Mobile Fraud

Mobile Fraud

November 22, 2019

The mobile revolution is transforming the way people transact business. It’s estimated that mobile transactions account for nearly 70% of all financial transactions. However, with that, there has been a commensurate increase in the amount of mobile fraud, costing businesses and consumers as much as $25 billion this year. Cybercriminals are keeping pace with the …

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Green Tip – Collecting Rain to Reuse Around the Home

Green Tip – Collecting Rain to Reuse Around the Home

November 22, 2019

What if you could water your outdoor plants for free? Depending on the average annual rainfall that takes place where you live, rainwater collecting for use around the home may be very beneficial. Let’s cover some of the benefits: Collecting rain is an alternative source of water and is a centuries-old practice Reduction in carbon footprint …

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Medicare Enrollment Tips

Medicare Enrollment Tips

November 22, 2019

No matter how much you plan for retirement, there are certain things that will always remain unknown –such as the types of health issues you may face later in life and the health care costs you will incur. While it is impossible to predict the future, there are things you can do to minimize the …

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Legacy Planning

Legacy Planning

November 22, 2019

            As much as we all hate to think about the fact that our time on earth has an expiration date, it is an unfortunate reality. While the idiom “you can’t take it with you” may be a tired one, it is nonetheless true. Since you can’t hang on to the material wealth that you …

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Financial News – Q & A with Melissa Knutson CFP ®

Financial News – Q & A with Melissa Knutson CFP ®

November 22, 2019

Melissa Knutson CFP ®Assistant Vice President, Wealth Management Q. Should I invest in real estate? A. Real estate prices have increased considerably over the past decade across the state. A rental property can be a great way to generate consistent income and long-term appreciation over time. However, real estate investing is not without risks—an aging …

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Alpine Bank Calendar Available December 1

Alpine Bank Calendar Available December 1

November 22, 2019

Okay, for you calendar devotees out there the suspense may be getting to you, but you can find relief soon!  Alpine Bank’s 2020 wall calendar will be available at all 40 branch locations on December 1. This new calendar takes advantage of remarkable drone photography which captures sweeping Colorado landscapes and vistas in or near …

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Feeding Families and Creating Community in Palisade

Feeding Families and Creating Community in Palisade

November 5, 2019

Santos Marquez and Cirilo Morales (l-r) have been working seasonally in Palisade orchards for several years and are regular guests at the Hospitality Center. In June, they were winners of a CMS bicycle raffle. Child and Migrant Services (CMS) in Palisade offers encouragement, support and basic needs assistance to migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their …

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Colorado Mountain College Dedicates the J.Robert Young Alpine Ascent Center

Colorado Mountain College Dedicates the J.Robert Young Alpine Ascent Center

November 5, 2019

Bob Young speaks during the dedication with Carrie Hauser, president of CMC, by his side. The Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Spring Valley campus sits on over 800 acres of land gifted to the college by local ranching families, more than 50 years ago.  Recently, a new building was dedicated at the campus: the Alpine Ascent Center, …

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Sleeping Out for Youth Homelessness, Literally.

Sleeping Out for Youth Homelessness, Literally.

November 5, 2019

Senior Vice President, Ben Van Hoose goes “camping” with KKCO and CMU’s Rowdy at Alpine Bank’s Night on the Street. One out of every four homeless people in Mesa County is under the age of 18. Currently, there are over 260 homeless youth on our local streets. In 2012, Karis Inc. was created to try …

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Partnership Creates Pickleball Courts in Carbondale

Partnership Creates Pickleball Courts in Carbondale

November 5, 2019

The Roaring Fork Pickelball Association, Town of Carbondale Mayor Dan Richardson, and Alpine Bank Carbondale’s Bentley Reist celebrate the ground breaking ceremony at the future site of the Young-Calaway Alpine Bank Pickelball Courts in Carbondale Alpine Bank and the J Robert Young Foundation have joined forces with a host of community-minded residents to fund and …

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