Published on Thursday, August 27 2015 13:54
Earl “Shorty” Ward, age 92, passed away peacefully in his home on Friday, August 7.
He leaves his son Christopher Ward, and his son-in-law Tory Wentworth-Ward. He was preceded in death by
Published on Thursday, August 27 2015 13:49
Vivian Lee Briggs, born to William and Esther Moran on January 4, 1943 passed away peacefully on August 18, 2015. Vivian was born in Sterling Colorado, a short time later she and her family moved to Fort Collins. Vivian graduated from Fort Collins High School and went on to attend Colorado State University. She married Ford
Published on Thursday, August 27 2015 10:10
Adams, Boulder and Denver Counties are teaming up to launch Solar Benefits Colorado, a first-of-its-kind program that offers discounts to encourage many Front Range homeowners to go solar, as well as offering a special discount for purchasing electric vehicles.
Published on Thursday, August 27 2015 13:05
By Kathleen Spring
It’s back to school time. Ready for your first quiz? Who were the first farmers? Cavemen and women, according to anthropologists. Who first farmed in the Colorado Front Range area? Native Americans preferred the grasslands on the east side of Colorado, but evidence shows their teepee rings near Lyons. The first white settlers were Chester and Mary Smead, who
Published on Friday, August 21 2015 11:03
The American Red Cross is in need of volunteers to respond to and help prevent the No. 1 disaster in the Denver-metro area: home fires.
The Red Cross is recruiting for two key positions in the Denver-metro area:
Published on Thursday, August 27 2015 10:17
Boulder County Area Agency on Aging, a Division of Community Services, offers two training programs for family caregivers of older adults; one focused on the practical skills of caregiving and the other on caregiver self-care.
The National Caregiver Training Program is a 21-hour course (meets once a week for three hours) that helps family caregivers acquire the skills needed to provide safe, confident home care for older loved ones. Classes, taught by a registered nurse,
Published on Friday, August 21 2015 10:59
Warmer temperatures, the sounds of children playing outside, and baseball on TV can only mean one thing: it is officially summer and the Limon Heritage Museum is open for its 24th season! Venture back to the “good old days” by window shopping at Gates Mercantile, ordering a Coke at Houtz Drug Store, hopping aboard the Pullman Dining Car, or learning a thing or two in the one-room Pioneer Schoolhouse. Colorful, fragrant gardens; one-of-