Public Service Announcement:
Scammers taking advantage of Coronavirus outbreak
The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public about a new scam that has surfaced since the outbreak of Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.
Just this week, Undersheriff Donnie Patch has received three phone calls – on his sheriff’s office-issued cellphone no less – from scammers claiming to be his Medicare or Medicaid provider. Patch immediately recognized the calls were a scam as he is not yet 65 years old and does not qualify for Medicare.
It’s not uncommon for scammers to try to capitalize off public health emergencies to defraud unsuspecting residents of their vital personal information, such as… More
Every time you pick up a cup of coffee from your favorite shop or buy a gift fro…
Every time you pick up a cup of coffee from your favorite shop or buy a gift from a local artist's online store, you're shopping small and making a difference.
This year more than ever, small businesses need YOU. In fact, 62% of U.S. small businesses have reported that they need to see consumer spending return to pre-COVID levels by the end of 2020 in order to stay in business.
When you Shop Small® this holiday season – and all year long – you can help create a big impact.
If you’re in need of some IT Support during Remote Learning, there have been som…
If you’re in need of some IT Support during Remote Learning, there have been some updates on how to receive help while remote. Please click on the link below OR look for the image below on our homepage or your school’s homepage.
Many thanks to our amazing IT Techs!
Shop Small, Big Impact!! Did You Know? When you shop locally owned busines…
Shop Small, Big Impact!!
Did You Know? When you shop locally owned businesses, a whopping 70% of your spending stays in the local economy. That number falls to 30% when shopping at non-locally owned businesses. This means if you spend $100, your community keeps $70. Not only does this help your friends and neighbors who own and operate those small businesses, it also increases local tax revenues used to support schools, police, fire stations, roads and more.
Local businesses are more likely to utilize other local businesses such as marketing, accounting and printing, further impacting the local economy.
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