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Past articles by Luanne:

Shoes provide a canvas for Windsor's Kustom Kix

Kustom Kix is just a few months old, but already Schaefer is getting inundated with orders for decorated tennis shoes of all designs. → Read More

Windsor's Chill Potz pottery studio helps you tap into your creativity

The business name, she explained, is a reflection of the Fuentez’s philosophy of not letting stress overwhelm and of the environment in which they want to welcome customers, or in other words: Be creative, be chill, paint pottery. → Read More

10 tips for finding thoughtful housewarming and hostess gifts

Suzanne Serreff, owner of Warm Hugs Mixes & Gifts Boutique in downtown Greeley, said the bread was a huge hit when her kids gave it as gifts at birthday parties in middle and high school and its now just as popular among customers who purchase Warm Hugs’ pumpkin bread mix to give alone or as part of a kitchen-themed basket for housewarming and hostess gifts. → Read More

Need gloves? Windsor's Mountain Made Products has you covered

The founder and CEO of Mountain Made Products in Windsor started his online business in 2014 with a single product: A glove. And in the first 13 months, the company went from zero to $1 million in sales. → Read More

Whether you have a green thumb or not, you too can be at home with houseplants

And while the palm currently reigns as the “it” plant of houseplants, it is one of the trickiest to grow. They don’t like drafts, soggy soil, too much sun, not enough sun or dry air. This could be why faux fiddle leaf palms are equally as popular. → Read More

Greeley's Lights the Night Parade kicks off the holiday season next week

Greeley’s holiday parade is one of very few in northern Colorado, Schell said. As a result, about 8,000 people brave the often chilly if not downright freezing temps — albeit pleasantly mild in some years — to watch the annual Lights the Night Parade as it travels along 9th Avenue to Lincoln Park. → Read More

East meets west — Windsor becoming one cohesive community

While it’s not unusual for municipalities to share borders, what makes Windsor’s situation a bit different, if not just a tad bit confusing for some, is that it overlaps into Larimer County making it adjacent to both Fort Collins and Loveland in some locations. → Read More

Low interest rates aid investments in northern Colorado real estate rentals

Low interest rates on home mortgages has helped many renters make the transition to becoming homeowners — and at the same it’s helped many investors purchase residential real estate for rentals. → Read More

Clay Center a hotbed of creativity — and camaraderie

Now in its 10th year, the Clay Center, which has grown “slowly and organically,” according to owner Tim Preston, is housed in a relatively nondescript industrial building that originally was A.B. Gold’s Used Cars and Auto Parts on 6th Avenue in Greeley’s Sunrise neighborhood and a flooring business prior to Preston taking ownership. → Read More

Greeley's Festival of Trees is a holiday tradition you don't want to miss

The Festival of Trees, which has become a can’t-miss holiday outing for people of all ages, opens 5-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29 and runs through Saturday, Dec. 7. → Read More

Why use a Realtor if you can do it yourself?

“When considering whether to sell with a Realtor, realize she will have connections that can make the process smooth and easy. If you want to do it solo, you will have to use your own connections, which could be developed, but it would take time.” → Read More

Now's the time to prepare your yard and garden for spring

A gardener carts mulch to cover plants to protect them from cold winter temperatures. (Getty Images) Don’t let this year’s early hard freeze and snow in October stop you from preparing your yard and garden for next spring. There’s still plenty you can do to ensure that your lawn greens up nicely and that your… → Read More

Raising puppies, kitties and kiddos together

She suggests having a family discussion before obtaining a pet to lay out ground rules and consequences for not sticking to them. It might mean finding the pet a new home or delaying getting a pet in the first place. → Read More

Siberians are the cat's meow for people with allergies

Siberians have only been in the United States since 1990, when the Cold War between the U.S. and Soviet Union thawed enough to allow the Siberian to be exported worldwide. The earliest known reference to the longhaired Russian cat is from 1000 A.D. and they have been featured in Russian fairy tales and folklore ever since. → Read More

Fresh pickings at Adam's Apple Orchard

The 15-acre u-pick orchard northeast of Ault has 2,000 fruit trees featuring 149 apple varieties, 15 different plum varieties, six pear varieties and for good measure, two peach varieties. The trees were planted in 2012 with last year being the first season the orchard was open to the public. → Read More

The costumer — Kathy Rickart supplies costumes for thespians and re-enactors

That’s because for Rickart, the Colorado Costume Castle is not a business, she emphasized. Rather, it’s mission-driven with the goal being community service supporting schools, organizations and nonprofits in need of costumes for an array of productions, programs and events. → Read More

Create a backyard that invites wildlife — or not

Monarch butterfly feeding on purple butterfly bush flowers. (Getty Images) Inviting wildlife into your backyard can be a love-hate proposition. You love when the finches and chickadees visit your bird feeders, but wish the starlings and blackbirds would stay away. You enjoy watching and feeding squirrels, but your neighbor doesn’t appreciate leftover peanut shells in… → Read More

Nextdoor connects you to your neighbors online

Nextdoor is the world’s largest social network for the neighborhood. Nextdoor enables local conversations that empower neighbors to build stronger and safer communities. → Read More

Windsor Harvest Festival all about small-town traditions

Windsor’s annual Harvest Festival, now in its 98th year, draws folks near and far to celebrate the end of summer with three days of fun ranging from mud volleyball and a car show to arts... → Read More

Step back in time at the vintage baseball game during Windsor Harvest Festival

This is the first year that the vintage baseball game at the Harvest Festival will feature a local team. → Read More