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Gov. Jared Polis recently issued an executive order extending the deadline for businesses to remit sales tax by 30 days.

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Gov. Jared Polis recently signed an executive order that extends the deadline to file certain business documents and information to county assessors from April 15 to June 15.

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According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in 2018 over 30 million small businesses accounted for 99.9 percent of the total businesses in the United States. Over 59 million small business employees accounted for 48% of the total employees across the country.

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Small nonfarm businesses in 35 Colorado counties, including Chaffee, Fremont, Saguache and Lake counties, are eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released a guide for small business owners, independent contractors and freelancers to help them file for a coronavirus relief loan under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released a guide for small business owners, independent contractors and freelancers to help them file for a coronavirus relief loan under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

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Gov. Jared Polis announced Sunday President Trump and the federal government declared a major disaster for the state of Colorado in response to an urgent request Polis submitted Wednesday to help Colorado deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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The Colorado Division of Insurance is taking action to protect insurance consumers and reduce insurance delays for restaurants and workers during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

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Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center CEO Bob Morasko praised the hospital’s staff and administration during recent preparations for COVID-19 at the Salida Hospital District board’s virtual meeting Tuesday.

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Safeway is asking customers to reserve 7-9 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays as times for those considered to be in a high-risk category of COVID-19 infection to shop.

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Getting a bit of cabin fever? Many of our local establishments are offering curbside and takeout menus for the next 3-4 weeks. Others, unfortunately, will be shutting their doors for the time. We would like to keep you as informed as we can and support our local businesses. Armed with this i…

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Gov. Jared Polis announced Monday that beginning today all restaurants and bars in Colorado will be closed to dine-in service and limited to only takeout and delivery service for at least the next 30 days in an effort to fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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Do you need some ideas on who to vote for in this year’s People’s Choice? Every week, until the deadline, we will feature some people and businesses to get your mind thinking about the best. Our community is filled with wonderful businesses and people. One category is Outstanding Citizen/Vol…

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To all of you who have committed to the broadband project so far, thank you very much for your participation. The grant proposal was submitted to the Colorado Broadband Deployment Board on Monday, Jan. 03. We are now in a 60-day comment period, following which the board will decide who will …

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The South Park Parks and Recreation District board of directors announced the kickoff of a series of community meetings, designed to gather residents input on the potential expansion of the South Park Recreation Center in Fairplay.

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Rustic Station in Bailey welcomed a new chef to their restaurant, Christian Hawks. Hawks has an extensive culinary background. He finished culinary school 20 years ago and has been working as a chef for over 15 years.

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Craving lobster tail, chicken and waffles or a corn dog in Fairplay? No problem. The Hungry Miner restaurant is now open for business and serves a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.

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The South Park Chamber of Commerce named TBK Bank as their business of the month. TBK Bank is a full-service community bank that offers all the products you would expect like “Totally Free Checking,” a true no-fee checking account, as well as savings, competitive certificates of deposit alon…

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When Chris Howe and Sarah Bennett took over the Kenosha Café and reopened it as The Shaggy Sheep in 2016, one of their goals was to make the restaurant a place for community; Bennett has seen the restaurant increase its customer base, and the restaurant has become a place where people come, …

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The staple of the Jefferson community, the Jefferson Market, has reopened with new owners. The new owners are Roger and Julie Greenwald.

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I love what I do,” said Diane Blessing, owner, operator and president of The Sheepherder business in Alma.

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There’s a new veterinary hospital and clinic that has just recently opened in Bailey. Crow Hill Pet Hospital is owned by Conifer resident Matthew McBee. McBee has been in Colorado for over 14 years. In his younger days he was very involved in hospitals working in orthopedics and trauma and i…

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A dream begins with a person committed to the idea that they can accomplish what they are seeking to do. Cindi Winner, program director with EquiGrace, Inc. has been involved with horses since she was little. Winner always loved being around horses and in 2003 she turned that love into a way…

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Denise Patrick is a staple in the U.S. Highway 285 corridor. You will often see her volunteering at many of the community events throughout the area. The Platte Canyon Area Chamber of Commerce named Patrick their business of the month.

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Tamales are back, this time with cake. Many Park County residents remember Dorothy’s Homemade Tamales, which was co-located with the bowling alley and also had a run in Hartsel. Then they went dark, but not for long. Tamales and more have returned to Fairplay.

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Kent Hutchison and his wife, Angela Bryan, are the owners and winemakers of the Continental Divide Winery, which opened in Breckenridge in December 2016 and will be opening a new location in Fairplay sometime in May.

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Aspen Peak Cellars continues work on rebuilding their business that was destroyed when a semi-truck drove through it in September. Marcel and Julie Flukiger are still dealing with insurance and legal issues before the new building can be built.

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Wise Cannabis, LLC just celebrated their one-year anniversary March 8. The company is committed to great customer service and supporting the community of Fairplay. The business is owned by three partners: Paul Butler, Jacob Wise and JJ Bosgraaf.

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Pennie Gaudi began a Borgata almost five years ago with a store near Windy Point. Since moving to her new location in the Safeway Plaza, her business continues to grow and she is always looking for new artists to feature in her stores.

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