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More musings from Art Goodtimes...
Our next prosperity? Our heads are telling us it’s all going to hell and our hearts are refusing to give up, says columnist Art Goodtimes.
Roz Savage publicizes Pacific’s Plastic Garbage Patch… Goodtimes’s idea for converting Nucla’s coal plant to bio-diesel…
Columnist Art Goodtimes runs the gamut of laws that will affect San Miguel County in this week’s Up Bear Creek.
Columnist Art Goodtimes urges Mountain Village to work with local governments, not behind the scenes, to solve workforce housing issues.
It was a productive week in county government, says commissioner, columnist Goodtimes.
Moving into the light and conptemplating everything from the futility of New Year’s resolutions to oniomania to Borneo
Art Goodtimes rings in the year 15,009 and gives a shout out to the Road and Bridge snow clearing crews.
The non-traditional Art Goodtimes practices a very traditional art, that of basketweaving. A sample of his work on display at the Steaming Bean.
Goodtimes commends the Feds for involving local governments early on in the decision-making process for federal lands.
The latest issue of Ed Quillen’s Colorado Central sums up the talking points at this year’s annual Headwaters Conference.
Fire is a fact of life here in the high country. But how many residents know the tricks to keep their homes – for most of us, our life’s investment – safe? Keywords: wildfire San Miguel County Sher...
Columnist Goodtimes packs up the last of his late father Vince’s belongings, and digs up the heirloom spuds he brought to Vince’s yard for this year’s growing season, and heads home to Colorado for...
It’s a new political landscape, nationally – but then on the opposite front in southwestern Colorado, where two key moderate Democrats – Montrose County Commissioner Bill Patterson and Grand Juncti...
The ‘no’s’ have it on tax measures and two incumbent county commissioners are re-elected.
Columnist Goodtimes asks how we can instill democratic values in kids raised in an authoritarian system.
Columnist Art Goodtimes takes a look at a piece of paper that is both amazing and humbling in this week’s Up Bear Creek.
Art Goodtimes moderated a candidate forum for high school civics students in Cortez, sponsored by the Green Party.
Goodtimes, in this week’s “Up Bear Creek,” gives praise to Thomas Pynchon’s Against the Day and he also takes a look at this year’s presidential candidates educational past.
Goodtimes reports on the annual meeting with the men and women who keep our highways passable.