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Review: Austen-era schemes, dreams fill ‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’

"It is a truth universally acknowledged," goes one of the more famous opening lines in English literature, "that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife."

LETTERS: Cutting down forests isn’t the way to protect homes from...

If you value human life and the natural world, please contact your Congressional delegation and demand that they stop wasting your taxes on logging our living climate buffers and instead put every dollar into making our communities Firewise.

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Nation and World

Texas’ border mission grows, but crossings still high

Following the horror of a human-smuggling attempt that left 53 people dead, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott ordered state troopers to inspect more trucks — again expanding a border security mission that has cost billions, given the National Guard arrest powers and bused migrants to Washington, D.C.

Colorado and Region

Colorado sheriffs critical of state ‘Red Flag’ law now use it

“Most of the time when we have people who have extreme mental health crises, unfortunately, there’s an outcome of either suicide or homicide,” said Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock. “The four cases that we’ve done, all four of those individuals are alive today and are productive members of our society and are working toward a healthier life.”


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