Although COVID-19 restrictions are relaxing as vaccination rates increase, the Montrose Recreation District has not relaxed its vigilance in methods to increase safety. At the Montrose Community Recreation Center, the district recently installed large-scale, industrial ionizing fans. “They basically put out electrically charged ions that attack different pathogens, include viruses […]

Montrose City Councilor Roy Anderson will step down from the city council, effective April 7, in his resignation letter, citing a serious medical situation concerning his wife. After speaking with doctors and over the winter months, it became clear to Anderson that for his wife’s benefit, they would need to […]

Saturday marks a rather bittersweet anniversary. On March 13, 2020, I walked out of a local store. I haven’t been inside any building other than my house since then. This has been the Year of COVID, and as an “at risk” individual, I’ve followed the advice of my doctor and […]

MEADVILLE, Pa., Feb. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “Story for My Sunshine“: a stirring journal designed to encourage the readers, especially the parents, to pass on their stories to their sons and daughters so their kids can learn the important lessons that will help them grow holistically. “Story for My Sunshine” […]

MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) February 03, 2021 “Story for My Sunshine”: a stirring journal designed to encourage the readers, especially the parents, to pass on their stories to their sons and daughters so their kids can learn the important lessons that will help them grow holistically. “Story for My Sunshine” […]

Long-distance couples are used to making the best out of a less-than-ideal situation — but the COVID-19 pandemic is a whole other beast. Since March 2020, millions of couples across the globe have been further separated by coronavirus-related travel restrictions. By and large, partners who aren’t married have been barred […]

Teaching may be a second career for Johnson Elementary School Principal Cheryl Gomez, but education is her first passion. As she pursued a degree in biology at Colorado State University-Pueblo, Gomez started her career in the business realm, where she wrote training manuals for companies and trained colleagues. She continued […]

For many children, the routine of bath, book, bed is one they’re very familiar with – even if they do protest that they’re not quite ready to go to sleep. The middle element of this routine – storytime – is a crucial one as it gives kids time to settle […]

William Perry Pendley was serving illegally as the Bureau of Land Management’s acting director when the agency’s updated resource management plan for the Montrose area was approved, thus, the plan should be voided, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office contends in a lawsuit. The suit, filed Friday, also alleges the plan’s […]

Fountain Valley prides itself on being “a nice place to live,” but the coronavirus pandemic had a way of making times tough on residents and businesses alike. Still, the community found ways to sprinkle in bits of normalcy like movies in the park and a Halloween parade, as well as […]

In a year when most decisions have been shaped in one form or another by the coronavirus pandemic, Laguna Beach felt the impact in multiple ways. Beach and school closures, cancellations and modifications of arts programs and annual festivals and changes to restaurant dining are just some of the issues […]

List includes everything from the desert obelisk to this summer’s protests to the pandemic. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Brandon McCormick was beat up by protesters after allegedly brandishing a bow and arrow, after driving his car into the crowd, Saturday, May 30, 2020.   | Dec. 30, 2020, […]

It’s fair to say 2020 will not be remembered fondly. The coronavirus pandemic dominated tech – like all else – with many of us spending more time than ever in front of screens. “You’re on mute,” became a catchphrase, and during lockdowns people even began dating via video chat – […]

It’s been a year. A decade? Maybe even an entire millennium. What we’re trying to say is, 2020 has been a slog—but that didn’t stop the creativity of marketers, despite ever-shrinking staffs and budgets.  The year began with boundary-breaking work from Burger King and a Super Bowl that gave us […]

In a year like no other, the South Florida economy experienced unprecedented upheaval. In Miami-Dade, more than 451,000 workers — about two out of every seven members of the county’s pre-pandemic workforce — applied for unemployment; in Broward, more than 311,000. Many of them worked in the tourism and hospitality […]