The effort by the City of Fort Lupton and the Citizen’s Advisory committee was impressive. The broad support, across all levels of the community was apparent. Hats off to an effort that shows we can work together to make our community a better place to live, remembering those who have served and those that continue to serve. A job well done by the Committee and all the people of Fort Lupton.
Over the last 20 years or so, we have observed the deep ideological divide that has evolved in our Country, driven partly by social media. Accusations of “fake news”, misogyny, racism, “science denial”, “deplorables”, “selfish bastards”, “libtards”, “baby killers” and other, similar invectives have become routine attacks by one tribe against another.
Instead, I would argue that the real missing link in our country today is leadership.
We all are longing for unity, and we are looking for leadership that inspires us to be our best selves. That is the type of leader I aspire to be.
No matter what the new school year will look like this fall, one thing is for certain. The Colorado Foundation for Agriculture will continue its mission of connecting educators and students to their food, fiber, fuel, and natural resources through the Colorado Agriculture in the Classroom® program.
The first step to tackling any problem is seeing it, and that is especially true with COVID-19 — widespread testing is key to seeing the bigger picture in the fight against this virus. Our country’s wellbeing — medically and financially — relies on our ability to see where the illness is and…
The little Weld County town of Cornish, 17 miles northeast of Greeley, held the first Stone Age Fair in 1934 at the Cornish School, to display the amazing array of Native American artifacts which had been exposed by the Dust Bowl extended drought of the early 1930's and collected by the area residents.