The Most Effective Way to Treat a Cold or Flu

By Julie Smith

Winter is upon us, and with it inevitably comes colds and flus.  For many of us, winter is an ongoing battle with sickness.  Why does this happen in winter?

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Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundon

Nine tips for Packing Smart

The Christmas decorations are stored away; the holiday parties are long over; and the football season soon comes to an end. It is time to consider 2012 vacations. Whether you travel far or near, make your plans early. Airlines, except Southwest, charge for luggage. One checked bag, a carry-on and a shoulder bag or backpack are all you need for most destinations. The size of the checked bag depends on how long you will be away and the activities planned.

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Entertaining Tips to Up Your Game

Entertaining Tips to Up Your Game

(Family Features) The fall and winter months bring plenty of entertaining opportunities, ranging from tasting wine or watching football games, to formal parties or casual nights in with friends. Regardless of the occasion, there are simple ways to make each experience stand out.

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Three Pitfalls to Avoid When Retirement Planning

By Doug Carey

It is never too early to start thinking about how you might prepare for your retirement years. Unfortunately, many people don’t really sit down and go through any sort of analysis until they’re in their 50s or even later. For those who would like to plan ahead, there are multiple ways to help set yourself up for a secure retirement later. There are also traps that many fall into Here are three of them to avoid.

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Fred William Niccore

October 10, 1939 – January 5, 2012
Fred William Niccore died on Thursday, January 5, 2012, in his 72nd year in Loveland, Colorado.

A Celebration of his life: 11 a.m., Friday, January 13, at First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Longmont.  Memorial Mass: 5:30 p.m., Saturday, January 14, at Lyons Catholic Community, Lyons, Colorado.

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Roads Traveled by Linda L. Osmundon

Christmas is over and you have a pile of cards. Take the road down memory lane and recycle those cards while remembering the people who sent them. Take the road alone or with children.

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Tech Talk

with Bob Gilson and Lee Hall

Bob: The holiday shopping season is upon us. Its a time when many ask for outlandishly sized gifts.
Lee: And through the “magic” of credit card debt, some receive them.
Bob: You may not have heard ,but Lee works for Santa.

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