I've had quite a number of clients through the years who have made the statement that animals are smarter than humans. Well, what do they mean by "smart?” No, dogs probably can't conceive of how to build a car, though how would you really know, you can't discuss the matter with them... hmm.
How many of us begin Thanksgiving with a story about the pilgrims? Children love stories and they love being read to. Sharing the story of the first Thanksgiving is a great way to teach children the meaning of the holiday. Read a book together or watch a video that tells the story of the pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving. It is a great way for families to come together and begin to understand the meaning of this holiday.
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The best gift we can give our community this holiday season is to keep our dollars local.
America is a land of diverse people. We come in all shapes and sizes. We come in different colors, all speak differently, or wear different clothes. The thing that people tend to forget is we are all people! We all breath the same air, and have a heart that beats the same way!
Mr. Copeland is right on! I have not heard anyone state it better.
Finding health insurance can be confusing and complex, but you don’t have to tackle it alone. Free, in-person assistance is available to help you explore your options and find the right plan. The insurance marketplace, where many people will need to get or renew their health insurance for 2017, is not open long; you need to enroll by Dec. 15 to be covered at the beginning of the New Year.
Without the blood of Jesus, mankind has absolutely no standing with God. It is Christ’s blood that has been offered as a sacrifice for the sins of the world. Through faith in His blood, any person can enter into God’s presence without a sense of shame, guilt, or inferiority. Christ’s blood is redeeming in nature. Wherever sin has gone and brought damage and destruction, Christ’s blood has gone and brought redemption to life and righteousness.
This is a Thanksgiving story of sorts, a really incredible story about a six-month-old, whitish-gray-brown Simmental cross heifer calf. We don’t usually name calves, but as a baby this little calf loved to run, and as she’d run past me I was reminded of the wind. Thus, the name.
Our family is starting to make plans for Thanksgiving. Whenever I think about preparing a holiday dinner or even a meal for a big gathering to work cattle, I include a special fruit salad in the menu. It’s our grandson’s favorite salad, and even though it has another name, I call it “Jaycee’s Favorite Salad.” I’ve included it in a previous column, perhaps a year ago, but I can’t resist featuring it again.
Once again the holidays are upon us. If you haven't decided on holiday bonuses for your employees, may we suggest Spree Bucks?
Growing up in a rural area in the years following World War II, my friends and I quickly absorbed the behaviors deemed appropriate for boys and girls; behaviors we learned from picture books, movies, parents, peers and siblings.
When Donald Trump won the presidential election, many Hillary Clinton supporters expressed concerns — some more peacefully than others — about how he will handle the presidency after his “harsh” campaign, as it has been referred to.
I am extremely humbled to have been elected to serve as your County Commissioner. I would like to thank all those who helped and supported me over the last seven months. The process of campaigning gave me the opportunity to gain a much broader understanding of how deeply invested in this community so many people are.
I just want to express my deepest heartfelt thanks for giving me the opportunity to have the best job in the world for the last four years. Thank you so much for the honor of serving you! I hope that Moffat County and Northwest Colorado are in a better position for a bright, prosperous and vibrant future as a result of my efforts on your behalf.