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Opinion | Biff America: Killer with cool hair

February 23, 2020

The honey badger is much like me at a buffet when my mate isn’t around; it will eat anything. “Badger” is a bit misleading. It is built more like a weasel. Males weigh about 35...



Summit Suds: Pairing beer and Girl Scout Cookies

February 21, 2020

‘Tis the season for Girl Scout Cookies. The colorful boxes full of delicious treats can be found for sale outside of grocery stores, on street corners, in offices and other locations. Over the years, breweries...





Opinion | Biff America: Love and hardship

February 16, 2020

She was 13, he was 21. The country was in the midst of the Great Depression. Mike worked odd jobs, Pat had yet to quit school to become a live-in nanny. They met at the...


Summit Suds: Are beer bottles or cans better?

February 15, 2020

The number of craft breweries distributing outside the taproom is growing each year. Beer aficionados have more choices than ever when browsing a grocery or liquor store. But aside from deciding on what type of...





Ask Eartha: How to go green this Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2020

Dear Eartha, How can I go green this Valentine’s Day? Ah, Valentine’s Day. Whether you celebrate it, ignore it or wonder why it became a holiday at all, it’s an opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate...


High Country Baking: Pecan shortbread valentines

February 12, 2020

Can you describe love with a cookie? These pecan shortbreads come close. Sweet, delicate, tender, always pleasing and just nutty enough to be interesting, they’ll make a delightful valentine. Serve them alone or as an...


Lark Ascending: Will you walk with me?

February 12, 2020

“There’s a pale moon out on the waterThere is lightning flashing in the skyThere will be no rest on this journeyWill you walk with me ‘til I die?”             — “Will You Walk With Me,”...


Thinking Outside the Classroom: Wolves in Colorado

February 10, 2020

At Keystone Science School, we teach critical thinking and curiosity through the lens of science. A common teaching approach is the utilization of our nonbiased framework when exploring environmental issues. We teach collaboration rather than...


Opinion | Biff America: Faith and burritos

February 9, 2020

It was raining in the Sierras. The ski season was winding down, and the damp weather made the morning better suited for a leisurely breakfast than wet skiing. I hate seeing one person occupying a...