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In front of the Schoolhouse at the Windsor History Museum is a memorial bench fo…

In front of the Schoolhouse at the Windsor History Museum is a memorial bench fo... 1

2020-10-05 12:00:01

In front of the Schoolhouse at the Windsor History Museum is a memorial bench for Linda Cumpsten. Many have seen the bench, but do you know who Linda was? Linda was a member of the Windsor-Severance Historical Society, a business owner, engaged community member, and a visionary leader in Windsor’s…

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Image may contain: tree, sky and outdoorImage may contain: outdoor, text that says 'ADVICE from a TREE En Loving Memory of LindaL. Cumpsten Srand tall and proud Sink your roots into the earth Be content with your natural beauty Go out on a limb Drink plenty of water Remember your roots Enjoy the view!'

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Water is a big deal! Besides providing essential daily hydration for our bodies,…

Water is a big deal! Besides providing essential daily hydration for our bodies,... 2

2020-10-21 11:30:51

💧Water is a big deal! Besides providing essential daily hydration for our bodies, water allows us to shower, wash our hands and flush the toilet. 🚽 Water helps farmers grow the food we eat, 🍎 and provides a variety of year-round recreation opportunities to enjoy. ⛷️🏊‍♀️ As we continue to face… More

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Tribune endorsement: Perry Buck will bring empathy, sincerity to Weld County

Tribune endorsement: Perry Buck will bring empathy, sincerity to Weld County 3

2020-10-19 17:53:53

Thank you to the Greeley Tribune for their endorsement: Perry Buck will bring empathy, sincerity to Weld County

Tribune endorsement: Perry Buck will bring empathy, sincerity to Weld County

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If you could start two businesses in Windsor, would they be… a movie theater and…

If you could start two businesses in Windsor, would they be… a movie theater and... 4

2020-10-19 12:00:00

If you could start two businesses in Windsor, would they be… a movie theater and a mortuary? When G.I. Richards moved to Windsor in 1909, he became Windsor’s mortician and also opened the local movie theater. Discover more about his two very different occupations and the lives of other early Windsor…

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