Happy Thanksgiving! What are you getting into today? Visiting with family and friends?
I’m headed up to Conifer this morning to spend the day with my partner’s family. Here’s what we conjured up in the kitchen for today’s feast. What’s your favorite thanksgiving dish to bring and eat on Thanksgiving?
Remember, a nap post-turkey is always a good idea.
Alone for the holiday? Consider heading to the Silver Cliff Inn today from noon to 3p. They are hosting their annual community Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s what’s on the menu: Turkey, ham, mashed taters and gravy, dressing, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, roll, beverage and dessert.
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The National Weather Service forecasts mostly cloudy skies with a 30 percent chance of snow showers. Highs in the lower 30s. North winds 10 to 20 mph. Tonight: Mostly clear. Lows 6 to 11. West winds up to 10 mph. Hazardous Weather Outlook: Light snow showers are likely this morning and afternoon for areas along and around the Palmer Divide and Raton Mesa regions. These snow showers could cause slushy accumulations and slick roads during the day.
Another storm at the start of next week could bring more impactful winter weather to southern Colorado, especially during the day Tuesday.
If you’re traveling today or tomorrow, I suggest visiting COtrip.org for real time updates on road conditions in Colorado.
road & highways
ROAD CLOSURE: Construction on the 600 block of Main Street will run through November 30th.
Highway 96 will be closed on and off through this project.
For more information, call 719-783-2615 or email email@example.com
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San Carlos Ranger District
CAÑON CITY, Colo. — The Bureau of Land Management is preparing to conduct pile burns in nine locations this winter.
Pile burns could occur as early as November 2022 and could continue through April 2023, depending on weather and fuel moisture conditions. Smoke from the pile burns will be visible throughout the day of the burn, mostly during the warmest part of the day. With cooler temperatures in the evening, smoke may linger and accumulate in low-lying areas.
Notifications of confirmed burns will be published on the BLM Colorado Fire facebook and twitter accounts, which can be found at:
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For those looking for COVID vaccines or boosters in or outside of Custer County – Click here.
Colorado Department of Public health and Environment updates Class-to-clinic Locator. The online tool lists more than 2,200 schools and closest COVID-19 omicron vaccine providers. You can find more information on how to use the tool by visiting the Custer County Public Health Agency’s facebook page and view the latest press release.
mark your calendars
Thursday, November 24th
Silver Cliff Mountain Inn will be hosting our popular community Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 24. It’s free to all our Custer County customers, neighbors and friends. This is our way of saying thank you to all of you that have supported us. No reservation needed – we will serve from noon to 3:00. Menu will include Turkey, ham, mashed taters and gravy, dressing, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, roll, beverage and dessert. This is always a fun time and a chance to catch up with old friends and make new ones.