Last week this column featured Louise Irvine’s recipe for “Old-style Apple Butter.” The recipe came from a cookbook called “Putting Food By,” given to Louise by her mother-in-law a long time ago. The pages Louise gave me had some other tips for making fruit butters that I thought readers might find useful.
Love INC stands for Love In the Name of Christ. Love INC of the Yampa Valley is one of two Colorado affiliates of the non-profit group. As a matter of fact, it has affiliates as far away as Kenya, Africa.
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention says that walking is an important and easy way to boost your health.
When it comes to weight loss, there's no lack of fad diets promising fast results.
A delicious recipe for Caprese skewers with tomatoes and mozzarella.
Are “bad knees” keeping you from doing the things you love to do? Maybe in the past you were an avid hiker and today you are lucky to make it around the neighborhood. If so, it may be time to consider knee surgery.
It’s a cool summer evening, the air is fresh and we can see for miles. Banking up in the western sky is a beautiful sunset primed to shout with color as the sun moves behind the backlit clouds.
This week marked five years since President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act into law, making this an opportune time to look back at the impact this misguided legislation has had on the financial services industry, especially on how it has impacted community banks and credit unions in Colorado.
Reader of the Week for Hayden Public Library’s Summer Reading program is vivacious and lovely 5-year-old Hadassah Faith Ward. Hadassah “Dassa” Ward has been coming to the library since she was a baby, along with her sister Ariana, 8, and Will, 7, who both have been “Readers of the Week” in the past.
School board makes long-term commitment to one-room schoolhouse
Despite a June 25 board decision to suspend Maybell School for another year, a wellspring of new momentum from Maybell parents and community members landed the question of the school’s future back in front of Moffat County School District Board of Education members Thursday evening.
Moffat County's District Attorney finds deadly force was justified in the death of James Damon on March 9 near Dinosaur in Northwest Colorado.
In a recent column, John Horning, executive director of WildEarth of Guardians, made allegations about the finances of Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association – an energy cooperative the Guardians have become intimately associated with through a federal lawsuit.
On The Record for July 23.
Northwest Colorado residents, legislators discuss future allocation
The debate is heating up as the first-ever Colorado Water Plan moves through a second-draft phase before it goes to the governor’s desk this December. Both legislators and members from the Colorado Water Conservation Board appointed by Gov. John Hickenlooper visited Craig Wednesday to present information on the plan and listen to public input.
If you were worried that the Donald’s inevitable implosion wouldn’t be wildly spectacular, you can put your mind at ease. Give the guy some credit.
In August of 2002, I took a daily walk in the early morning air of Aspen at the same time three boys rode their bicycles to school. Every day, I watched the two older boys swoop up a lengthy, steep incline to a highway overpass that led to the school. The younger boy, probably a brother to one of the other two, pumped with all his might as he approached the incline, stalled when he hit it, and had to push his bike to the top of the grade. The older boys rode on without a backward glance.
Storms that moved through the area Wednesday generated 780 lightning strikes on the Northwest Fire Management Unit, which covers Grand, Jackson, Routt, Moffat and Rio Blanco counties.
Philip Wolf thinks it's unfortunate so many people only associate cannabis with fast food and "the munchies."
A 32-year-old Steamboat Springs woman was cited with careless driving after a crash Monday morning near mile marker 13 on Routt County Road 179. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the woman was driving a truck towing a trailer containing four horses. Trooper Matt Normandin said the woman reached down to get her coffee and drove over a steep drop-off.
I would like to request that all of our businesses to lower our flag in respect for our Marines that lost their lives last week in a senseless act of violence.