The Cañon Current’s feature on animals up for adoption at the humane society. This week, we have Eli and Rudy!
They can be the tiny hands of a premature baby or the immense appendages of a professional football player. They are rough or smooth, callused or delicate. We use them to help others, play sports, create music and art, and give love. “Hands have so much value, so much personality. Think about it, the first [...]
The Fremont Retired School Employees Association recognized the winners for the FRSEA-Barbara Lamborn Scholarship at a May 10 luncheon at the Holy CrossAbbey. The scholarship committee evaluated 18 applications and two outstanding students from Fremont County were chosen to receive the $500 scholarships. Olivia Dickey was the selected winner from Florence High School. She attended [...]
It is not too late to be part of one of the most dynamic and progressive community colleges in Colorado. Pueblo Community College (PCC) Fremont Campus is currently registering students for Summer classes which begin Tuesday, May 28 and Fall classes which begin Monday, Aug. 26. Fremont Campus offers the latest technology and expert faculty. [...]
The Mane Tamer, 1118 Main St. in Cañon City, was recently remodeled, including new flooring and paint. In addition owners Fred and Sherry Merriam would like to welcome Sheila Newlon to the shop and welcome back Doni Porter. Mane Tamer is a full service salon that “provides all of your hair care needs” and includes [...]
The Winery at the Holy Cross Abbey recently received the Best Syrah distinction for its 2010 Syrah, Colorado during the Third Annual Governor’s Cup Wine Competition held April 27 and 28 in Denver. More than 220 wines from 32 local wineries were judged by a panel of restaurateurs, sommeliers, chefs, writers and other wine experts [...]
Having the only nationally accredited Medical Coding certificate program in Colorado is one thing. But now that Pueblo Community College has made it available entirely online, the program has become accessible to students throughout the state. PCC is now enrolling students in this summer’s pre-requisite classes that they need to become part of the Medical [...]
Two local students were among the more than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students who received degrees from the University of Northern Colorado during spring 2013 graduation ceremonies on May 10 and 11. Kyle Christensen received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science and Jessica Smith received a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling.