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1515 Main St. ............................ Sterling, Colo. .............................970-522-0600
Congratulations
Chaney-Reager
Funeral Home
& Crematory

443 South Second St. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. . (970) 522-2111
Chaney-Reager Funeral Home and Crematory is being honored as the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Week. Accepting the honor were Ed Halouska, Amalia Halouska, Syliva Gertge and Ken Koester, Bob Knudson is also on staff at the funeral home.

....The Jackson Mortuary was founded in 1900 by A.D. Jackson and T.D. Ritchie. In 1915, Mr. Jackson purchased the controlling interests. In 1930 a new building was erected at their current location of 443 S. 2nd Street by A. D. Jackson. Robert M. Jackson entered the mortuary business with his father in 1935. The funeral home was renamed A. D. Jackson and Son Mortuary. Bob Jackson operated the mortuary from 1946 until 1959.
....Richard and Caroline Walters and Russ and Carolyn Chaney then purchased the business and changed the name to Walters-Chaney Funeral Home. In 1960 the building, chapel and family rooms were remodeled. In 1971 Russ and Carolyn Chaney purchased the firm from the Walters and became sole owners of the Chaney-Walters Funeral Home in 1971.
....Russ and Carolyn Chaney formed a partnership with Mike and Susie Reager in 1999. This partnership created a name change - Chaney-Reager Funeral Home & Mortuary - and a new addition was built on the funeral home to provide on-site crematory
....In 2012, Ed Halouska joined the team. In June 2019, Ed and his wife Amalia purchased the business from Mike and Susie Reager. Ed started his service to families in 1994 working at a local funeral home and he graduated from mortuary college in 1999. He is a Colorado state certified Mortuary Science Practitioner, holds an AA of Mortuary Science and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer for the state of Nebraska.
....In 2020, video and streaming capabilities wereinstalled for families to view the services online. Their firm provides a large selection of onsite caskets, urns, and funeral and cremation products.
....Chaney-Reager Funeral Home & Crematory’s quality, caring & thoughtful services for the families has not changed, even with the many name changes over the years.
....For more informal call (970) 522-2111 or online see www.chaney-reager.com.
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Join Us In Congratulating
Chaney-Reager Funeral Home & Crematory
as our Business of the Week, tying our community together
Chaney-Reader Funeral Home & Crematory.............................................Your Chamber of Commerce  
Sterling Regional MedCenter
615 Fairhurst St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-0122
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
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Adams Bank and Trust
519 W. Main St. Unit B    Sterling, CO 80751    (970) 522-0698
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Curlee Heating & Air Conditioning
Dale's Jewelry
Lauer, Szabo & Associates, PC
N E CO Family Medicine Assc PC
Peetz Cooperative Telephone Co
River Station
Sterling Workforce Center
Viaero Wireless
Welcome To Our New Member:
Health Care Partners Foundation
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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.
Sterling Living Center
1420 S. 3rd Ave.      Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-2933
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Trinidad Benham Corp.
1500 Right of Way Road   Sterling, CO 80751    (970) 522-3595
Grow Post-Holiday
Retail Sales

After-Christmas retail can be fun - even with a pandemic - as long as you stay focused on
making money instead of just giving it away through promotions and discounts.

Post-Holiday Sales .................

AirMedCare Network
1-720-595-6463
Logan County Is Level Red: Severe Risk
Viaero Wireless
516 W. Main St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 521-9911
COVID-19/Coronavirus Guides and Resources

2021 State of American Business
Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 12 and explore the most important challenges, disruptions and opportunities on the horizon for the business community......... ........ ..Future of American Business

Improved Coordination Policy Can't Wait
As U.S. COVID-19-related deaths hit increasingly grim milestones, no one needs a reminder of the im-mense toll the virus is taking on American families and our overburdened healthcare system. Our North American neighbors face a similarly drastic situation as both Canada and Mexico also experience crip-pling surges in infections. Yes, vaccines are coming, but they won’t be administered in time to avoid what top U.S. policy experts warn is likely to be the most difficult period in the history of our public health. . ... ........ . ........ ... ........ . ...... ... ........ . ........ ... ........ . ...... .. . ........ . ............Improved Cooridination

CDC Director Says Masks Are Powerful
This week’s Path Forward featured U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark talking with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Robert Redfield about progress in combating the coronavirus pandemic. The conversation focused on mitigation measures, progress on vaccines and therapeutics, and school and business closures... ... ........ . ........ ... ........ . ......Masks A Powerful Tool

Keeping Shoppers Safe
As the holiday shopping season approaches, the U.S. Chamber's Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) compiled 10 tips to help consumers identify and avoid counterfeits while holiday shopping, especially as COVID-19 raises the stakes. Help us keep shoppers safe this winter by sharing the graphics below on your social media channels, website, or with your networks... ... ........ . .... ... ........ . .Shop Smart Toolkit

Click on these U.S. Chamber resources to help keep
your business strong, prepared and proactive.




 


Haxtun Hospital District
235 W. Fletcher     Haxtun, CO 80731         (970) 774-6123
COVID UPDATES COLORADO
Wastewater and COVID-19 Monitoring
Preliminary data for the wastewater and COVID-19 monitoring pilot project is now available on the state’s COVID-19 website. The state is collaborating with scientists from Colorado State University, Metropolitan State University, GT Molecular, and Colorado wastewater utilities, to monitor levels of COVID-19 virus particles found in wastewater. The information will be used to help us understand how prevalent COVID-19 is in Colorado and big shifts in that prevalence..............................................Economic Forecast

Tracking Vaccinations
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will launch a data dashboard to track vaccination data and is available at covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine. The data today will include information about the current phase and how many doses have been administered. It will be updated daily at 4 p.m. ...................................................................................................................New Dashboard
Help Available For Mental Health Needs
Governor Jared Polis, joined by Dr. Rachel Herlihy, State Epidemiologist, and Aimee Voth Siebert, the Disaster Behavioral Health Lead at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment observed “Coloradans are facing mental health challenges as we experience a holiday season unlike any other but help and resources are available to anyone struggling. We can and will get through this challenging time together.” ........................................................................................................ Holiday Mental Health
State Transfer Funds
Gov. Polis recently amended an Executive Order for the COVID-19 disaster emergency declaration to transfer money from the State Emergency Reserve to the Disaster Emergency Fund to cover the remaining December costs for testing and vaccine distribution due to a delay in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reimbursements.........................................................Emergency Relief

Free Crisis Counseling
The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling and Training Program (CCP) enters the next phase of COVID-19 relief services with the help of 16 mental health and community service providers across the state. The CCP is moving from an immediate service program to a regular service program, which will extend the free services through June 27, 2021..................................................................Free Crisis Counseling
First Friday (on Saturday) .............................First Presbyterian Church
Eagle Convenience Stores
930 W. Main St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-0801
Details .......................................Sterling Creatives
Xcel Energy - Sterling
508 S. 8th Ave.      Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 521-1800
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Colorado Minimum Wage
Increases On Jan. 1, 2021

Effective Jan1, 2021, the minimum wage in Colorado will increase from $12.00 to $12.32 per hour. Tipped Employee Minimum Wage will increase from $8.98 to $9.30 per hour. If you have questions about this change, please contact the Colorado Division of Labor Standards and Statistics at 1-888-390-7936. Also as 2020 draws to a close, businesses are required to update their labor laws posters. While there are many sites where laminated versions can be purchased, posters can be accessed and printed free of charge.

Library Introducing Family Fun Bags

Sterling Public Library is offering a new service called "Family Fun Bags." There will be five different bags to check out for 1 week. The bags are designed for families to share and enjoy. New bags will be available each month. ..  ....... Family Fun Bags ...  ..........  .........  ................Sterling Public Library
Haxtun Hospital District
235 W. Fletcher     Haxtun, CO 80731         (970) 774-6123

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