I lived up Divide Creek south of Silt for seven years starting in 1985. I had a beautiful farm and some great friends living next door, but not much water.
Was there a problem with health care in this country, one that brought about what is referred to as “Obamacare”? There was, was there not, and is it not the number of uninsured or underinsured?
This holiday season I want to urge my Western Slope neighbors to consider saying “yes” to organ, eye and tissue donation. When my husband and I were blessed with our daughter Lella in 2008, we hadn’t spent much time thinking about the fact that there are more than 120,000 people nationwide waiting for lifesaving organ transplants.
Why are community organizations, local government and education leaders, health care providers and business leaders asking and perhaps even pressuring Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) to make high speed Internet service available to all of their member-owners?
The answer is extremely simple.
I would like to add to reporter Hank Lohmeyer’s story in the Nov. 26 DCI about the DMEA meeting on faster Internet service.
Sheriff Fred McKee stated that the area’s law enforcement departments need faster Internet to keep us safe.
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