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Dog’s Eye View: Traveling during hot summer days
Dog’s Eye View: Traveling during hot summer days

May 17, 2019

With summer here and days heating up, please remember to keep your dogs safe while traveling in your car. Yeah, yeah, yeah, you’ve heard it 100 times already.  Important information is worth repeating.   A...


Monday Medical: Dance for your health
Monday Medical: Dance for your health

May 13, 2019

Do you want improved flexibility, core strength and balance? Then crank up the music and dance. “There are so many great health benefits of dance,” said Jodi Bringuel, a dancer, physical therapist and certified lymphedema...


Talking Green: Your cooperative, your vote, our future
Talking Green: Your cooperative, your vote, our future

May 12, 2019

By the 1930s, major cities and towns throughout the U.S. had electricity, but nine out of 10 rural farms were without power. With federal support, residents of rural communities came together to start member-owned rural...




Monday Medical: Self-care for moms
Monday Medical: Self-care for moms

May 6, 2019

Moms spend a lot of time taking care of others. Which makes it all the more important that they make time for themselves. But often, that’s easier said than done. Below, Dr. Rosanne Iversen, a...





Dog’s Eye View: We give them the world
Dog’s Eye View: We give them the world

May 3, 2019

I often get asked to help families with dogs that seem to have taken their role as the faithful companion for granted. Imagine the happy dog that lives in a palace, eats from a buffet,...





Scott Tipton: Celebrating National Park Week
Scott Tipton: Celebrating National Park Week

April 23, 2019

From April 20 to 28, we celebrate National Park Week, a time to share our appreciation of the 418 national parks sites spanning across the U.S. During this week, the National Parks Service will be highlighting...


DOG’S EYE VIEW: The same breed but not the same dog
DOG’S EYE VIEW: The same breed but not the same dog

April 19, 2019

In my last article, I wrote about a young couple that purchased a Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy. They had several pet cats, and the adolescent puppy was chasing and corning them, making life miserable for everyone....


Tales from the Tread: Living off the land in Routt County
Tales from the Tread: Living off the land in Routt County

April 16, 2019

On March 29, the Tread of Pioneers Museum partnered with the Community Agriculture Alliance for Agriculture Appreciation Week to feature tasty dishes and fascinating speakers for the museum’s “Taste of History” food series. The series,...


City Council FYI: Routt County open spaces
City Council FYI: Routt County open spaces

April 15, 2019

What makes the gateway to our community special? We probably all have our own answer. To me, the most precious aspect of our gateway is the open space and agricultural land we see from Routt...



Monday Medical: Blue light and eye health
Monday Medical: Blue light and eye health

April 15, 2019

Worried about the effects of blue light on your eyes? You don’t have to be. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, blue light from electronic screens does not cause blindness. “There’s been hype about...