Ramblings of a Rambler – Dec. 2020

By Bill Watson, Publisher Prime Time News ~ Hi Prime Timers! I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving. It certainly was different this year as we tried to stay as safe and careful as possible to thwart off this unrelenting…

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Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoption Center is Now Riverdale Animal Shelter

Last month, the Adams County Animal Shelter/Adoption Center moved to its new location and transitioned to Riverdale Animal Shelter (RAS). The shelter’s new address is 12155 Park Blvd., Brighton.  RAS is located at the south end of Riverdale Regional Park—on…

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Cap on Insulin for Medicare Beneficiaries

By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ Denver, CO.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, the sixth leading cause of death is diabetes among individuals age 65 and over.  Type 1 diabetes means the body does not produce insulin, while Type 2…

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Creative Eldering – Dec. 2020 – Your Liver

Think of your liver as your personal chemical processing plant.  It lives in the midsection of your body and works 24/7 doing at least several hundred metabolic processes every day.  It processes chemicals, foods, nutrients, your own natural hormones and…

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Medicare Advantage Plan Open Enrollment

Tis the season. The season for Medicare Advantage General Enrollment that is. That’s right, general enrollment for Medicare Advantage Plans is almost upon us. So, if you are a current Medicare Advantage Plan member and are unhappy with your Medicare…

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Advancing Adams – A Trio of Long-Range Plans for the Community by the Community

Adams County<https://www.adcogov.org/> is launching the first phase of engagement for the Advancing Adams<http://www.advancingadams.org/> planning process today. This process will result in a trio of long-range master planning documents – a Comprehensive Plan, a Transportation & Mobility Plan (TMP), and a…

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Medicaid and Estate Recovery

Medicaid is a federal medical assistance program for low-income people, which is administered by the state.   In Colorado, Health First Colorado administers our Medicaid Program.  Health First Colorado is funded jointly by a federal-state partnership and is administered by…

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Brothers Redevelopment teams up with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs for Housing Counseling Assistance Program

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brothers Redevelopment has teamed up with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs and the Colorado Division of Housing for the launch of the new Housing Counseling Assistance Program.

Online Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

By Karin Stewart ~ Holiday shopping might look a bit differently for most of us this year. We may be looking to more on-line shopping as we stay safer-at-home. Unfortunately, more on-line shopping means more opportunities to potentially fall victim…

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Tips on Finding the Right Community for Retirement

By Randy Berman ~ The Baby Boomers of today are retiring in record numbers and as active as they are, many are challenging a number of popular stereotypes about retirement and aging. And in today’s environment, picking the right community…

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Tis The Season To Give Back to Aging Adults in our Community

Home Instead’s Be a Santa to a Senior Program finds new ways spread cheer ~ DENVER, CO – Nov. 19, 2020 At a time when it may be more important than ever, Home Instead’s® seasonal favorite Be a Santa to a Senior returns stronger than…

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Hanukkah ice cream, cookies and more with the JCC Denver!

 It’s almost Hannukah! The Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center (JCC Denver) and High Point Creamery have teamed up again to sell the exclusive Hanukkah ice cream flavor called “Bob’s Babka” named after Robert “Bob” E. Loup who is the namesake of the JCC Denver building and was a…

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Social Security Benefits Increase in 2021

Nearly 70 million Americans will see a 1.3 percent increase in their Social Security benefits and SSI payments in 2021. Federal benefit rates increase when the cost-of-living rises, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index (CPI-W).

Readers’ Corner – Dec. 2020

Neglecting reading? Start small with a short story for Short Story Day, 12/21. The Collected Stories of Jean Stafford features the Pulitzer-Prize winner’s short works that appeared for decades in The New Yorker. Unabashedly “literary,” she spotlights the human experience…

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How To Balance A Retirement Plan In An Unstable Time

The upheaval of 2020 has upended many financial plans, causing people to reassess their retirement strategies. More uncertainty lies ahead in 2021 with regard to COVID-19 and its effect on the economy. In this unstable setting, keeping a retirement plan…

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