When you’re strapped for time, whether you’re stuck in the office or making a last-minute dash to the airport, just about everything you need to do can be accomplished via your smartphone. There are plenty of handy apps out there to help entrepreneurs
It’s Taste Test Day in Kit Carson at the newly established business duly named Wildcat Corner located in the old Sage Brush Building (for us old-timers who use location of past owners as our own personal wayfinding) at 102 W. Highway 287.
Joe McCaleb is no stranger to many in Eads and surrounding areas as he worked at the Kiowa County Hospital District in the physical therapy department in Eads from 2010 to 2012. After getting more training and working in Colorado Springs for the past few years, McCaleb has started his own practice in Lamar called Da Vinci Physical Therapy.
This harvest season is upon us and with that brings the opening of the local Harris Pumpkin Patch. Located east of Highway 385 in Sheridan Lake, Colorado, this is the Harris families’ 4th season in operation.
Renewable Energy sources such as wind and solar are quickly becoming more and more common. Most people agree that there is a place for the renewable energy options in southeastern Colorado where the wind blows freely and there are more than 300 days of sunshine. In addition, this area has some of the highest electric bills in the entire state, and it just might be time to find ways to save money on our monthly power bills.
If you gaze from any south facing window on the top floor at Cobblestone Inn & Suites in Eads, you will witness breathtaking views of the prairie in which Cobblestone has become home to. Depending on the time of year and day, you may see the prairie flowers in bloom, wildlife and even the distant lights of the windfarm south of Lamar that is more than 50 miles in the distance.
Last week, Colorado US Senator Michael Bennet announced that state and local governments in Colorado will receive more than $5.7 billion in funding as municipalities work to rebuild and recover from the economic fallout of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The funding, which was established by the American Rescue Plan Act, will be sourced from the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds.
Many would-be entrepreneurs have been reluctant to move forward with starting their own businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Contrary to popular belief, this is actually an exceptional time to take the leap and launch your own venture.
Say it’s April and you’re looking at the your income tax form, and you can’t help but shake your head about how much of your income goes just to state taxes. You think about how those taxes are supposed to be spent to help make your life and your community better, but it seems like too much of that money gets spent elsewhere.
(Washington, D.C., January 22, 2019) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced that all Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices nationwide will soon reopen to provide additional administrative services to farmers and ranchers during the lapse in federal funding.