Change Can Be A Good Thing

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Offered by: Jennifer Bell – Bell Benefits, LLC You may have heard that the Medicare Supplement Plan F is no longer available. There is some truth to that but let me clarify. Folks who became eligible for Medicare on or after January 1, 2020 cannot get the Plan F. Those who were on Medicare prior… Read more »

More About Dr. Anderson

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Offered by: Brighton Clinic of Chiropractic My unique background in western medicine and holistic healthcare combined with gentle Chiropractic instrument adjusting allows me to help numerous people suffering from various conditions from head to toe. I have a passion for teaching and helping my patients expand their knowledge and understanding about their body and health,… Read more »

Is 2021 the Year to Buy or Sell a Home?

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Offered by: Scott and Lora Nordby – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices As we closed out 2020 in the Real Estate market, we saw that despite being a very difficult year for many, home sale prices and home sales ended with record highs again. We saw many families and individuals look to suburban areas and areas further… Read more »

Some Thoughts on Hearing Loss

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS – Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center Hearing loss can occur at any time, at any age. Some people are born with it. Others lose their hearing from disease, illness, trauma, or noise exposure. For some, the stigma of hearing loss is enough for them to deny they have… Read more »

United Power Accepting 2021 Scholarship Applications

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Offered by: United Power Brighton, Colo. — United Power is now accepting scholarship applications for its 2021 awards. This year, the cooperative will award more than $20,000 in scholarships to outstanding students in its service territory. The United Power Scholarship Committee will select eighteen high school seniors based on a combination of grades, test scores,… Read more »

Will we ever be able to travel again?

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Offered by: Karen Mealy – Cruise Planners It’s been almost a year since COVID-19 brought the travel industry to its knees. Like many other small businesses, we’ve all been in survival mode with many not able to continue. Some, like us, are still hanging on even though the calls and emails we receive are mostly… Read more »

The Trinity Difference

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Offered by: Trinity Orthondontics Trinity Orthodontics provides cutting-edge, orthodontic treatment from the #1 Invisalign doctor in Colorado. Dr. Bryan Nelson has over 30 years’ experience and is a renowned leader in modern orthodontics. What is Modern Orthodontics?Modern orthodontics uses high tech digital imaging to plan precise treatment by creating custom plastic aligners or wires to… Read more »

Mental Health During a Pandemic

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Offered by: Mackenzie Reshew, CPNP~ Brighton Pediatrics, P.C. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes for everyone, including kids and teens. Stay at home orders, quarantine, wearing a mask, online schooling, limitations or cancellation of sports and social events and a new illness that is likely affecting people you know or love. Each of these… Read more »

Time to Address the Quarantine 15

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Offered by: Joseph M Smith, MD Weight gain in children has been a concern during the current pandemic. Many have experienced the “Quarantine 15” with an increase of 15 or more pounds often noted over a short amount of time. Contributing factors include remote learning, stress eating, and loss of opportunity to be physically active… Read more »

Helpful Handyman Hints

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Offered by: Roome Paget, Gray Guy Handyman Service I admit to being old and somewhat set in my ways. The “old” has given me respect for doing things right. Never mind right the first time, if it’s right there is no second time. It is easy to overlook “micro changes” in our everyday environment. But,… Read more »