s National Drive Electric Week and there are many reasons to celebrate! By now, you have heard the buzz about electric vehicles (EVs) and charging stations in Colorado. Or maybe you have ...

‘Will protect election infrastructure’

People like me don’t usually run for office. I grew up in the mountains of Estes Park and, at times, my family relied on food stamps and food banks. I was the first person in my family to at...

Food-truck ban a smokescreen for Denver cops’ mistake

When powerful people make mistakes, they tend to blame less powerful people. The Denver Police Department is powerful. Denver’s food-truck owners, not so much. This power dynamic – not publi...

Shared values: ‘Free, fair elections’

The race for Colorado’s secretary of state has never been more important. We as Coloradans and Americans face a voter confidence challenge. As the former Jefferson County clerk and recorder ...

‘Delivering on what matters most’

Southwest Colorado embodies the freedom, natural beauty and pioneering spirit that our state is known for. As governor, I am focused on protecting our way of life, lowering the cost of livin...
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