An online platform has compiled the list of the coziest small towns across the United States, and Mancos, Colorado is named one of the coziest of the southwest. An Ag Welding workshop will be offered at Pueblo Community College and come join the fun at the Cortez Fire Protection District Halloween Firehouse. This story is sponsored by Keesee Motors and Choice Building Supply Hardware
As the weather starts to cool down and so-called cozy season begins, which towns across Colorado are the best to hole up in? According to an online dating platform, Mancos, Colorado is one. An AG welding workshop is offered by Pueblo Community College and come join the fun at the Cortez Fire Protection District Halloween Firehouse. You're watching the "Local News Roundup" brought to you by Keesee Motors and Choice Building Supply Ace Hardware. I'm Wendy Graham Settle. As fall turns into winter, many enjoy the idea of cozying up next to a fireplace or a fireplace-themed TV with a hot mug of a tasty beverage, a blanket and maybe someone special. An online matchmaking platform has compiled a list of towns across the United States it deems perfect for that exact category, and in the state of Colorado, one small southwest town made the list. Mancos, Colorado is ranked 83rd across the United States out of 170. The platform used three key features in its ranking, weather, food and activities. Mancos received six out of 20 possible points for activities, 12 out of 30 possible points for food and 35 out of 50 possible points for winter. To see the breakdown of how points are awarded and see other cozy towns that made the list, visit mydatingadvisor.com/best-small-towns-in-america. Sign up for an AG welding workshop offered at Pueblo Community College's Welding Building this fall. Three workshops are available on Tuesday, October 25th, Tuesday, November 1st, and Tuesday November 8th. Learn basic welding skills for farms and ranches. No previous welding experience is required. Class sizes are limited to 15 students, so make sure to pre-register. Classes are $100 per person and will be from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. Contact Heather Houk at 970-564-6230 or firstname.lastname@example.org to email her for more information and to register. Cortez Fire Protection District is hosting a Halloween Firehouse Monday, October 31st from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Games, activities and candy will be available, so bring the whole family down to the Firehouse at 31 North Washington Street. That's it for this week's "Local News Roundup." I'm Wendy Graham Settle.