Next Tuesday is Valentine’s Day. Don’t forget.
Happy Groundhog’s Day! Hey, who cares what happened in Pennsylvania, did our local groundhogs (i.e. whistle pigs and/or ground squirrels) see their shadows this morning? Oh, who cares. We all know we’ve got at least six more weeks of winter. Put on your mittens and suck it up.
While the recent snowfall was a welcome addition to the high country, it sure made driving a mess. That said, this has been one of the strangest winters we’ve had in a long while.
If you noticed last week’s ad from local dentist Cliff Chapin that he is not, in fact, retiring; and a number of Facebook posts letting folks know Meeker Drugs has no intention of closing its doors; combined with a rumor or two that a couple of local restaurants are closing down, you might feel panicky […]
Members of the Southern Ute tribe performed a snow dance last week near Vail in hopes of upping the snowpack numbers for the year, which has been unseasonably dry across the western half of the state.
We hope everyone enjoyed a fun, festive and safe New Year’s holiday, whether you attended the dance to support Range Call or sat at home and watched the ball drop on TV.
Happy New Year! Here at the Herald Times we hope you all had a peaceful and pleasant Christmas celebration and are ready to leap into 2012 filled with hope and a sense of optimism. Maybe if we all ignore the whole idea of new year’s resolutions we’ll be able to accomplish that!
Today is the official first day of winter, the December solstice.
Happy Hanukkah! The Jewish “festival of lights” begins at sunset on Tuesday and lasts for eight days.
We fell into the deep freeze this week, with temperatures dropping below zero several nights in a row. Maybe now we can have some snow? At least enough to disguise the fact there are still unraked leaves in the yard.
Santa Claus is coming to town! Do you have your Christmas list ready?