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Letter: Address Native poverty, leave ’the Chief’ alone

Are we still wasting time and energy on the Toh-Atin Chief? Really? Perhaps those who are so supportive of its removal would like to interview Native Americans in Newcomb, New Mexico, on the...

Writers on the Range: Pumping up fear on the Colorado River

Some Colorado River tribulations today remind me of a folk story: A young man went to visit his fiancé and found the family trembling and weeping. They pointed to the ceiling, where an axe w...

Editorial cartoons

Kayla Shaggy: Take down the Toh-Atin ‘Chief’

My name is Kayla Shaggy, and I am a Diné and Annishinabe artist currently living in Arizona. I used to live in Durango. I’m known for my work in art and comics, specifically, “The Sixth Worl...

Paul Krugman: Getting real about coal and climate

“Change is coming, whether we seek it or not.” So declares a remarkable document titled “Preserving Coal Country,” released Monday by the United Mine Workers of America, in which the union —...

Writers on the Range: The Western state rush to suppress voting

Colorado’s elections are a bipartisan success story, so when Major League Baseball responded to Georgia’s new voting restrictions by moving the All-Star Game to Denver, it couldn’t have made...

Gail Collins: A spring politics quiz good for a few laughs

Spring is here, folks! I know things aren’t really normal yet. But they seem to be coming around. Picnics! Movies! Sooner or later we’ll all actually be going to work at … work. And before y...

Ron Dickson: Bipartisan support is needed for climate change to work

The first Earth Day — April 22, 1970 — marked the beginning of the modern environmental movement. Its history is instructive in that this day grew out of bipartisan support. Earthday.org rep...

Jan and Greg Phillips: Medicare for All, Version 2021

U.S. Representatives Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., and Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., recently reintroduced H.R. 1976, their improved Medicare For All Act of 2021 (M4A) in the House of Representatives...

Antonia Clark: Op-ed on ‘the Chief’ unfair to owners

I read with interest the recent op-ed by Trennie Collins and want to add some relevant facts. As part owner of Toh-Atin’s parking lot and the Chief Diner sign, I have met with Cit...

Allen Best: Can Tri-State pivot to stay afloat?

Once again the question looms, this time prodded by a downgrading by S&P Global Ratings, whether Tri-State Generation & Transmission can pivot rapidly enough to stay afloat in the turbulent ...

Don Coram: Budget, greenhouse gas emissions dominate session

The budget is almost finalized. It passed the Colorado Senate with only one “No” vote. Sixteen amendments were passed to Senate Bill 21-205 (the budget bill, also known as “the ...
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