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With 37 convenient locations, we serve more than 130,000 customers with retail, business, trust, asset management, mortgage, and electronic banking services. We opened our doors in 1973 in Carbondale, Colo. with $250,000 in assets; today, we've
Steamboat Springs The Colorado Mountain College board of trustees is in the process of discussing whether board President Glenn Davis was operating under a conflict of interest during severance negotiations with former CMC President Stan Jensen.
The Apaches could play for the championship in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series if Central Alabama Community College defeats Palm Beach State (Fla.) College tonight. If Palm Beach defeats the Trojans, the Panthers would receive an
Public invited to county wildfire exercise The Summit County Sheriff's Office will be participating in a full-scale emergency preparedness/response exercise today and Wednesday. Participating agencies will be exercising their ability to respond to a
Becky and Kris Hammond let change fall out of the piggy bank they have had for the past 30 years. As part of a fundraiser, people were asked to guess how much money was in the pig, which turned out to be $999.70...Russell Kris and Becky Hammond were
Adamson, 99, Grand Junction, died April 1, 2013, at Hospice Care Center...Thursday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary Chapel, followed by burial at Orchard Mesa Cemetery...Memorial contributions to Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado, 3090B N...
Alpine Bank was honored as Business of the Year for 2012 at the group's annual Success Awards celebration. The award ceremony was held Friday at the Vilar Performing Arts Center. Here's the full list of winners: Non-Profit of the Year: Roundup River
Widespread thanks for River Center Angel Tree The Third Annual River Center Angel Tree Program was a great success. Over 700 children from Carbondale to Rifle received gifts this holiday season...The success is when over 100 volunteers freely give of
Representatives from Alpine Bank and Summit Resort Group presented the Family & Intercultural Resource Center with a $500 check Monday...It's a really worthwhile organization for the community and I'm just glad to help, said Peter Schutz, owner of
Nice work, volunteers The Vail Valley Medical Center Volunteer Corps raised more than $1,500 for the hospital at its last bake sale and jewelry sale. Thank you to everyone who baked and donated jewelry for this successful fundraiser...Margo Welch,