Local veterans honored with peace medals

October 31, 2017 0

Sgt. Chris Hayden and Lt. Col. Robert O’Rourke, through their unselfish dedication, have changed the lives of many of their fellow veterans, inspiring them with new hope and courage. In October, the two men were awarded Peace and Humanitarian Medals honoring their outstanding service to veterans by the Western Colorado [ . . . ]

Beating cancer with attitude

October 4, 2017 0

Shirley Schultz and Kathleen Messinger have never met yet march to the same drum. They both feel that the best way to beat cancer is with a lot of attitude— positive attitude, that is. These breast cancer survivors are too busy living life to the fullest to waste time or [ . . . ]

The Voice of the San Juans: Altrusa raises money for a song

August 31, 2017 0

The television show “The Voice” has had great success on NBC, earning three Emmy awards in its 12 seasons and boasting number-one ratings. Viewers tune in again and again to watch hopeful singers work to achieve their dream of doing what they love professionally by attracting the attention of celebrity [ . . . ]

Gray Gourmet in a pickle: County can’t stomach meal service

August 28, 2017 1

Mesa County’s elderly population depends on Gray Gourmet, a program that has prepared and delivered nutritious meals to seniors for decades. Talk to anyone involved and all you’ll find is enthusiasm for the service. Unfortunately, the program is in danger of being kicked out of the building that was built [ . . . ]

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