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.
The U.S. Forest Service is hosting a free fishing fest for kids on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District of the Roosevelt National Forest. In concurrence with Colorado Free Fishing Day, this free event is open […]
By Creed Kidd Library Director Closing the library’s summer reading program Aug. 6, we have a real treat lined up: storyteller Indiana Bones, “Keeper of Legends” (aka Mike McCartney, an Emmy Award winning writer, producer […]