A Personal Note From
Dr. Ralph R. Reynolds, DMD, MD
Be Thankful for Animal Friendship
By Dr. Robin Downing
Let me start by introducing myself, I am Dr. Ralph R. Reynolds, DMD, MD. I am a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (OMS) with offices in Loveland and Greeley. You can follow this link to my website for more detailed information about my practice Reynolds Oral & Facial Surgery. I have removed wisdom teeth from thousands of patience as well as two of my five children.
But, why do we have wisdom teeth?
It is traditional at this time of the year to take an inventory of what is right in our lives—what we have to be thankful for. For those of us who share our lives with pets, these beings with lives more fragile than our own, we have special blessings in which we partake each and every day. Our relationships with pets have changed over the past few decades. Pets have made a grand migration from the backyard to the bedroom.
By Angeline Grenz
Midtown retail redevelopment
opens in phases.
Something old and many things new—the redevelopment of the Foothills shopping center brings back old favorites and introduces new choices for Fort Collins-area residents who are tired of trekking down I-25 to find a new pair of shoes.
’Tis the Season for Giving
By Malini Bartels
Plenty of Opportunities to Help Exist in Northern Colorado
Charitable giving is vital to provide a special holiday for many Northern Colorado families who don’t have resources or are down on their luck. Fortunately, the holidays spark that innate human desire to provide, love and help others.
Mummo's Cinnamon Rolls, Küken and Memories in the Making
By Michelle Venus
Dani Grant and Matt Hoeven are perhaps the busiest people in Fort Collins.
Parents to three girls—Abbott, Gretta and Evelyn—the couple own Chipper’s Lanes (five locations strong) and the Mishawaka Amphitheatre. Dani is also a founder of SpokesBUZZ, a music incubator supporting local artists and venues.
The Heart Attack
A Sandwich Fit for a Football Champ
By Kyle Eustice
If there’s one thing Super Bowl Champion John Howell knows how to do, it’s eat.
The former professional football player had to maintain a high-protein, high-calorie diet to keep up with the demands of the sport, which included four years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and two years with the Seattle Seahawks.