Briefs: Biz Briefcase November 15, 2008
• Himalayan Healers has opened at 560 Colorado Ave. The new facility will be used for activities, planning, meetings and presentation.
The business is seeking donation of office desks, computers, shelving, decorations and other office supplies. For information, 623-6873.
• Howl Natural, a natural food supply store for cats and dogs, has opened at 634 Main St., No. 6, at the bottom of the breezeway stairs. The store will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
• Forest Service employees Doug Marah of Delta and Kathy Peckham of Norwood were recognized for their work in San Miguel and Ouray counties by the USDA Forest Service at a recent ceremony in Colorado Springs. Marah and Peckham helped develop a plan to manage and promote safe recreational use on the mountain passes near Telluride and Ouray.
Niccole Mortenson, environmental planner and minerals specialist at the Forest Service Headquarters in Delta, was honored for her work with the Office of General Council.