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The O. Zone: Picking primary candidates in an information vacuum, ad squabble

The O. Zone: Picking primary candidates in an information vacuum, ad squabble

Colorado Newsline photo So Tuesday, June 25, is Election Day for party primary voters, and not a whole helluva a lot of you seem to give a rat’s ass –…

The O. Zone: O, for f__k’s sake, way past time to try to reclaim my good name

The O. Zone: O, for f__k’s sake, way past time to try to reclaim my good name

Sometime back in 2015, Ernest Luning, my former colleague at the Colorado Independent and Colorado Statesman, forwarded me a press release from Dave Williams, a young conservative in Colorado Springs…

The O. Zone: There is hope this D-Day as Colorado voters voice support for democracy

The O. Zone: There is hope this D-Day as Colorado voters voice support for democracy

A U.S. Army helmet atop a captured German machine gun, marking the location at Pointe du Hoc of fallen comrades on June 6, 1944 (courtesy of the National World War…

The O. Zone: Please help shape Colorado election coverage with Voter Voices survey

The O. Zone: Please help shape Colorado election coverage with Voter Voices survey

For nearly two years now I’ve worked with the Colorado Newsline, an award-winning, non-profit news and opinion website based on Colorado’s Front Range that allows full reposting of its excellent articles on…

The O. Zone: Noem on the range cruelty doesn’t fly here in Colorado

The O. Zone: Noem on the range cruelty doesn’t fly here in Colorado

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem shot a dog similar to this wire haired pointer (AKC photo). Clearly, cruelty is part of Donald Trump’s political appeal. From his attacks on women to his overt…

The O. Zone: Ending another great ski season with kindness over collisions

The O. Zone: Ending another great ski season with kindness over collisions

KKW carves the slush on an empty Bear Tree run at Vail recently (DOW photo). The final week of the inbounds, lift-served ski season in the Eagle River Valley will…

The O. Zone: Time for local leaders to get onboard Colorado commuter, ski train

The O. Zone: Time for local leaders to get onboard Colorado commuter, ski train

When I saw the front-page headline of the Vail Daily on March 21 — “Mountain rail gathers steam” – I got excited. Were local leaders finally fully jumping onboard an alternative to…

Officials: McMansions now open to public to solve workforce housing crisis

Officials: McMansions now open to public to solve workforce housing crisis

In a surprise move, all the municipalities, metro districts and the county government on Monday announced any non-primary residence within the county borders is now considered workforce or attainable long-term…

The O. Zone: Seeking skiing independence, freedom from Epic crowds in Utah

The O. Zone: Seeking skiing independence, freedom from Epic crowds in Utah

Nick and Rennick Williams hike up Mt. Baldy at Powder Mountain on Feb. 28, 2024 (David O. Williams photo). If you want to see — or, more precisely, ski –…

Who’s psyched to see speed-queen Shiffrin win again on Beav’s Birds of Prey course?

Who’s psyched to see speed-queen Shiffrin win again on Beav’s Birds of Prey course?

Friday at Vail was a nice, soft, uncrowded mini-powder day, with six inches of new snow, and then a snow squall hit around closing time and dumped another nine inches…

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