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Our View: Cartoonists deserve Pulitzers

Prestigious prizes are awarded annually to cartoonists and illustrators for journalism excellence, and the Pulitzer Prize is as distinguished as they come. It’s the highest honor, the crowni...

Our View: Need leadership now on homelessness

With today’s deadline to vacate Purple Cliffs, we’re thinking about artist Wendy Abrams’ stirring exhibit, “Invisible Words,” a curation of signs held by unhoused people in Washington, D.C. ...

Our View: Citizens Agenda model serves voters over politicians

Election season gives the editorial board a front-row seat in meeting and getting to know candidates, whether it’s in person or on Zoom. The way it usually goes is candidates give us an elev...

Our View: Tribal-owned grocery a huge win

It’s very good news that in the near future a tribal-owned grocery store will be built north of the Ute Mountain Ute casino and powwow grounds along U.S. Highway 49 in Towaoc. The grocery wi...

Our View: Science is in: Lonely people don’t vote

Lonely people are less likely to vote. This is proven. Alexander Langenkamp’s study “Lonely Hearts, Empty Booths?: The Relationship between Loneliness, Reported Voting Behavior and Voting as...

Our View: Honor vets with Camp Hale monument

Camp Hale and the Tenmile Range, which produced the 10th Mountain Division with alpine soldiers who busted through German lines and changed the course of World War II, are in dire need of st...

Our View: Mushrooms to treat mental health: Pass Initiative 58

In the treatment of mental health, psilocybin is too promising to ignore. For this reason, along with legalization’s removal of a criminal element, we support passing Initiative 58, the meas...

Our View: Election coverage: How not to polarize

The Denver Post’s editorial board made a bold decision in asking four freelance columnists to take a hiatus from writing between the primary and general elections. The board will instead...

Labor Day means something new

Americans rethink how, where, for how much they work

Bill Roberts: Booze on the ballot

Convenience poor reason to sacrifice community

Our View: Each transaction says yes or no to inflation

Inflation is front and center in the midterm elections. But don’t fall under the sway of candidates who claim the superpower of inflicting real-time effects on inflation. They don’t have it....

Our View: D&SNGR: To wave or not to wave

Lately, letters about the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s train whistle have taken up real estate in our Opinion section. One letter-writer steered the conversation toward a new ...
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