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    If Caller Asks “Can You Hear Me?,” Just Hang Up

    The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about an old scam with a new twist. The “Can You Hear Me?” scam has long been used to coerce businesses into purchasing office supplies and directory ads they never actually ordered, but now it’s targeting individual consumers, as well. For the last few days of January, more than half …

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    BBB Warns About Online Retailer

    Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming is warning consumers that it has received 14 unanswered complaints regarding Patriot EDC, a Wyoming Limited Liability Company. Five additional complaints are open and pending. According to the company’s website, “Patriot EDC is a group of working class patriots bringing you the tools you need for day to day …

Boulder County News
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    Who’s Your Person?

    By Phyllis Coletta, JD; At some point, 50% of us will be unable to make medical decisions for ourselves. In Colorado, if you haven’t appointed a medical decision-maker, any “interested party” can show up at the hospital and ask to be named your proxy. You can imagine the kind of stress and chaos this …

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    Interfaith Quilters Of Longmont 31st Annual Quilt Show And Sale

    By Jackie Lindon Interfaith Quilters of Longmont is celebrating the 31st Annual Quilt Show and Sale on March 3rd and 4th, 2017. It is held at the First Lutheran Church, 803 Third Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. The proceeds from these hand and machine made quilts benefit the O.U.R. (Outreach United Resource) Center and the Safe …

Denver Metro News
  • Financial Pressures and Solutions for Colorado’s Growing Senior Population


    By John Zabawa, President & CEO of Seniors’ Resource Center Colorado residents age 60 and older are a growing proportion of the population, while the costs associated with aging are rising. The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) projects that one-fourth of the state’s population will be age 60 or older by 2040. At the …

  • Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant


    By Rene Green, MCSA Publicity, We need you! We are the Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant! If you have reached the “Age of Elegance” (60 and over) and you are still self confident, vivacious, and joyful, come be a contestant at the 2017 Pageant, scheduled for April 23, at the Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 …

Larimer County News
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    Harlem Globetrotters 2017 World Tour

    Basketball’s Most Entertaining Team Debuts The Sport’s First 4-Point Line During 91st Season The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the most electrifying athletes on the planet, bring their spectacular show to Budweiser Events Center on Sunday, March 19, at 2 p.m. during their 2017 World Tour. New this season, for the first time …

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    Antiques Appraisal Roadshow

    Is that relic gathering dust in your attic a one-in-a-million treasure or a run-of- the-mill trinket? Find out on Saturday, Feb. 11, when evaluation experts host an Antiques Appraisal Roadshow at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. Daniel Geary, owner of Lone Tree Antiques and Fine Art in Eaton, has collected, appraised, and …

Weld County News
  • Be Kind To Yourself


    Caregiver Appreciation Day is February 17, 2017! Includes Free Continental Breakfast & Lunch. Guest Caregiver Panel & Guest Speaker, Free Chair Massages & Hand Care, Information Booths, Pampering and Self Care. Hosted at the Greeley Senior Center, 1010 6th Street, Greeley. Please RSVP by February 10th by calling 970-350-9440. Respite Care is provided but must …

  • Snow Removal From Sidewalks


    Greeley residents, property managers and businesses are reminded that city codes require that snow and ice be removed from all public sidewalks within 24 hours after the end of a winter storm. This is important so pedestrians, especially school children and the physically-challenged may safely use the walkways. If gone an extended time, residents should …



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