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Taste of Nations Food Festival coming Oct. 11

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Come and join local Sons of Norway members on Sunday, Oct. 11, from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Church of the Eternal Hills Fellowship Hall, Tabernash, for a free community-wide international cooking and tasting event.For eight years it has been a tradition for folks from the entire Valley to participate in a fun get-together for baking lefse and sampling Scandinavian foods. But we want to celebrate and share the cultures and heritages of all residents of Grand County. So everyone is invited to come and enjoy the experience of preparing, cooking, explaining, sharing and tasting their favorites and the …

The Grand Chorale goes co-ed on Oct. 10

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For its first 26 years the Grand Chorale has been strictly a men’s singing group. The international parent organization, the Barbershop Harmony Society, has a full 77 year history of the same exclusiveness.All of that is changing now and our local chapter is in the lead for the Rocky Mountain District. The Grand Chorale’s call for singers from the fair sex has so far enlisted two brave and talented ladies, Janet Harrington and Rosie Hollrah, both experienced singers with other groups. We’re thrilled to have them.Oct. 10 will find the newly cleaned up Chorale presenting a program at the Church …

Brower: Businesses should plan their work, then work their plan

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I have to give credit to Jerry Nissen of Channel 18 television for reminding me of this great business catch phrase.Plan your work. Then work your plan.In the course of meeting with more than 200 clients through my work with the Grand Enterprise Initiative here in Grand County, business plans and their importance is a constant topic.Why should people have a business plan if they are considering a new business? Or why should people have a business plan if they are considering expanding or amending their current business?There are simple and hard-to-avoid reasons for having a business plan in hand …

Dana Luethy Memorial Service set for Oct. 10 in Fraser

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Dana Edward Luethy, 52, of Tabernash passed away peacefully at home on Sept. 5, 2015.He was born Dec. 25, 1962 in Denver, to Philip and Patricia (Miller) Luethy. He was a graduate of Littleton High School and was married to Sherrie Kibler.Dana is survived by his Parents, Philip Luethy and Patricia (Mike) Donnelly; Two Sisters, Dee (Paul) Clingenpeel, Debbie (Darin) Rohlf, and many other family members.Dana is a former member of the Arapahoe Rescue Patrol and the Alpine Rescue Team. After moving to Fraser in 1983, Dana was instrumental in organizing Grand County Search and Rescue, serving as the team’s …

Obituary: Ronald P. Price

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Ronald P. Price, of Grand Lake, Colo., formerly of Mangum, Okla., passed away suddenly at his home on Sept. 28, 2015, at the age of 77 years.Ron was born Oct. 1, 1937, to John Wesley Price and Wanda Joy (Phillips) Price. He served in the military and was stationed in Germany where he met and married Ilse Muench, who preceded him in death on Oct. 17, 2011.A self-made businessman and a skilled craftsman in many fields, Ron was also a lover of the outdoors and enjoyed hunting quail in Greer County and fishing in Colorado and Oklahoma. He will be …

Riddell: Welcome to MAC Season

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No, this is not a sport’s reference to the Mountain Athletic Conference — this is a business column. MAC refers to the acute need of every small business to implement a structured program to counter the fat, dumb, and happy feeling that always follows a boom in business.MAC stands for Must Address Complacency, and there is no better time to get with this program than right now, the shoulder season for most of our area’s businesses.By most accounts, this past summer has been pretty strong for most Grand County businesses. With this heightened intensity, the sheer volume has forced many …

Fan Fiction Comes To Life In 'Carry On'

NPR Books - 32 min 14 sec ago

"Meta" isn't quite sufficient to describe Rainbow Rowell's latest, which brings a fictional Harry Potteresque series described in her previous novel Fangirl to warm, messy, beautiful life.

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Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 2015

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Grand County transactions Sept. 27 to Oct. 3Scanloch Subdivision Lot 13, Block 9 – Judi Kelly to Ryan Howell, $107,000Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 3, Unit 3202 – Warren and Judith Dickson to Polly Gaskill, $120,000Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4341 – Neil and Irene Jans to William Keckley, $423,000Winter Park Highlands Unit 5, Lot 11 – David and Kristen Brown, 2004 Kristen Joy Brown Winter Park Residential Trust, 2004 David Brown Winter Park Residential Trust to Michael and Emily Born, $46,900Acadia Condominiums Unit 3 – E Victor and Janet Derks to Julia Siess, $348,000Columbine Lake Addition Block 14, Lots 24,33 …

For Israeli-Born Chef, Hummus And 'Tehina' Are A Bridge To Home

NPR Books - 47 min 53 sec ago

Chef Michael Solomonov sees his mission as connecting people to the food of his homeland. "That, to me, is my life's work," he says. Solomonov's new cookbook is Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking.

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