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As tax season approaches, consider the potential costs of Alzheimer’s

By Jim Herlihy Alzheimer’s Association As tax day draws near and people are looking closely at their finances, the Alzheimer’s Association encourages families to proactively plan for the potential financial…

Increase in foodborne botulism cases prompts warning from health officials about home food safety

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has investigated several cases of confirmed and suspected foodborne botulism in the state since September. …

New Thought topic: ‘Re-boot and refresh your soul’

By Lisa Burnson New Thought Center for Inspirational Living “The beautiful spring came; and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” — Harriet Ann…

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month coming to an end, but the work continues

By John Finefrock and Cheryl Bowdridge Rise Above Violence Rise Above Violence February’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness month is coming to an end, but the work to prevent relationship violence…

Blood drive results in 52 units of blood

By Diane Levison Special to The PREVIEW Our Vitalant blood drive, originally scheduled for Jan. 26 had to be postponed due to the snowstorm and the Vitalant truck crew turning…

Vitalant and Colorado State Patrol team up for virtual blood drive

Colorado State Patrol Donations of blood often see a sharp decline in the winter months and the COVID-19 epidemic has complicated things further, canceling many blood donation events across our…

Foods that can positively affect mood

Special to The PREVIEW No one is immune to the occasional bad mood. Whether it’s the weather, waking up on the wrong side of the bed or another variable, various…

The benefits of making New Year’s resolutions

Special to The PREVIEW The end of December is a busy time of year. Families are shopping for gifts for loved ones and friends, holiday celebrations are in full swing…

On Edge: In the wake of furloughs, closings, suicides, a mountain town businessman searches for balance

On Edge: In the wake of furloughs, closings, suicides, a mountain town businessman searches for balance

By Tina Griego Colorado News Collaborative Dick Carleton came to Breckenridge from Virginia when he was 24. He had a business degree from Virginia Tech, a ‘69 Volkswagen bug, $100…

On Edge — Perpetual timeout: Making extreme sacrifices in a pandemic

On Edge — Perpetual timeout:  Making extreme sacrifices in a pandemic

By Emily Green Special to The SUN My days before COVID-19 were busy. I juggled work and having four boys in a blended family, plus a husband. I was genuinely…

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