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

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Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Foundation hosted a Pink Day Tea Thursday to honor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Like many people, you may spend decades putting money into your IRA and your 401(k) or similar employer-sponsored retirement plan. But eventually you will want to take this money out – if you must start withdrawing some of it. How can you make the best use of these funds?

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Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Ear, Nose and Throat, including audiology, and the HRRMC Allergy Clinic will start seeing patients Monday on the third floor in the HRRMC Outpatient Pavilion, 1000 Rush Drive.

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U.S. stocks rose Tuesday as investors processed corporate earnings reports.

Bank stocks were higher, led by strong results from JPMorgan Chase.

Shares of health care companies Johnson & Johnson and UnitedHealth Group were also lifted by quarterly earnings results.

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Arapahoe Basin became the first ski area in Colorado to open for the season Friday. The ski area was open from 3:30-5:30 p.m., beating Keystone to the punch by a day.

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Salida Pregnancy Resource Center received $17,950 from Colorado Knights of Columbus Charities Fund Thursday to purchase a new ultrasound machine.

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

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The Member Advisory Council at Solvista Health recently received the Golden Light Bulb Award for innovative work in the behavioral health field. Solvita CEO Brian Turner accepted the Colorado Behaviorial Healthcare Council award at the organization’s conference in Breckenridge.

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U.S. equities ended lower for the day, led by the financials sector.

In economic news, the producer-price index unexpectedly declined in September.

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U.S. stocks rebounded today following a two-day sell-off over global growth concerns. The rebound came despite weaker-than-expected service-sector data for September.

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Teller & Chaffee County Waste to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Dr. Kathryn Arrambide has joined physician assistant Carol Johnson in the Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center oncology/hematology practice in the specialty clinic at the hospital, 1000 Rush Drive.

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Baymont Inn & Suites Salida, 7400 W. U.S. 50, to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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The Central Mountain Small Business Development Center, directed by Jamie Billesbach, recently opened in the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District building, 339 E. U.S. 50.

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It’s a fairly predictable pattern: When the stock market rises, more people invest, but after a large-scale drop, many of these same people head for the exits.

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U.S. equities were down Tuesday due to concerns about slowing domestic and global growth. 

All sectors ended lower, with financials and industrials performing the worst. 

In economic news, the U.S. Institute for Supply Management manufacturing report contracted and fell to a 10-year low. 

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JD Longwell is practicing what he preaches. Following a long career in international banking and trade financing, he switched his focus in 2015 to a new business, Point of Connection LLC, offering mediation and Integral Coaching to help others do the same.

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

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Disasters strike quickly and usually with minimal warning. There are natural disasters such as forest fires, flooding, etc. Other disasters include personal issues such as illness, disability or loss of employment.

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The building on U.S. 50 with a trout painted on its side, between Ace Hardware and Patio Pancake Place, has been abandoned for years. On the outside, the paint is chipping, weeds are growing tall and trash is scattered around. 

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Buena Vista – A nonprofit health care provider focusing on family and dental medicine is moving into the building on U.S. 24 that was formerly home to the Trailhead.

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U.S. stocks fell Friday amid renewed concern over the outlook for a possible U.S.-China trade deal. 

The consumer discretionary, information technology and industrials sectors were hit the hardest, while health care and utilities sectors held up better. 

Economic news was light. 

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Troyer’s Coating Systems to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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U.S. stocks ended mixed Thursday as investors continued to digest the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut interest rates.

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Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center will expand its outpatient psychiatric services with the addition of Ronie Schafer, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, who started offering telepsychiatry services for HRRMC patients on Wednesday.

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In partnership with Monarch Mountain, Elevation Beer Co. of Poncha Springs is releasing Rad Red Ale Friday in celebration of the ski area’s 80th anniversary.

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The Salida Hospital District board met Tuesday in Buena Vista, where Tom Eve gave the directors a timeline for the Buena Vista Health Center addition.

Eve said Colarelli Construction of Colorado Springs, the same contractor that built the Outpatient Pavilion at Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center, had the low bid for the job. The firm is in the process of hiring subcontractors, and the work should begin in a few weeks.

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U.S. stocks closed mostly higher Tuesday ahead of today’s widely expected Federal Reserve rate cut. 

Interest-rate-sensitive sectors performed well, while energy and industrials sectors lagged. 

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

  • 0

Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Foundation hosted a Pink Day Tea Thursday to honor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  • 0

Like many people, you may spend decades putting money into your IRA and your 401(k) or similar employer-sponsored retirement plan. But eventually you will want to take this money out – if you must start withdrawing some of it. How can you make the best use of these funds?

  • 0

Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Ear, Nose and Throat, including audiology, and the HRRMC Allergy Clinic will start seeing patients Monday on the third floor in the HRRMC Outpatient Pavilion, 1000 Rush Drive.

  • 0

U.S. stocks rose Tuesday as investors processed corporate earnings reports.

Bank stocks were higher, led by strong results from JPMorgan Chase.

Shares of health care companies Johnson & Johnson and UnitedHealth Group were also lifted by quarterly earnings results.

  • 0

Arapahoe Basin became the first ski area in Colorado to open for the season Friday. The ski area was open from 3:30-5:30 p.m., beating Keystone to the punch by a day.

  • 0

Salida Pregnancy Resource Center received $17,950 from Colorado Knights of Columbus Charities Fund Thursday to purchase a new ultrasound machine.

  • 0

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

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The Member Advisory Council at Solvista Health recently received the Golden Light Bulb Award for innovative work in the behavioral health field. Solvita CEO Brian Turner accepted the Colorado Behaviorial Healthcare Council award at the organization’s conference in Breckenridge.

  • 0

U.S. equities ended lower for the day, led by the financials sector.

In economic news, the producer-price index unexpectedly declined in September.

  • 0

U.S. stocks rebounded today following a two-day sell-off over global growth concerns. The rebound came despite weaker-than-expected service-sector data for September.

  • 0

Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Teller & Chaffee County Waste to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

  • 0

Dr. Kathryn Arrambide has joined physician assistant Carol Johnson in the Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center oncology/hematology practice in the specialty clinic at the hospital, 1000 Rush Drive.

  • 0

Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Baymont Inn & Suites Salida, 7400 W. U.S. 50, to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

  • 0

The Central Mountain Small Business Development Center, directed by Jamie Billesbach, recently opened in the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District building, 339 E. U.S. 50.

  • 0

It’s a fairly predictable pattern: When the stock market rises, more people invest, but after a large-scale drop, many of these same people head for the exits.

  • 0

U.S. equities were down Tuesday due to concerns about slowing domestic and global growth. 

All sectors ended lower, with financials and industrials performing the worst. 

In economic news, the U.S. Institute for Supply Management manufacturing report contracted and fell to a 10-year low. 

  • 0

JD Longwell is practicing what he preaches. Following a long career in international banking and trade financing, he switched his focus in 2015 to a new business, Point of Connection LLC, offering mediation and Integral Coaching to help others do the same.

  • 0

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

  • 0

Disasters strike quickly and usually with minimal warning. There are natural disasters such as forest fires, flooding, etc. Other disasters include personal issues such as illness, disability or loss of employment.

featured
  • 0

The building on U.S. 50 with a trout painted on its side, between Ace Hardware and Patio Pancake Place, has been abandoned for years. On the outside, the paint is chipping, weeds are growing tall and trash is scattered around. 

  • 0

Buena Vista – A nonprofit health care provider focusing on family and dental medicine is moving into the building on U.S. 24 that was formerly home to the Trailhead.

  • 0

U.S. stocks fell Friday amid renewed concern over the outlook for a possible U.S.-China trade deal. 

The consumer discretionary, information technology and industrials sectors were hit the hardest, while health care and utilities sectors held up better. 

Economic news was light. 

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Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Troyer’s Coating Systems to its membership with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

  • 0

U.S. stocks ended mixed Thursday as investors continued to digest the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut interest rates.

  • 0

Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center will expand its outpatient psychiatric services with the addition of Ronie Schafer, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, who started offering telepsychiatry services for HRRMC patients on Wednesday.

  • 0

In partnership with Monarch Mountain, Elevation Beer Co. of Poncha Springs is releasing Rad Red Ale Friday in celebration of the ski area’s 80th anniversary.

  • 0

The Salida Hospital District board met Tuesday in Buena Vista, where Tom Eve gave the directors a timeline for the Buena Vista Health Center addition.

Eve said Colarelli Construction of Colorado Springs, the same contractor that built the Outpatient Pavilion at Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center, had the low bid for the job. The firm is in the process of hiring subcontractors, and the work should begin in a few weeks.

  • 0

U.S. stocks closed mostly higher Tuesday ahead of today’s widely expected Federal Reserve rate cut. 

Interest-rate-sensitive sectors performed well, while energy and industrials sectors lagged.