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Biz Buzz: March 26, 2015

By Staff

Janah Reynolds is part owner of a recently formed wedding planning company, R&R Events and Design.  “I am a wedding and event stylist and have been doing so for almost four years,” Reynolds said. “My family has ...

Biz Briefcase: March 26, 2015

By Staff

Montrose chew maker sponsors NASCAR racer Elicit Herbal Chew of Montrose teamed up with Joey Gase and Jimmy Means Racing as an associate sponsor for the NASCAR Xfinity Series in Fontana, California, last week. Gase finished in 30th ...


Cottage foods bill could expand opportunities, and potentially risks

By Greg Ruland

A bill moving its way through the Colorado Legislature that would give home-based pickle makers a pass on most food safety regulations is leaving a sour taste in the mouths of some commercial food producers. Normally, retailed foods can only ...


GYM: Swiss Ball Alternating Single Leg Bridge

By Staff

Swiss Ball Alternating Single Leg Bridge Start on your back and rest both feet on the Swiss Ball with your legs straight. Raise your hips and tighten your core while still breathing. Alternately raise each leg about foot height for 12 ...


CHEERS! Just desserts

By Charles Ashby

Just desserts I was at 626 on Rood recently for a nice dinner, which was nice. Afterward, I was about to wave the waiter away when he approached with the dessert menu — as I usually do — but something caught my eye. It was ...

You Saw It, March 26

By Staff


You Saw It, In Focus, March 26

By Staff

Take a whiff, Hellergy season is upon us

By Steve Beauregard

It’s spring! A time when a young man’s thoughts turn to love, and a middle-age man’s thoughts turn to Benadryl. Or Claritin, or Zyrtec, or any one of the number of pills that provide “allergy relief” in the same ...


Colorado’s parks need some TLC

By Gary Harmon

Colorado National Monument could use nearly $14 million to complete needed maintenance, most of it — nearly $8 million — in work on Rim Rock Drive. The monument also needs about $2.3 million worth of work on the trails that ...

Plane hit by de-icing truck at DIA

By The AP

DENVER — No injuries are reported after a Delta Airlines plane was hit by a de-icing truck Wednesday morning at Denver International Airport. Airport spokesman Heath Montgomery says Delta Flight 1780 was bound from Denver to ...

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