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    Colorado Tourism Office Launches In-State Traveler Initiative

    ‘Colorado Field Guide’ designed to take Coloradans and visitors to less-traveled areas The Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) offers a new initiative that is aimed at inspiring travelers to explore the state’s hidden gems and carry their dollars to less-visited destinations in the state. The new Colorado Field Guide launched with an online collection of three- …

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    June is Men’s Health Month, 5 Tips For Celebrating Men’s Health

    By William Kormos, M.D., Harvard Men’s Health Watch The run-up to Father’s Day should be about more than ties, golf balls, and deciding what to grill on Sunday. Health should be on the agenda. Men’s Health Week was created by the U.S. Congress in 1994 to boost awareness of men’s health and ways to improve …

Boulder County News
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    Ways to Save and Enjoy Your Photos

    People are taking more photos than ever before, of friends, family, vacations and their food. And while they don’t always like to admit it, they are also taking selfies. But with all this emphasis on taking photos, you’d think that people would pay more attention to how they store and enjoy their memories for later. …

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    Colorado Shakespeare Festival Receives $25,000 Grant

    Arts Midwest announced $1 million in grants to 40 nonprofit, professional theater companies across 26 states, including the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, to perform the works of William Shakespeare for students. The Shakespeare in American Communities grant will support CSF’s touring Shakespeare & Violence Prevention project, which combines the live performance of Shakespeare plays with an anti-violence …

Denver Metro News
  • New Radio Communications Tower In Highlands Ranch

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    Douglas County is finally seeing the fruits of a 10-year effort to improve public safety in Douglas County. The rising of a unique radio communication tower took shape in the Highlands Ranch Central Park development, to improve public safety radio coverage locally by 325%. The Central Park Tower is a 150- foot tall, three-point structure, …

  • Colorado Collectibles at Forney Transportation Museum


    Colorado Collectibles 2017 Forney Transportation Museum | Sunday, August 13 | 10am – 3pm Do you have a mysterious antique lying around the house that you think might be worth a fortune? Every season on Colorado Collectibles, put on by Colorado Public Television-Channel 12, we look at the treasures local viewers have lying around in …

Larimer County News
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    Network Reviews Senior Affordable Housing

    At June’s Senior Education Network meeting, a panel of distinguished speakers discussed affordable senior housing in Larimer County. The panel consisted of Diane Cohn with Lutheran Family Services, Sue Beck-Ferkiss with the City of Fort Collins Social Sustainability Office, and Katy Mason with the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities. Over 30 professionals attended the network meeting …

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    Senior Law Day Is August 5

    Elder Care Network of Northern Colorado presents its 13th annual Senior Law Day on Saturday, August 5th. Registration opens at 8:00 AM. The event will take place at the Lory Student Center at Colorado State University in Fort Collins from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. The Keynote Speaker is Susie Germany who will be presenting …

Weld County News
  • A One Hundred Years Young


    Fern Steele not long ago celebrated her 100th Birthday. She attributes her longevity to her being blessed with good health, her faith, and a loving, caring family. Fern is quick to add, staying active, having a positive attitude and laughing is excellent medicine. Fern is a big sports fan. She keeps tabs on the Rockies, Broncos …

  • Painting a Landscape of Aging Through Film


    The 8th Annual Film Festival presented at Kress Cinema in Greeley did just that. Over a period of two days, fourteen short films were shown depicting joys, challenges and, opportunities of life. Audiences could choose either the morning or afternoon showings. At the conclusion of each showing there was a discussion period where comments, questions …



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