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  • Taxes-2016

    Consumer Advisory

    Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman is once again warning Coloradans to avoid falling victim to IRS tax scams. While tax scammers operate year round, their efforts intensify as April 15th approaches. These attempts to swindle often begin with callers claiming to be federal Internal Revenue Service agents seeking immediate payment of taxes. The phony …

  • Taxes-2016

    Tips for Trusting Your Tax Preparer

    Most people get help filing their taxes, either from computer software or a professional tax preparer. Scams have some consumers concerned about who they can trust with their financial data and private information. A paid tax return preparer is primarily responsible for the overall, substantive accuracy of your tax return(s). If there is a problem …

Boulder County News
  • Public-Transit

    Americans Support Funding for Public Transit

    Provided by Statepoint 7 in 10 Americans support increased federal funding for the nation’s public transportation systems in communities of all sizes, according to a survey conducted by ORC International for the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). This support is broad, according to the survey, spanning various age groups and political affiliations, with some of …

  • colorectal-cancer

    Did you know…

    By Kathy Rhodes, American Cancer Society That colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable cancers? It is the second leading cause of cancer death, but most of these deaths could be prevented with appropriate screening and early intervention. Because early colorectal cancer often has no symptoms, the American Cancer Society recommends that everyone 50 …

Denver Metro News
  • ‘Visible Storage’ Unpacks Culture


    Hotel de Paris Museum, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, opened its tour season on Saturday, May 28. Visitor access to an outstanding collection of over 5,000 objects original to the site has been improved through newly developed visible storage located in the hotel’s 1878 commercial kitchen. Hand-painted French tableware, common kitchen …

  • Celebrate Mother’s Day


    Treat mom to a memorable Mother’s Day with brunch at the Highlands Ranch Mansion. Guests enjoy a sprawling buffet that includes an omelet station, waffle station, a great selection of salads, shrimp, caramelized salmon with balsamic sauce, apricot chicken roulade, a prime rib carving station and more. And no brunch is complete without a selection …

Larimer County News
  • A-Home-For-Life-Eldercare

    Personal And Loving Care In A Real Home!

    A Home For Life is an ordinary, every-day residential home, owned and operated in Northern Colorado by Erin and MeLisa Mounsey. The Mounseys make healthy food, have house-cats, raise chickens, feed birds, and enjoy a beautiful, bountiful garden oasis through the summer. It’s an inviting place to watch flowers, vegetables and trees grow while relaxing …

  • smallgrants2016

    2016 Small Grants Support Wildlife, Agriculture, & More

    Larimer County Department of Natural Resources proudly awarded $20,748 in grant funds to support a dozen community and neighborhood projects that help connect people to the land. The awards were given to a variety of individuals and organizations in Larimer County through the department’s Small Grants for Community Partnering program. They were presented to grantees …

Weld County News
  • Local Housing Boom Impacts Seniors


    In a February, 2016 Denver Post article, RealtyTrac cited that Fort Collins has the 2nd lowest vacancy rate in the country (0.2%), where the national average is 7.1%. The Coloradoan reported in November 2015 that Loveland’s vacancy rate is 3.8% and Greeley’s is 5.7%. RealtyTrac stated, “The ripple effect of a 0.2% vacancy rate is …

  • Jazz Appreciation Month


    By Patty Endres MA/ LED; Garden Square at Westlake Assisted Living Jazz is a form of music that is American, but its roots are said to have come from New Orleans. is large port city that has an influx of many different types of people has influenced this music’s beginnings. African Americans and Europeans have …



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