Blood donation is lifesaving

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Offered by: Melissa Rippy – Rippy Insurance Agency /Allstate Did you know that one pint of blood can save up to three lives? There is a blood shortage in our country that is the worst it’s been in more than 10 years. When my dad was diagnosed with Acute Myleoid Leukemia in September of 2017,… Read more »

Trinity Orthodontics Develops a system for Orthodontics – FAST!

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Offered by: Trinity Orthodontics Before the Covid pandemic arrived in 2020, local orthodontist Dr. Bryan Nelson realized the need to simplify the orthodontic treatment process. He wanted make the process more efficient so families and individuals would spend less time (and money) going to and from the orthodontics office. He developed the proprietary F.A.S.T. system… Read more »

Watch for changes when filing taxes

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Offered by: Tim Roberts – Edward Jones As you prepare your tax returns before the April 18 filing deadline, you’ll want to be up to date on changes that could affect you. Here are some issues to discuss with your tax professional: COVID-19-related distributions and recontributions – If you took a coronavirus-related distribution (withdrawal) from… Read more »

Learning From the Tragedy of Others: A Wake-Up Call

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Offered by: Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty As a homeowner, you have homeowner’s insurance, and so you assume that you’re covered in the event something like the Marshall Fire happens and destroys everything. But are you? The stark reality that many homeowners are facing in the wake of that devastating fire is that they are under-insured,… Read more »

Retiring After 65

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Offered by: Jennifer Bell – Bell Benefits, LLC So many people are working until their full retirement age to maximize their monthly Social Security income check. When this happens, generally enrolling in Medicare is delayed because of coverage from an Employee Group Health Plan (EGHP). If you have an EGHP that provides credible coverage for… Read more »

Is Your Child Struggling in School?

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Offered by: Heidi Anderson, Zing Specialist at Brighton Clinic of Chiropractic Having a child that struggles with reading, comprehension, or sitting still at school is hard stuff. Each day can bring new challenges with either the lesson material or because learning while sitting is just not your child’s thing. As a mom of a child… Read more »

Spring Into Action

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Offered by: Susan Kline – The Brighton Buzz Waking up to below zero temperatures and more inches of snow hardly seems like Spring is in the air! However, the chirping birds outside my window let me know it may be just around the corner! The momentum for this favorite season is definitely building as we’re… Read more »

Inflation, Interest Rates and Monthly Mortgage Payments

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Offered by: Scott and Lora Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServicesInnovative Real Estate National average 30-year fixed rate mortgage interest rates have been at or near record lows for a decade. They should stay low forever, right? Economists predict that rapid inflation is among the reasons the Federal Reserve will start raising overnight borrowing rates to banks,… Read more »

City of Brighton launches website redesign

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Offered by: City of Brighton Communications To kick off the new year, the City of Brighton recently launched a website redesign that is easier to navigate, more efficient and visually-engaging for the public to use. The new www.brightonco.gov website features a modern look and user-centered layout focused on connecting city services and resources for community… Read more »

Nobody Loves Tinnitus

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS – Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is generally defined as a sound that is perceived by an individual that does not come from a source outside of the body. Millions of people experience tinnitus. The cause for each individual varies. Tinnitus is… Read more »