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Logan County Chamber of Commerce Honors

Tennant Funeral Home 

As The Business Of The Week

330 South Second St............................................... 970-522-3544

Tennant Funeral Home is this week's Logan County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Week.

Honored at the ceremony were David Tennant, Dave Tennant, Jennifer Tennant and Justin Tennant.

Tennant Funeral Home & Crematory has served Sterling and the surrounding area since 1985 when Dave Tennant returned to his hometown and purchased the business. As the funeral home grew, so did the involvement of Dave’s family. His sons David and Justin joined the family business full time in 2003 and 2005.

Growing up helping with the family business, David and Justin learned the values of empathy, respect, and dedication, which are the cornerstones of the funeral home’s success. Dave graduated from the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science. David and Justin are graduates of Arapahoe Community Colleges Mortuary Science Program.

All three have completed their degrees and passed the national board exam as accredited funeral directors and embalmers, an important distinction in Colorado where formal education is not required to work in the funeral industry. When you call on Tennant Funeral Home rest assured that an experienced funeral professional will be there to assist during that difficult time. Known for their expertise and experience, Dave, David, and Justin have spent years helping guide families through the loss of a loved one.

Tennant Funeral Home offers our area the largest selection of caskets, urns, and memorial items to fit any family’s needs whether burial or cremation is chosen. Their one level ADA accessible facility has seating for up to 280 for services and a reception area capable of hosting up to 70 guests. They also operate their own on-site crematory to provide families with peace of mind knowing their loved one is being cared for at their location and by their staff.

Tennant Funeral Home is also able to assist with pre-planning your end of life wishes, should you want to make selections to take that burden from your family.

In addition to its core services Tennant Funeral Home and the Tennant Family remain actively involved in com- munity programs. They believe supporting our community and contributing to local organizations and youth programs is an essential part of what makes them not just a business but a pillar of the community.

Tennant’s is a place where love and service come together to create a lasting legacy that will continue to support our community for generations to come.

Tennant Funeral Home & Crematory is located at 330 S. 2nd St, Sterling, CO 80751. For more information contact them at (970) 522-3544, or their website:

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Tennant Funeral Home

Our Business Of The Week


Tennant Funeral Home..................................................................... Your Chamber of Commerce

Adams Bank & Trust

519 W. Main St. Unit B   Sterling, CO 80751  (970) 522-06982

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Riverside Fabrication, Inc.

150 Edward Avenue Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-06982

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Xcel Energy - Sterling

502 S. 8th Ave.      Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 521-1830

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Ambassadors at the Logan County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting welcoming Wild Spirit Development with owner Lauren Russell cutting the ribbon.The company offerswebsite design and devel To learn more or for a consult, visit or email the business at

Wild Spirit Development  .................................................. Your Chamber of Commerce  

Sell More By Talking Less

When spewing countless features of your products is the bulk of your sales training, the logical thoughts for your employees are to use all those facts to speed up the sale. But that’s not how it works. Unless your sales team is trained in how to create rapport and bond with a shopper before pitching the product, the sale can feel like gladiators trying to wear down the other: the associate trying to wear down the shopper to get them to buy, the shopper trying to wear down the employee to get a better price. Neither works in this day and age. Don't risk losing the opportunity for shoppers to buy from you.

...................... .Listening Can Help Sales

Trinidad Benham

150000 Right of Way Rd.   Sterling, CO 80751  (970) 522-3295

Nichols Tillage Tools

312 Hereford Ave.         Sterling, CO 80751       (970) 522-8676

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Sugar Beet Days

Ice Lanes

Murphy Insurance

Town of Peetz

The Harmony Home

Edward Jones - Brandon Steele

Legacy CPA & Financial Services 

A Caring Pregnancy and Resource Center

Frankys Carpet Cleaning



Equitable Savings

Dinsdale Brothers

H&R Block

The Legacy Assisted Living

Steele Terrain 

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Northeastern Junior College

100 College Ave.         Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 521-6600

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Regulators Include Business Requests

After more than two days of strenuous debate, Colorado regulators late Friday approved a first-of-its-kind set of regulations to limit emissions from large manufacturers — rules that include most of the changes that business leaders requested of the state to make them more feasible. The compliance pathway for the 18 companies affected by the Greenhouse Gas and Energy Management for Manufacturing Phase 2 (GEMM 2) regulations won’t be easy, to be sure. Facilities ranging from the Suncor Energy refinery in Commerce City to the Molson Coors Beverage Co. plant in Golden to the remote Natural Soda mine in Rio Blanco County must begin cutting emissions by 2026, reduce greenhouse gases by as much as 15.5% by 2030 and face even more stringent regulations if they can’t hit near-term goals.But by the end of a Colorado Air Quality Control Commission hearing where the debate often turned to whether state officials should consider potential production cutbacks and loss of jobs as they determined the severity of the rules, a majority of commissioners said that they should. As such, a split commission agreed to several concessions that a coalition led by the Colorado Chamber of Commerce had sought, including a two-year delay in the imposition of the first emissions-cutting requirements, the creation of a fund into which facilities could pay as an avenue of compliance and the creation of a future carbon-capture option as an allowable way to cut emissions.

Business Concerns

Gas Powered Equipment?

Colorado air-quality regulators will turn their attention next to gas-powered lawn and garden equipment. The question is whether they will so far as to ban the sale of that equipment along the Northern Front Range. Air Quality Control Commission members voted Thursday to set a rulemaking hearing on Dec. 12-15 for Regulation 29, which would place new restrictions on the use of hand-held and push gas-powered equipment. The regulation would begin in 2025, and it follows an executive order issued last week by Gov. Jared Polis that bans use of such equipment at state facilities within the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ozone-nonattainment area by June 2025. Leah Martland, supervisor of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s regulatory development and engagement unit, presented the AQCC Wednesday with a proposal to reduce the use of equipment that’s become an increasing target of environmentalists. Gas-powered lawnmowers, weed whackers and other lawn-care instruments are estimated to be responsible for 75% of non-road volatile organic compound emissions in the state — a category that also includes agricultural, aviation, railroad, recreation and commercial equipment.

Gas Powered Equipment

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Shutdown Is A Choice

With recent setbacks in negotiations and the deadline quickly approaching, emerging consensus among lawmakers, staff, the Capitol Hill news media and longtime Washington operatives is that the federal government is almost certainly heading for another government shutdown come Oct. 1, the beginning of the government’s fiscal year. A government shutdown isn’t inevitable – it is a choice. And it is among the dumbest decisions Washington can make.

 Ridiculous Choice

Substantial Consequences Of Strike

The United Auto Workers have initiated a strike against the “Detroit Three” — Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis — after failing to reach a deal on a new labor contract. U.S. Chamber President and CEO Suzanne P. Clark issued a statement calling for an immediate resolution to avoid substantial economic impact: “The decision by the United Auto Workers to initiate a strike will have far reaching negative consequences for our economy, for the American workers directly employed by the Detroit Three, their suppliers and dealers, as well as the thousands of small businesses and families whose livelihoods will also be put at risk. The UAW strike and indeed the ‘summer of strikes’ is the natural result of the Biden administration’s ‘whole of government’ approach to promoting unionization at all costs. For the 94% of American private sector workers not in a union, the costs are starting to stack up – from increasing consumer costs – now for new cars – to sudden loss in business for those in related industries like auto suppliers, restaurants and caterers whose customers are now on strike....................Strike

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Wickham Tractor Company

18875 CR 24 Sterling, CO 80751 (970) 521-9999

Virtual Marketplace

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There a few days left to register for the Christmas gift program through HALO (see flyer Facebook page). Please share!! Family Resource Center will be providing Christmas gifts for only children currently attending FRC programs since the HALO option is available to all others.

Family Resource Center

CSU Regional Engagement Center

Viaero Wireless

516 West Main St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 521-9912

Registration Opens For 'Cook The Books'

Adults can now register for the "Cook the Books" program through Oct. 6. Participants can choose a recipe from one of the many books at the library and bring it in for a potluck on Oct. 12. Please call the library at 970-522-2023 or stop in for more details.

Sterling Public Library

Join us Wed., Sept. 27 at 10:30 a.m. for History Café in the High Plains Education Center at the Overland Trail Museum. Museum staff members - Zach Pomeroy, Brian Jesteadt and Josiah Wright -have chosen a topic or a story that has captured their interest and we are sure these stories will interest you as well. Coffee tea and muffins will be served so RSVP at 970-522-3895. ................Overland Trail Museum

AFRS Recovery

Lego Building Challenge

Stop by the library for a LEGO Building Challenge from 2-3:30 pm on Mon., Oct. 2. Participants can choose a recipe from one of the many books at the library and bring it in for a potluck on Oct. 12. Please call the library at 970-522-2023 or stop in for more details.

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Sterling Correctional Facility
12101 Hwy. 61           Sterling, CO 80751          (970) 521-5010

B2B Power  

Sterling Creatives...

First Presbyterian Church...

Re-1 Valley Schools
301 Hagen St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-0792


Fundraiser To Help

Foster Children

The Sterling Elks Lodge is raising awareness and funds for Logan County's children in foster care on Sat., Oct 7 from 5 -8 p.m.. There will be chili, cinnamon rolls, music, and a silent auction. All funds raised will be placed into the Step Out for Kids Program led by the Resource Unit of Logan County's Department of Human Services. Leading up the the chili supper, be on the look out for posts of donations that will be placed in the silent auction. Tickets cost $6 per person and can be purchased at the door.

.......................Chili Fundraiser

Windsong Spaces Out - come see the adventures of the Starship Windsong. Lots of great singing

and a few laughs. Special guest quartet is Kindred, the Region 8 2023 Championship quartet..

Windsong Chorus...

Early Childhood Council Logan, Phillips, Sedgwick  

Great Western Tire

1020 W. Main St.          Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-4141

Ballot Initiative Forum

Set For Oct. 11

Democrat, Unaffiliated and Republican citizens are invited to the Colorado Ballot Initiative Forum hosted by former Senator and current Logan County Commissioner Jerry Sonnenberg. Commissioner Sonnenberg will present the "yes" and "no" side of each ballot initiative.

Everyone is welcome.

.......................Ballot Initiative Forum

Cornhole Benefit To Help Pay

Frank Baray's Medical Costs

An October corn hole tournament will benefit Frank Baray, who is battling Stage 4 Cancer. The event will be held Sat., Oct 14 at the Sterling Elks Lodge starting at 9:30 a.m. If you wish to pre-register for the cornhole tournament you can below but please don't pay there - just pay the $50 per team at the tournament.

Cornhole Benefit

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Caliche Foundation

Sterling Regional Center

Sterling Regional MedCenter

615 Fairhurst St.     Sterling, CO 80751        (970) 522-0122

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Did you know that joining a chamber of commerce can help your company gain access to valuable resources and exposure in the community? A business's

visibility and trustworthiness in the community can improve greatly by joining the chamber of commerce. The mission of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce

is to strengthen business ties and foster economic development in the county.

For additional information on how joining the Logan County Chamber

can help your business, please call (970) 522- 5070.

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220 Edwards Ave     Sterling, CO 80751         (970) 522-3647

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223 Main St. .........Sterling, CO 80751........  (970) 425-2082

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