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The rabbi replies: Menachem Siderson, Aish of the Rockies

Profile of Rabbi Menachem Siderson of Aish of the Rockies in Denver.

Mikvehs to be built in name of Meron victim

A diverse group of Jews who come together to build two mikvehs in memory of Yossi Kohn in Boise, Idaho, and Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Retrospective: Freedom Rider recalls his activism

A Freedom Rider and civil rights activist, Rabbi Allen Secher marched and prayed with Rev. Martin Luther King.

Coin of the realm: childhood passion to business

Matt Trookman, numismatist, first became interested in coins at the age of five, when he stopped a passerby to ask about the jingling noise coming from his pocket. He...

Wyoming: the rabbi with a kaleidoscopic approach

It’s a question virtually every rabbi has been asked at one time or another: What kind of rabbi are you? It has certainly been asked of Rabbi Moshe Halfon: “The best...

The First: Nussbaum fights for freedom of worship

Nussbaum Speir Gleason, a law firm located in Colorado Springs, specializes in fighting for our right to worship as we choose, free from governmental interference.

Cross country in Frisco, at any age

By Marilyn Shapiro My husband Larry and I just returned to our Florida home from an early November trip to Frisco, Colorado. While we were there, the weather was...

Deadline Nov. 15 for 35th annual Coloring Contest

Deadline for entries in the 35th annual Intermountain Jewish News Chanukah Coloring Contest is Monday, Nov. 15, 5 p.m.

Catching up with the Consul General in Salt Lake City

April, the IJN spent one-on-one time with Israel’s Consul General of Los Angeles, Hillel Newman, on a visit to Denver. That interview with Newman helped commemorate...

IJN kicks off Chanukah Coloring Contest

The conclusion of the High Holiday season with Simchat Torah this past week signals the opening of the 35th annual Intermountain Jewish News Chanukah Coloring Contest....