We mourn the loss in November of a dear friend and family member, Wheezy Kent. Wheezy was born, raised and passed on in Red Feather Lakes. She spent 11 1/2 years doing pretty much what black labs and bloodhounds do — we called it “being the Wheez.” Patient, intelligent and ever watchful, Wheez had a sensitive nose for things and many other qualities that will be terribly missed. She was a good girl. Survived by her best friend Jason, Grandma Cheryl, Uncle Mike and fellow family members Toona and Mario.
January is national Radon Action Month. Radon is a naturally occurring, odorless, invisible, tasteless gas that is dispersed in outdoor air, but which can reach harmful levels when trapped in buildings. Radon comes from the […]
If you’ve been by the Red Feather Lakes Community Library recently you’ve noticed continuing progress on our landscaping project, that, when finished, will provide outdoor seating for all and educational play areas for children, a […]