Whoever said you can't trust a skinny cook has never met Miletta Knob. Despite the legions of pies, cakes, loaves of bread and German specialties she's cooked over the years, she has stayed trim and fit.
The three Archuleta brothers — Will, Ellis and Bennett — all think alike when it comes to choosing musical instruments: percussion!
Will, who is a second-semester sophomore at University of North Texas, auditioned to be accepted into his school's piano program when he was a fifth grader in Austin, Texas.
Rhonda Duclo, manager of Hotchkiss Public Library and assistant library district director, is retiring this week. On Jan. 15, she ends a 30-year career of serving and delighting her library patrons in Hotchkiss Public Library.
There was a time when cheerleaders were as much a part of Friday night high school sports as the team. They would cheer no matter the weather or distance traveled, yelling in support of their school.
An energetic and active retired lady who lives in Coalby Canyon has taken Christmas decorating to a whole new level.
Patty Gardner has turned every room of her house, every nook and cranny, into an expression of decades of family Christmas memories and holiday decorations, and she shares all the great feelings from her decorating exuberance with her friends, neighbors and guests.