As parts of the country begin opening, travelers are looking forward to getting back on the road and in the skies. According to the most recent Longwoods International study of American travelers, half (52%) of […]
“Sorry, wrong number” is not a message one hears often these days, unless a local directory has listed someone’s else’s phone number in its place. While some of us still keep a landline, there are […]
[responsivevoice voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Listen to this”] Many years ago, I was complaining to a colleague that a project was taking more time to complete than I expected. He just laughed and said, “Kaye, it […]
MEEKER I The nation has celebrated travel and tourism as an economic engine during the first week of May since 1983. Typically the industry gathers to rally, introduces new products, awards front-line workers for the […]
MEEKER I Here we go, one more thing that will be far from normal, Mother’s Day. While we are social distancing and restaurants are closed, the traditional ways of honoring our mothers are also left […]
RBC | A famous 1970s TV commercial warned, “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature.” In fact, it’s worse than “not nice” — it’s dangerous. Coloradans will make a momentous decision on this year’s ballot, […]
MEEKER | More than 100 years ago, members of this community had their own version of staying-in-place. It was called homesteading and eventually ranching. Stories passed down from the families that settled here always include […]
MEEKER | Many employees may suddenly find they are expected to work from home and based on more than 30 years of doing this, I offer some tips.