Ambitious plans for a revival of the patriotic spirit took a step towards reality on a balmy afternoon, March 19.
Members of the Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3571 and Ladies Auxiliary turned out for the first work day on their future new home and military museum.
One of Paonia's century-old churches is gaining attention lately, both from its congregation members, and from historical preservation entities that could help protect and restore the building for the next 100 years.
Thanks largely to the efforts of Paonia Christian Fellowship member Earlana "Lana" Sims, the church was placed on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties on Feb. 24.
When Jim Wetzel and Nancy Wood head home in the evening and pull into the driveway leading to their home, they experience something very special.
That's because the unique structure they live in on Redlands Mesa represents something more than the years of dreams and planning, and three years of work so far that has gone into it.
Rose Marie Prince loves antiques of all kinds, but there's a special place in her heart for vintage clothing — perhaps because of two very special dresses, her grandmother's wedding gown and the beaded dress in which her mother was married.
While those two gowns are the genesis of Rose Marie's vintage clothing collection, she has other authentic garments from days gone by as well as some reproductions.