Memorials don’t have to be about death

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Navajo author Luci Tapahonso wrote about a Native American family who was traveling on the deserted dirt road between Oak Springs, Ariz., and Shiprock many years ago. The family of three was traveling on horseback through this deserted area. On the way, the couple’s baby girl became sick. So far […]

In the end, our lives are memorials to God

By Judy Brandon: Local Columnist Luci Tapahonso, the Navajo author, recorded a poignant account of a Navajo family of long ago. When Luci was just a child, she with her little brothers and sisters were riding in the back of their parents’ pickup on the way to Shiprock. As they rode along, an older relative […]

Heine and Huber defended Colorado

Bob Huber When Big War II broke out, every red-blooded American kid who believed in baseball, cowboys, and the American Way shouldered his Red Ryder BB gun in the relentless struggle against tyranny. The scenario involved the building of small forts hither and yon in the Colorado foothills so enemies of the free world could […]