SPECIAL FEATURES JANUARY 2020 ISSUE
SNOW SPORTS & FESTIVALS. JANUARY 2020
HISTORY, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, KID’S CORNER. JANUARY 2020
New programs are continually being added, bridging youth and community projects. Delta School students will participate in future plans. [Read more]
Beginning a massive expansion program that will include an environmental education center.
Although the menu has expanded to include hot sandwiches, soup, and chili, a hot slice of pizza and a double scoop of Farr’s ice cream are the mainstays of Buckaroos Slices and Scoops. The business, located at 1518 East Main Street, the realization of an idea—a dream—and the LaJoy family which owns it acts on dreams. [Read more]
SECTIONS – JANUARY 2020
You’ve probably dug out your parka, boots, gloves, and hat, but have you thought about weatherizing your pet? Most dogs and cats spend the majority of their time indoors, but you need to take precautions so their outdoor experience isn’t a nightmare. [Read more]
So what you do with a youngster—a 1½-year-old mustang that comes into your herd that’s mostly made up of older equines—can be challenging. [Read more]
Life for cats is simply safer indoors. For their own benefit and for the benefit of the communities where they live, owned cats should not be allowed to roam freely. Stray dogs, foxes, coyotes, and cars are threats to free-roaming cats. And cats are a significant threat to songbirds. [Read more]
No, I’m not referring to scams this time. I do want to discuss falls and the impact (LOL) they have on older adults, however; falls are not necessarily a normal part of aging. [Read more]
Where were you when you were in 3rd grade? Hopefully, inside each of us, that curious 8 year old still lives. At that age, life was full of things you either did or didn’t want to do. [Read more]
Way back in the “old days,” electricity was relatively unknown in rural Colorado and, in many cases, suspect. Becky Mashburn, Marketing Supervisor with Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA), recalls visiting with one woman who remembers when electricity first came to her family farm. It was in the early 1930s. “She got an electric stove and left it sitting out on the porch for months, because she didn’t know what to do with it!” [Read more]
Technology continues racing forward at a blinding pace, creating powerful new tools, on-demand entertainment, the ability to chat face-to-face with someone on the other side of the globe, and a never-ending array of other amazing innovations. Bundled with the benefits is an organizational nightmare: managing and securing a gigantic list of logins and passwords. [Read more]
REAL ESTATE, LENDING, FINANCE JANUARY 2020
Financing Modular, Mobile and Tiny Homes
When it comes to purchasing a modular, mobile, or tiny home, financing can be the most difficult part of the overall decision. Type and style variations between these structures warrant different kinds] of financing, not to mention what a specific borrower may or may not qualify for. [Read more]
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