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Friday, November 28, 2014

‘Guest column’ Archives

Living a full life in their community

Living a full life in their community

By Linda Timmons President and CEO, Mosaic March is National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Month and this year it comes in the midst of an ongoing debate about health care reform and budget challenges. One in 62 Americans has an intellectual disability, and awareness of issues affecting millions of citizens can inform the direction of national and state discussions and create a win-win-win outcome for states, communities, and people with disabilities. The majority of ... Full Story

State Treasurer Cary Kennedy “Treasury

State Treasurer Cary Kennedy “Treasury Notes”

State Treasurer Cary Kennedy Treasury Notes March 2010   Welcome to Treasury Notes A periodic email that I will send to update you about our work at Treasury. 2009 was an extraordinary year and an extremely busy time in the Treasury Department. This Treasury Notes includes a brief update on the state’s investment performance and financial position. Positive Investment Earnings Treasury manages the state’s investment pool with an investment policy that stresses, ... Full Story

In Memoriam: Al Haig’s Charge

In Memoriam: Al Haig’s Charge

By Dr. Paul Kengor Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator, February 22, 2010. Alexander Haig passed away over the weekend at the age of 85. A military man, a war veteran, no less than a four-star general, a chief of staff to two Republicans presidents (Nixon and Ford), a secretary of state to a third Republican president (Ronald Reagan), and once widely (but wrongly) suspected as the "Deep Throat" Watergate figure who gave the dirty laundry to Woodward and ... Full Story

1642 “ What’s Next?” Adults

By Ralph Trenary Berthoud Recorder Driving on U.S. Highway 287, either to the north or south, presents multiple examples of gettin’ away with it. The basics start with speeders and those who roam around with expired license plates. The latter infraction has recently become a very costly choice. No argument from me; just gotta’ plan ahead, make paying for the plates a priority and git ‘er done. The former raises my concerns for the safety of drivers young and old. Up at the county ... Full Story

1642 “ What’s Next? Tests and

By Ralph Trenary Berthoud Recorder The books have been closed on another round of fall and winter. According to the calendars we’re still in spring. I wonder about that with the number of near-record-high-temperature days that have already passed. Still, the rains have been a benefit as the reservoirs are full, the ditches are flowing and the drought has officially been cancelled. While my farmer and rancher cousins and ancestors are pleased, the teachers are restless. High school ... Full Story

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