Making Your Accounts More Secure

Making Your Accounts More Secure

October 5, 2018

Here are six Cyber Security tips to make your accounts even more secure: TIP #1 – Multi-Factor authentication and notifications Enabling login notifications, account notifications, and multi-factor authentication on all of your accounts can greatly reduce the effects of your password getting compromised. • Turn on Login notifications. • Enable multi-factor authentication or one-time passcodes …

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Small Businesses Pleased With Business Conditions

Small Businesses Pleased With Business Conditions

October 5, 2018

CNBC and SurveyMonkey recently announced results from their quarterly small business survey. Every quarter, the two organizations poll over 2,000 small business owners to “measure the vitality of the American economy,” and get a sense of how small business owners view the current landscape. Fifty-eight percent of small business owners believe overall conditions are good. …

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Retirement Planning: Professional Help Can Pay Off

Retirement Planning: Professional Help Can Pay Off

October 5, 2018

Gone are the days when retirement meant the ability to live comfortably off payouts from a pension plan and Social Security benefits. People are living longer, increasing the odds that the average retiree will face significant medical expenses or long-term care. Planning for retirement has become more important than ever. According to the U.S. Census …

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Save Energy in Your Kitchen

Save Energy in Your Kitchen

October 5, 2018

The kitchen is considered the heart of the home. It also uses the most energy in the home. From large to small kitchen appliances, they all take energy to run. Let’s look at a few simple ways to save energy in the kitchen:Refrigerator/Freezer: According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the average refrigerator costs $90 …

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Women’s Valley Soccer League

Women’s Valley Soccer League

October 4, 2018

Women’s La Liga del Valle is a nonprofit soccer organization created by women to empower women. Women are known for being generous with their time when it comes to taking care of their families, children and work. However when it is about taking time for themselves, even when it is related to their own health …

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Perfecting Partnership in Mesa County

Perfecting Partnership in Mesa County

October 4, 2018

United Way is a nonprofit organization that raises money from the community to fund local programs that address community concerns. United Way of Mesa County (UWMC) was founded in 1959, and is one of more than 1,300 community-based United Way organizations. Each organization is independent, separately incorporated and governed by local volunteers. The money raised …

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Roaring Fork Conservancy: Visitors Welcome

Roaring Fork Conservancy: Visitors Welcome

October 4, 2018

Roaring Fork Conservancy has inspired people to explore, value and protect the Roaring Fork Watershed since 1996. Since then we’ve taught over 113,000 students, conducted over 53,000 water quality tests, and forever protected over 300 acres in riparian land conservation easements. Yet, we’re doing even more to cultivate people’s relationship with water, and we want …

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Mountain Family Health Centers and Expanding Health Care

Mountain Family Health Centers and Expanding Health Care

October 4, 2018

Mountain Family Health Centers are partnering with Alpine Bank in the Building Health for All: The Basalt Integrated Health Center Campaign, as the beneficiary of funds raised at the 2018 Alpine Bank golf tournament. It was a beautiful day on the course and tournament participants helped raise $5,500 as seed money toward the construction of …

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Leslie’s Garden

Leslie’s Garden

October 4, 2018

On July 5, 2018, many folks from the Town of Dillon, Colorado, including Mayor Carolyn Skowyra, turned out for the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open Leslie’s Garden. What started as a vision of the Stair family, became a community reality, dotting the landscape in Summit County. Alpine Bank is very proud to be a sponsor …

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A Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

A Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

October 3, 2018

Henri Matisse once said, “Creativity takes courage.” A group of community members in Cedaredge, Colorado had the courage and the vision to see an old building transformed into a new, state-of-the-art resource for the community. The Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC) officially opened its doors on Friday, June 15. Executive Director Deborah Shaffer …

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