Last year’s holiday season was not exactly a merry one for the U.S. Postal Service. In the lead-up to Christmas, overwhelmed postal workers had to leave gifts sitting in sorting facilities for weeks. They delivered just 38 percent of greeting cards and other nonlocal first-class mail on time.
Juan Herrera Juan Herrera was against getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
A 2017 debt, assessed to U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) restaurant by the Garfield County Court, remains unpaid, according to court records released in response to a records request by the Colorado Times Recorder
On Monday night, Colorado Christian University’s Centennial Institute hosted a lecture by theologian Owen Strachan, who addressed a number of themes in his recent book, “Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement is Hijacking the Gospel – and the Way to Stop It,” in which he argues that modern social justice movements are antithetical to Christianity.
In September 2020, geologist Jay Temple began living part-time at an RV park just outside Westcliffe, Colorado, a small high-altitude town. Located between two sets of mountains — the craggy Sangre de Cristos and the Wet Mountains — it is a geologist’s heaven.
Caller to CO Radio Show: ‘100’s, Maybe 1,000’s’ Died of COVID Vaccine; Radio Host’s Reply: ‘Spot On’ … ‘Good Call’
If you were heading out Friday afternoon and listening to KNUS, you might have heard a caller tell right-wing radio host Steffan Tubbs that the COVID vaccine has killed “hundreds, maybe thousands” of people, and officials refuse to talk about it.
Peter Yu, a Republican candidate to unseat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) in 2022, said last month that he supports providing federal government services exclusively in English.
UPDATE: Vice Chair Rahn returned CTR’s request for comment soon after publication. Her comments have been added.