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Primitive Blessings Antiques Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Primitive Blessings Antiques Celebrates One Year Anniversary

   CONGRATULATIONS to Primitive Blessings Antiques, a unique antique store you must visit on Hwy 285 in Pine! They are celebrating their one year anniversary. Sometimes the first year is the hardest. So, we, at Mountain States Collector, want to recognize this charming venture.    Primitive Blessings’ Owners Ron and Debra VanWyhe have created a different atmosphere in their antique store and […]

by · July 12, 2019 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Rocky Mountain Antique Festival Returns to Loveland July 13 and 14

Rocky Mountain Antique Festival Returns to Loveland July 13 and 14

   Heritage Event Company’s Rocky Mountain Antique Festival will return to Loveland, July 13 & 14 at the First National Bank Building on the grounds of the Ranch Events Complex. Held indoors, this event features a sold out dealer floor filled with quality antiques and authentic vintage brought by 50 dealers from 12 different states.    Antique shoppers look forward to this […]

by · July 12, 2019 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Elvis Presley Collectibles for Every Budget

Elvis Presley Collectibles for Every Budget

By Barry Krause    “By the latter part of 1956, there were already hundreds of items that appeared in every department store, drugstore, specialty shop and music store in the country. There were bubble gum cards, pin-back buttons, handkerchiefs, dolls, guitars, billfolds, photograph albums and… you could even buy sideburns from a coin-operated machine,” says the Elvis Presley collectibles section of […]

by · July 12, 2019 · 0 comments · Feature Article
Summer Is Here!

Summer Is Here!

By Paula Svincek    The first day of summer is here, with the Fourth of July rapidly approaching. Florence’s Wet and Dry Parade on Independence Day is always a hit with young and old alike. Everyone is looking forward to the festivities during the three-day holiday event in Pioneer Park, as well as an opportunity to stroll the streets of Florence […]

by · July 12, 2019 · 0 comments · Feature Article
The American Eagle Symbol and Treasure

The American Eagle Symbol and Treasure

By Robert Reed    At the height of the county’s quest for independence and freedom from foreign domination, America’s leaders selected the eagle as its national symbol.    Historians note that the American eagle was officially adopted in June of 1782 by an act of the Continental Congress. It was a suitable choice.    In writing suggestions earlier to the selection committee Philadelphia […]

by · July 9, 2019 · 0 comments · Feature Article