Welcome to Colorado. We are not “full.” Though the Colorado Limits on Housing Growth Initiative (Initiative 122) failed to make its way to the ballot in November 2020, the motivations that brought the initiative into existence and propelled it into our public conscience have not disappeared. Opinion pieces recently published […]

“Strength in Community” was the theme of the Ramona Chamber of Commerce’s Community Awards for 2020 recognition ceremony held outside for the first time. Chamber President Karen Domnitz presented the awards with Chamber Directors Carol Fowler and Cindy Galloway acting as hosts of the March 20 event at the Ramona […]

WESTPORT — First Selectman Jim Marpe still remembers standing on the steps outside of town hall a year ago — maskless and surrounded by other officials — announcing schools and various aspects of town government would have to close. COVID-19 had come to Westport. “This was going to be the […]

Natalie Aronno is attending UC Irvine remotely to study dance. (Christina House/Los Angeles Times) Part of a year-end series revisiting subjects of some of our most popular arts articles of the year. For freshman starting college this fall, COVID-19 upended their education, as some colleges closed their campuses and offered […]

Back in May, Provost Karine Moe announced that both semesters during the 2020-2021 school year would be split into two 7.5 week modules in which students took only two classes at a time. Just as the new system and online learning has been difficult for students this semester, professors have […]