(The Center Square) – A taxpayer advocate critical of a proposed infrastructure bill in Washington D.C. said some items in the spending plan are duplicative and too expensive.
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San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters wants unprepared people to stay off Black Bear and other backcountry passes.
At San Juan Brews on July 15, people lined up to receive cash-filled envelopes. But it wasn’t payday: the cheerful people walking away with so…
Sheryl Crow says her breast cancer diagnosis and recovery "redefined who and how I am" and made her learn to put herself first.
Before the fireworks exploded over Montrose throughout the holiday weekend, dozens of cyclists of all ages in various levels of costume conven…
OPINION Our recently vaccinated family hit the highways and waterways in a major way this Past month. Thanks to public investment we have highways and interstates that cross the entire country; I can zip off to visit family in Wyoming or Michigan relatively easily. I can make my way down the Mississippi River facilitated by an important lock and dam system that also allows commerce to flow. American investment in infrastructure is often taken for granted, but having lived and traveled in lesser-developed nations with poor roads, airports and sometimes completely dysfunctional food systems, I can say we have it good.