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5 Dog Sledding Trips For Adventurous, Animal-Loving Families

Dog sledding is an ancient art, first developed by indigenous people in North America and the Arctic as a way to travel and survive in brutal winter conditions. Jack London’s tales of the Alaskan frontier put the mushers, and more so the dogs, in the forefront of the American imagination. And The Last Frontier’s famed Iditarod, that epic mid-winter trek from Anchorage to Nome, continues the tradition of Alaskan dog sled racing and pits humans and dogs against other teams and the whims of nature.

But dog sledding does not have t ... Read more

TOP 10 off-grid cabins of 2022

SPOTLIGHTING THE top off-grid cabins OF 2022

Defined as small houses or cottages typically located in rural areas, cabins come in many shapes and sizes. Generally modest and cozy dwellings found in a variety of climates, they are often d ... Read more

Amy Skinner: Community health advocate

I have lived in Gilpin County for over 20 years and owned my own business in Nederland for almost 15 years. I live with my husband, Richard Brandon.

I started writing a mental health column in The Mountain-Ear in December 2021. I have wr ... Read more

Amtrak's popular ski train is back to take skiers from Denve

Access to some of Colorado’s best skiing and riding terrain just got easier: the ski train is back!

Starting back up again in January 2023, as reported by Travel + Leisure, Amtrak's Winter Park Express connects urban Denver with the Wi ... Read more

Christopher Kelley: Government reporter and more

I grew up in Connecticut, where from early childhood I enjoyed drawing and “writing” little nonsensical storybooks. In my adolescence I loved making my own magazines, creating caricatures of my friends and satirizing our middle school days in my own version of MAD or Cracked. I wrote melodramatic poetry and song lyrics in my teenage years that no one will ever see.

I went to college in New York City and earned an associate’s degree in graphic design. Life took me all over the north, east, and south and I worked all sorts of j ... Read more

Epic, Ikon, or Independent: How to Find the Best Multi-Resor

Does anyone buy lift tickets for individual resorts anymore? With the popularity of multi-resort passes, it’s easy to think not. Although not every mountain has joined the frenzy, and ski town locals usually purchase some type of season pass to the ... Read more

Cynthia Davis: Graphic designer

Of all the places I have lived across the country, my time in Nederland was the most memorable. The mountains are magical and beautiful, and the people are unique and rich in culture.

It was The Mountain-Ear newspaper that first brought ... Read more

Songs from the Stacks

Songs from the Stacks was created in response to the Covid 19 pandemic and has now been going on for almost two years. The concert series was born from having to figure out more virtual programming because of the restrictions the COVID pandemic impos ... Read more

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Issaquah, Washington

Mayor Pauly believes that all elected officials are servant leaders for the community they represent. As electeds, it is most important that we connect with our community, work to understand the values, goals and priorities of this special community, and reflect that in all the work that we do.