State to require biggest polluters to report emissions, but does it go far enough?
By Michael Elizabeth Sakas Colorado Public Radio News
05/28/2020
When history repeats
When history repeats
Bayfield author on 1918 flu pandemic finds flash of fame, familiarity
By Missy Votel
05/28/2020
Sniffing out the truth
Sniffing out the truth
Why making your own dog food isn't so far-fetched after all
By Donna Hewett
05/14/2020
Three reasons to stay home and read
Three reasons to stay home and read
By Jeffrey Mannix
05/07/2020
Us and them
Us and them

Serendipitous tacos from heaven showed up at my door a few days ago.

By Jesse Anderson
05/28/2020
Where to find us
04/15/2020
Where to find us
Wondering where to pick up the Telegraph during the coronapocalypse? Here's a somewhat complete list of drop-off spots:
Karen conunundrum, about face & black thumbs
Ask Rachel

Interesting fact: Dr. I.M. Nick, a nomenclature scholar, says, “The use of a personal name to refer to an entire group(ing) of people is a long-documented, cross-cultural, linguistic phenomenon.” She also has a killer name for a former president of the American Name Society.

05/28/2020
A new tale about kale
A new tale about kale

Despite all the blooming and greening of spring, it doesn’t offer much to eat. The corn is ankle-high, the peaches leave a lot to the imagination, and many farmers and gardeners have barely planted out their tomatoes.

By Ari LeVaux
05/28/2020

Day in the Life

Soaking it up
May 21, 2020
Long live rock!
Long live rock!

It’s been nearly two months since “Top Shelf” last graced these pages. In my first 12-plus years of writing this column, I think I only missed two weeks.

By Chris Aaland
05/21/2020

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What - it turns out - is actually wrong with me
What - it turns out - is actually wrong with me

The question left unanswered for most of my life has been, “What is wrong with you?” often with an expletive in the middle.

By john van becay
05/14/2020

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