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Most parents want to be able to provide their children with all or part of the means to obtain a college education.

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Henry Netherland joined The Mountain Mail as a reporter in early December and will cover Salida and Poncha Springs governments, business and arts and entertainment as his beats.

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The Colorado Pork Producers Council will elect delegate candidates for the 2021 National Pork Producers (Pork Act) Delegate Body at its annual meeting at 9 a.m. Feb. 24 at Morgan County Fairgrounds in Brush.

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The downtown Salida store called True Vintage Finds & Home Goods, 140 W. First St., offers customers handpicked antiques from 14 individual dealers.

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U.S. stocks ended higher Monday on investor optimism over the anticipated trade deal with China later this week.

Materials and technology led the broader market, while the health care and energy sectors lagged.

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U.S. stocks closed slightly lower Friday, led by the financial sector.

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If you’re fortunate, you’ll live independently and in good health throughout your retirement years. However, if you ever needed some type of long-term care, such as a stay in a nursing home, would you be financially prepared?

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Buena Vista – CenturyLink representatives will meet with Gunnison County commissioners in February to provide a status update and build a schedule for completing a fiberoptic connection between Buena Vista and the Western Slope running over Cottonwood Pass.

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Don’t miss the chance to take home some quality Colorado photography from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Buena Vista.

The Chaffee County ReStore, 27951 CR 319, supplies building supplies and household goods. The store accepts a variety of donated materials, from screws and bolts to plumbing and lumber to doors, windows and appliances.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Chaffee County announced Tuesday that it is purchasing the former Exer-Flex Health & Fitness Center at 709 Palmer St. and will move the Salida club to the new location March 1. 

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Chaffee County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to extend their current bans on both medical and retail marijuana facilities within the county, at least until they can compile and review recent survey results.

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U.S. equities finished lower Tuesday as geopolitical concerns continued to weigh on investors.

Manufacturing and trade reports showed signs that U.S. gross domestic product was on pace to rise more than 2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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U.S. equities ended slightly higher Monday as geopolitical concerns heated up while Iran mourned the death of a key military general.

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Chaffee County Community Foundation, in partnership with Peak Health Alliance, will share the results of a study of the drivers of health care costs for Chaffee County employers during an Employer Health Care Cost Forum from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Salida Rotary Scout Hut, 210 E. Sa…

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed McGovern Handyman & Construction to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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It’s easy to feel anxious about investing these days. Maybe we will have a recession, maybe we won’t, but be wary of predictions on how markets will behave.

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U.S. equities ended higher Tuesday, with the basic materials sector leading the broader market.

In economic news, President Donald Trump stated that he would sign the Phase 1 trade agreement with China in mid-January and travel to Beijing at a later date to discuss a broader trade deal.

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Ark-Valley Humane Society, 701 Gregg Drive in Buena Vista, will be closed to the public on Sundays starting in January.

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Good Business Colorado is encouraging all Chaffee County business owners to take and share a survey that will be used to communicate employer needs, concerns and policy preferences to state legislators.

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Good Business Colorado is encouraging all Chaffee County business owners to take and share a survey that will be used to communicate employer needs, concerns and policy preferences to state legislators.

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Colorado Summit Realty provides potential Salida home buyers another outlet to search for a new home.

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Arkansas Valley Clean Windows Inc. to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Salida Laundromat to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Owning water brings with it certain rights, as well as legal responsibilities.

In the early years of our state’s founding, the Colorado Water Doctrine supplanted the Riparian Doctrine, meaning that the right to access and use water for public benefit was not preconditioned on owning land adjoining a waterway.

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U.S. stocks closed higher Monday on positive trade signals between the U.S. and China.

Energy and industrial shares led the advance after China announced tariff cuts, a sign that progress is still being made toward a trade agreement.

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Good Business Colorado to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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A new business in downtown Salida offers visitors both a place to shop and to stay.

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You’ve probably heard or read about inflection points. The term has a specific definition in mathematics, but it’s also used widely to describe historical or technological events, such as the Industrial Revolution or the creation of the internet – events that changed human existence in some …