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Hail Yes, You May Have Roof Damage

By Kareen Kinzli Larsen, Realtor Kinzli Team at RE/MAX Alliance   As the ominous clouds built over Wellington and the surrounding areas on June 19, residents and their insurance companies braced themselves for the worst. […]

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August History & Heritage Events

  August 4 Berthoud: Stargazing in the Bunyan Observatory at Dusk. The Bunyan Observatory, located in the Courtyard of the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum, provides a unique opportunity for stargazing. Visitors to the observatory on the […]

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NATURE RAMBLINGS: Catch a falling star

Sally Roth sroth@northfortynews.com   As soon as I start to get excited about a celestial event—an eclipse, a meteor shower, the conjunction of planets—it’s practically guaranteed that the skies will cloud over just in time […]

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Publisher update: August 2018

Dear Readers, With my two small boys, whenever possible I take my family out camping to the High Park fire burn acreage I recently acquired where there’s always so much to see. Early July proved […]

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The Importance of Flea and Tick Prevention

Ashley Gagne Wellington Veterinary Hospital One of the first telltale signs of warmer weather at Wellington Veterinary Hospital is finding a flea or a tick on a patient.  This year is certainly no exception. Aside […]