117 W. Main St. .................... . Sterling, Colo. ....................... ........ 970-522-4800
Our Business Of The Week
105.7 KPMX, 94 The Ranch
and Northeast Colorado Broadcasting
117 W. Main St. .................... . Sterling, Colo. ....................... ........ 970-522-4800
Glenna Phelps- Aurich, Executive Director of Logan County Chamber of Commerce, (front row right) recently presented the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Week to KPMX 105.7 and
Ben Blecha, Alec Creighton, Erin Mendenhall, Chris Brom, Micaela Ladd and Andy Rice.

......KPMX along with 94.5 The Ranch are part of Northeast Colorado Broadcasting, a marketing and digital media company with offices and radio stations in Sterling, Fort Morgan and Burlington. KPMX went on the air in 1982 as KVRS andwas later known as KMXX for about 6 years.
......Since 1990 the station has been called KPMX. KPMX joined Northeast Colorado Broadcasting in 2003, which is owned and operated by Alec and Christie Creighton. 94.5 The Ranch, Sterling’s country music station, went on the air in 2009. Farm Radio 1010 KSIR is also part of the KPMX group of stations.
......The 105.7 KPMX Morning Circus with long-time host and Program Director Andy Rice is the hub of local radio in the Logan County area with a who’s who of guests joining Andy each morning. Operations Director Chris “Bull” Brom hosts KPMX through the work day and has been the play-by-play voice of Sterling Tigers sports on KPMX for more than a decade.
......Sports Director Ben Blecha is the well known voice of Northeastern Athletics on 94.5 The Ranch and has called more games on the radio in Northeast Colorado than any other sportscaster in the region, including more than 1,000 NJC games.
......Northeast Colorado Broadcasting Sales Manager Erin Mendenhall leads the marketing team of Account Representatives that includes the newest member of the KPMX team Micaela Ladd.
......Jackson-of-all-trades Jim Jackson keeps behind the scenes running smoothly by scheduling all of the commercials that play on KPMX and The Ranch and his voice is heard various times throughout the day on news reports and other on-air segments.
.....General Manager Alec Creighton is on the board of directors of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce.
......105.7 KPMX, 94.5 The Ranch, and Northeast Colorado Broadcasting strive to make the local community a great place to live, work and visit through active community support and involvement, by inspiring great days for their radio listeners with music and information, and by amplifying the success of local businesses with effective marketing.
......KPMX can be found at 117 Main Street in Downtown Sterling, on the web at kpmx.com, or by calling 970-522-4800.

Join Us In Congratulating
105.7 KPMX, 94 The Ranch
and Northeast Colorado Broadcasting
Our Business Of The Week
#tying our community together
KPMX .................................................Your Chamber of Commerce
Haxtun Health
235 W. Fletcher     Haxtun, CO 80731         (970) 774-6123
As Ambassadors and Directors
of the Logan County Chamber it is so important that the community see
 your support of our new businesses and at after hours celebrations of our community. Please join us at each of these upcoming events.
Please contact Glenna at the Chamber
if you would like to help with this event.
Voting will start October 1st at Logancountychamber.com.
Use the Scarecrow Contest button.
Courtesy of the Journal Advocate....

"There was a time when all Brock Baseggio wanted to do was get out of Sterling. But now the assistant vice president of lending at First FarmBank is an avid supporter of his community and wants to do whatever he can to get future generations to consider staying here..."
Wells Fargo
129 S. 3rd St.   Sterling, CO 80751    (970) 521-4120
Sterling Correctional Facility
12101 Hwy. 61          Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 521-8215
Not In Downtown?
if you are not in the downtown area and your
business or organization would like to participate,
contact the Chamber and we can reserve a space
on Second Street. The map shows the route and
direction to go but children can jump in at any point.
Please just follow the one way direction.

Zombie Crawl .................................................................. Your Chamber of Commerce  
Invest In Children
The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) has partnered with Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC) to create a 5-month Design Lab which will help employers, or community partnerships that include employers, prepare and plan for the creation of an on-site or near-site child care program. Employers including for-profit, non-profit, and government entities are all welcome to participate. 2021 legislation (Senate Bill 236) created an $8.8 Million Employer-Based Child Care Facility Grant Program to provide support for these projects in Colorado. A explanatory webinar has passed but information is still available. ........ EPIC Lab .........................................Colorado EPIC
Eagle Convenience Stores
930 W. Main St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-0801

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For Joining Your Chamber Of Commerce!

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On Our New Members.

Thank You For Renewing Your Membership

Better Electric Inc
Christ United Methodist Church
Dr James I. Armbruster, DMD, PC
Edward Jones - Brandon Steele, Financial
Equitable Savings & Loan Association
Furniture Mart
H & R Block
Harmony Home
HR Tire Co Inc
Ice Lanes Bowling Center
Jackson Insurance Agency
Legacy CPA & Financial Services, LLC
The Legacy (Assisted Living)
Leibert - McAtee & Associates Inc.
Lorenzo Apothecary
Morgan & Seetch Accounting
Murphy Insurance Center
N.E. Agri-Service
Pioneer Distributing
Prairie Mountain Publishing CO
Rotary Club (Sterling)
Sky Ranch Golf and Grill
Stahla Mobile Homes Inc.
Sterling Correctional Facility
Sterling Travel Agency - Travel Savers
Sterling Trophy Shop
Sugar Beet Days
Town of Peetz
Williamson Lowery Fredregill

Nichols Tillage Tools Inc.
312 HerefordAve.      Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 522-8676
Brick and mortar businesses can meet the needs of all
their customers including those who are self-quarantining
through our Virtual Marketplace. Your store will be seen
promoted on the Logan County Chamber's website,
social media sights and through the weekly E-news.
AirMedCare Network
Tickets On Sale For Autumn Tea
Tickets are on sale the Autumn Tea at the Overland Trail Museum on Mon., Nov. 15, at 2 p.m. The traditional tea will be celebrating “Back to the Sound of Music” with special guest Elsa Wolff as Maria Von Trapp. Elsa Wolff, entertainer and educator, has been performing, teaching, singing and storytelling for 20 years. As a performer, Elsa, also known as "The Guitar Lady" performs for elementary age children as well as senior citizens throughout the Denver area. Elsa also performs around the country through her Living History Presentations as Amelia Earhart, Minnie Pearl, Maria Von Trapp and most recently Annie Oakley. Come and enjoy traditional tea delights showcasing a few of our “Favorite Things”! Ticket prices are $15.00 per person and seating is limited! Call the Museum to reserve your spot or stop in and pick up your ticket for this special event!  970-522-3895.

October Newsletter ……………………………..……………………………"…….Overland Trail Museum
Win The Holiday Season

During this free, one-hour webinar on Thurs., Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. we'll provide you with tips and actionable steps to stand out from the crowd with a holiday marketing plan that leverages the channels that matter most to your business. Join Constant Contact and guest Bryan Caplan, a national speaker for Grow with Google and Constant Contact. Bryan works with entrepreneurs around the world, teaching and coaching on digital marketing topics to help small businesses grow and succeed.Here's what we'll cover:•  Planning your holiday marketing campaign•  Promoting your campaign in all the right channels• Can't attend? You can still register. We'll send you a free recording of the webinar to watch on your own time.

Pumpkin Caving And
Decorating Contest

Sterling Public Library will have a pumpkin carving/decorating contest. Pumpkins may be carved or decorated in any way and brought to the library between Oct. 20-24. All ages are welcome to participate. Pumpkins will be on display through Oct. 31. Everyone may vote for their favorite pumpkin and the one with the most votes win.

Library Is Hosting
Annual Parade Of Trees

The Sterling Public Library is once again having our Annual Parade of Trees! If you want to join us, send in the attached application by Nov. 12 so that we can assign trees. You can start decorating the trees beginning Wed., Nov. 17 but need to be completely decorated by Wed., Nov. 24 at 5 p.m.

Sterling Regional MedCenter
615 Fairhurst St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-0122
As Ambassadors and Directors
of the Logan County Chamber it is so important that the community see
 your support of our new businesses and at after hours celebrations of our community. Please join us at each of these upcoming events.
Xcel Energy - Sterling
502 S. 8th Ave.      Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 521-1800
U.S. Chamber of Commerce .............................................. Your Chamber of Commerce
Specialists Urge Adults To Protect Children
In this week’s Path Forward event, U.S. Chamber President and CEO Suzanne Clark discussed ways to protect children from COVID with pediatric health specialists. The Path Forward, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation event series, helps business and community leaders find the answers they need to execute a responsible reopening strategy for a post-pandemic world. What Happened? Children under 12 are not yet eligible to receive the approved COVID vaccines and with most schools now gathering in person, the transmission of the virus among children is growing. During the hosted discussion, health professionals shared how parents can protect their children and spoke about the mental health impact of the pandemic on teens and children.  .. . . .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..................... .. . Protect Children
Americans Need Government IT Systems
Technology continues to change each individual's way of living, including how we interact with the government. In 2001, only 30% of the American public e-filed their taxes; in 2019, the number roseto over 90%. As technology quickly develops, so do its uses within the federal government to better serve the American public with creative and innovative front-facing solutions. However, federal information technology (IT) has not been able to keep up with the private sector or our increasingly digital way of life. 

Join Employers To Protect Workers
America's business community plays a critical role in combatting the pandemic. Now that safe and effective vaccines are available, every business must rally around a common goal: accelerate vaccinations, reopen safely, and defeat the pandemic. Employers across the country are taking vital
steps to get the country back to health—and we are committed to providing you the expert guidance
and resources you need to get the job done. Join the Rally for Recovery today. Rally for Recovery Commitment, a U.S. Chamber-led program encouraging every company and organization to take three basic, but important, steps to get the country back to health and American workers back to work.
U.S. Chamber On Demand
Thoughtful and engaging conversations with business leaders, government officials and experts on the most urgent topics impacting businesses today. Available now on demand. .. . . . . .. .. . Browse Videos
Governor Makes Health Care Announcement
Employee Ownership Trial Grant
This grant is available to Colorado-headquartered small businesses to pay for the reimbursement of professional technical services required to transition your business to become a Colorado Employee Owned Company. Applications are due Oct. 29.Workshop De tails/Trial Grant
World Mental Heath Day
Governor Jared Polis and Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera marked World Mental Health Day (Oct. 10) ensuring that all Coloradans have easy access to mental and behavioral health care services which has been a priority for the Polis-Primavera administration since day one. In 2019, Governor Polis established the Behavioral Health Task Force, bringing together stakeholders and leaders at the state level, to determine how to best streamline Colorado’s behavioral health system in a way that cuts through bureaucracy, increases efficiency, and puts Coloradans first. The Task Force led to the Behavioral Health Blueprint and included a number of recommendations to the legislature, and this year, Governor Polis signed a number of landmark laws to address mental health. Mental Health Day

Free Application To College Days Set
To encourage more Coloradans to continue their education, Governor Jared Polis has announced that all 32 public colleges and universities in Colorado, as well as several private institutions will allow students to apply for free from Tues., Oct. 19 through Thurs., Oct. 21, 2021 as part of the fourth annual Colorado Free Application Days. “Earning a certificate or degree gives Coloradans the best opportunity to thrive in the profession of their choice,” said Gov. Polis. “Colorado is building back stronger and by eliminating this cost barrier, more Coloradans will have the opportunity to pursue those dreams. We need homegrown Colorado talent and bold ideas to make Colorado better than ever.”  of their own. 
 ..... ......... ......... ........ ....... .......... ......... ... ................ ......... ......... .............. Free Application Days
Colorado Increasing Minimum Wage In 2022
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s (CDLE) Division of Labor Standards and Statistics (DLSS) announced the proposed new Colorado minimum wage, currently at $12.32 for 2021, will rise on January 1, 2022 to $12.56, or $9.54 for those receiving enough in tips for total pay to meet or exceed the full minimum wage. Annually inflation-adjusting the minimum wage is mandated by a section of the Colorado Constitution that Colorado voters adopted in a 2006 ballot measure (with the exception of 2017-20, when the minimum wage rose by larger amounts due to another ballot measure, in 2016, raising the minimum wage by 90-99 cents annually until it reached $12.00 by 2020).
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Resources Available To Help
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has compiled resources to help the business community navigate and recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic as the workforce begins
to rebound. These resources will be sent to you by signing up for our newsletter here:.........
Vaccines For More Than COVID Prevention
As students across Colorado head back to school, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) asks parents and guardians to keep vaccine-preventable diseases out of Colorado classrooms and help ensure continued and safe in-person learning. While children 11-years-old and younger are not yet eligible for any of the COVID-19 vaccines, there are other vaccines that protect them from 16 other infectious diseases, including measles, whooping cough, mumps, and varicella (chickenpox). The state is experiencing decreases in vaccination coverage as identified through aggregate, de-identified data self-reported to CDPHE by schools and child care providers for the 2020-2021 school year. With the exception of hepatitis B, immunization rates for school-required vaccines fell among kindergartners -- with coverage for polio and varicella falling below 90%......... State Agencies
Local Vaccines
In Logan County, in addition to the Northeast Colorado Health Department (call 970-522-3741) there are several other locations offering vaccinations. .................................................... Local Vaccine Providers
Leveraging Your Strength
Into Business Super Powers
Oct. 20 | 3 p.m. Windsor, CO 
When facing the current challenges of small business ownership, it is too easy to overlook one of the greatest tools for success, human capital. Leveraging your own and employee’s personal strengths can lead to a resilient business that supports each individual doing what they do best. Discover how to use science-based tools to help you unlock your own potential and the potential of your employees. 

Registration Is Also Now Underway For:

How To Start A Small Business
Oct. 13 | 5:30 pm | Online | Free

Ready to be your own boss? Join us as we deep dive into what it takes to start your own business in Colorado. ....................................Register Now

Showcase Your Small Business
And Products To Shoppers Online
Oct. 20 | 10 a.m. | Online | Free

This holiday season, make sure your business is at the top of everyone’s wish ! Learn how to execute successful online ad campaigns that can help you reach new customers.
Help the SBDC and Partners bring you the training you want, Attempting to keep up with new regulations? Curious about selling on Amazon? Brushing up on your financial skills? Ready to get back to in-person training? Prefer online access to cut down on travel? Morning person or night owl?
Answer this short 7 question survey to help East CO SBDC and our partners bring you the information you need in the way you prefer. Answers are anonymous.
220 Edwards Ave.      Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 522-3647
Connect! Engage! Promote!
Joining or renewing your chamber membership is a vital part of our local economy! Members of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce play an important role in the future of our area and gain valuable benefits.
Regardless of whether your business is large, small, new or long-established, you'll find your chamber membership invaluable. The benefits to our members are as unique and individual as their businesses. While some appreciate the connections they make that allow their business to remain strong and grow, others value the opportunity to support the community and give back to the those who have supported their growth.
The bottom-line: We're in business for your business. When you succeed we succeed.Thank you for your membership and continued renewal. We look forward to continuing to work on your behalf.
  1. Chamber membership provides networking and new business contacts to help your business grow.
  2. The Chamber produces publications that feature your business and provide publicity and recognition for your company.
  3. The Chamber takes on the tough issues and opposes new regulations, taxes, fees, assessments, and costs directed at small businesses. It also helps protect the principles of free enterprise and aid businesses in being treated fairly
  4. The Chamber provides a "voice" for Logan County businesses locally, as well as at the State and Federal levels
  5. The Chamber supports the "drivers" of our economy here in Logan County: Agriculture, Tourism, Manufacturing, and Retail
  6. The Chamber has launched a "Shop Locally" program that will keep tax dollars and your shoppers in our community as well as saving jobs and helping fund needed services and attractions.
  7. The Chamber provides several sale opportunities, events and referrals to deliver a return on your investment
  8. Annual Chamber Membership costs less than the average "one time" media buy
  9. Your business listing will remain on the Chamber's website, therefore, search engines will lead potential customers to your business
  10. Your Chamber provides many social media advertising opportunities to get your name out there in so many ways.

  • Networking & Training
  • Referrals
  • E-News & Website Presence
  • Mobile App
  • Social Media
  • Assistance a Call Away
  • Post job opportunities or Hot Deals on Chamber Web or Facebook Pages

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