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  • 10 places to try tapas and small plates in Fort Collins - The Coloradoan10 places to try tapas and small plates in Fort Collins - The Coloradoan

    The Coloradoan10 places to try tapas and small plates in Fort CollinsThe ColoradoanImagine enjoying a meal shared over several hours. It's a succession of small-portioned creative dishes where everyone gets just a few bites. There are bottles of wine for the table to boot. The trendy Spanish concept has trickled to Fort Collins ...

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  • Tonicia Thomas named MW Swimmer of the WeekTonicia Thomas named MW Swimmer of the Week

    Colorado State Junior Tonicia Thomas was named Mountain West Swimmer of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday afternoon. Thomas helped lead the CSU swimming program to a 5-0 record throughout the last week of competition. Thomas collected four individual awards and led the Rams to two relay victories. During CSU’s meet on Saturday against Northern […]

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  • Case against former Fort Collins animal hospital owner dismissed - The ColoradoanCase against former Fort Collins animal hospital owner dismissed - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanCase against former Fort Collins animal hospital owner dismissedThe ColoradoanProsecutors in December dismissed a sexual assault case against the former owner of Raintree Animal Hospital. Howard Robinson, 60, was arrested May 3 and later charged with felony sexual assault. The case against him was dismissed due to insufficient ...

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  • 1 injured in shooting in north Fort Collins - The Coloradoan - The Coloradoan1 injured in shooting in north Fort Collins - The Coloradoan - The Coloradoan

    The Coloradoan1 injured in shooting in north Fort Collins - The ColoradoanThe ColoradoanAbout 3 p.m., Larimer County Sheriff's deputies responded to the report of a shooting at the mobile home park at 401 N. Timberline Road.RH Line calls printed Jan. 16, 2018 - Loveland Reporter-HeraldLoveland Reporter-Heraldall 3 news articles »

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  • McGinty succeeds Peperzak as CEO of Aurora Organic DairyMcGinty succeeds Peperzak as CEO of Aurora Organic Dairy

    BOULDER – Aurora Organic Dairy said Tuesday that founder Marc Peperzak has stepped down as chief executive of the Boulder-based organic-milk producer and has been replaced by the firm’s president, Scott McGinty. Peperzak will take on the new role of executive chairman. McGinty has been with the dairy for 20 years during which time he established product distribution, led manufacturing and logistics and became president in 2010 to handle strategic initiatives. He has been involved with all aspects of the business, from capital projects and organic agriculture development, to public policies affecting the organic and dairy industries. Prior to joining Aurora, McGinty helped build the Horizon Organic Dairy brand. “We are focused on building the strength of retailer organic brands from cow to carton,” McGinty said in a prepared statement. “Our investments in the supply chain will offer our partners more product innovation and traceability than ever before.” H As executive chairman, Peperzak will work directly with Aurora Organic Dairy’s Senior Leadership Team in an advisory role, and will continue to serve as chairman of the board of directors. Aurora Organic Dairy operates organic dairy, heifer and calf farms in Colorado and Texas, as well as an organic dairy processing plant in Platteville. In  2019, Aurora expects to begin operations on its second milk plant in Columbia, Mo. The company manages nearly 12,000 organic pasture acres where its dairy cows graze during the grazing season. Approximately 75,000 additional acres are used to grow organic forages and feed crops by more than 100 independent farmers who support its farms.   The post McGinty succeeds Peperzak as CEO of Aurora Organic Dairy appeared first on BizWest.

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  • SomaLogic closes on $200 million funding roundSomaLogic closes on $200 million funding round

    BOULDER — SomaLogic capped its $200 million funding round, lead by iCarbonX, Nan Fung Life Sciences and Madryn Asset Management. The bioscience company filed a Form D with the Securities and Exchange Commission for $44 million on Jan. 10, making the end of the investment round launched last year. SomaLogic has developed the “SomaScan,” a test that can analyze 5,000 proteins in a blood sample and use them to determine what medical issues a patient might have and why they’re having symptoms. Fintan Steele, chief communications officer for SomaLogic, told BizWest that the funding will go to testing the SomaScan through clinical trials. The hope is to have a product that can be sold to end users by the end of this year. “You’re used to giving blood to test, which measures proteins but doesn’t tell you what’s causing your issue,” Steele said. “You need to measure tons of proteins to figure that out. Other tests can’t do that, but SomaLogic is measuring everything at once.” The post SomaLogic closes on $200 million funding round appeared first on BizWest.

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  • Driver arrested in connection with crash that killed Poudre student, mom - The ColoradoanDriver arrested in connection with crash that killed Poudre student, mom - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanDriver arrested in connection with crash that killed Poudre student, momThe ColoradoanA driver involved in a Fort Collins car crash that killed two people in November has been arrested. Connor Givans, 19, of New Mexico, was arrested at the Larimer County Jail on Monday for his alleged role in the Nov. 9 crash that killed 47-year-old ...

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  • Rezolute Inc. seeks $10 million in equity offeringRezolute Inc. seeks $10 million in equity offering

    LOUISVILLE — Rezolute Inc., the bioscience company formerly known as AntriaBio Inc., is seeking $10.1 million in capital. The Louisville-based company has raised nearly $138,000, according to a Form D filed Jan. 10 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. To raise the funds, Rezolute is offering equity. The company did not respond to a request for more information. Rezolute specializes in developing drug therapies for metabolic and orphan diseases, that is, rare diseases that have few pharmaceutical treatments. The company changed its name in December to reflect its focus on treating diseases that have unmet needs.   The post Rezolute Inc. seeks $10 million in equity offering appeared first on BizWest.

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  • Aspen Grove Veterinary Care adds doggy day care, overnight boardingAspen Grove Veterinary Care adds doggy day care, overnight boarding

    FORT COLLINS — Aspen Grove Veterinary Care will conduct an open house Feb. 15 for its new doggy day care and overnight boarding facility in Fort Collins called The Cabins at Aspen Grove. The 2,700-square-foot Cabins at Aspen Grove is an addition to the existing Aspen Grove Veterinary Care office at 2633 S. College Ave. The Cabins at Aspen Grove feature climate-controlled kennels and three large, shaded and mud-free play yards along with an indoor play area and onsite medical care. Guests at The Cabins will be cared for and played with by a professional kennel team and a team of veterinarians and certified veterinary technicians, said Dr. Bobby Cawthron, lead veterinarian and co-owner of Aspen Grove Veterinary Care. Kennel team members complete a comprehensive training program on dog behavior and off-leash control, Cawthron said. The open house will begin at 9 a.m., Feb. 15, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in partnership with the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce followed by guided tours at 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m., and refreshments until 2 p.m.   The post Aspen Grove Veterinary Care adds doggy day care, overnight boarding appeared first on BizWest.

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  • Nominations open for IQ Awards honoring innovationNominations open for IQ Awards honoring innovation

    LONGMONT — Nominations are open for the BizWest’s IQ Awards, which honor the “innovation quotient” among companies in the Boulder Valley — including Boulder and Broomfield counties and the Denver-Boulder corridor. The event will be held in October of 2018. The award categories and criteria: Innovator(s) of the Year honors an individual entrepreneur or researcher. An entrepreneur will be considered for fostering a culture of innovation within his or her company, while a researcher or team will be considered for a major discovery or innovation. Innovative Company of the Year recognizes a company for promoting a culture of innovation in the region. Incubator/Accelerator of the Year honors an incubator or accelerator that has had a major impact promoting innovation in the Boulder Valley. IQ Awards for Innovative Products or Services honors products and services that have demonstrated a high degree of innovation, with strong market potential. Up to 10 honorees will be named for innovative products or services, broken down into categories. Categories won’t be finalized until nominations are submitted and vetted, but the event typically draws nominations in the aerospace, bioscience, business products, clean-tech, computer hardware, computer software, consumer products, Internet, mobile apps, nonprofits, and sports and outdoors categories. Judges will be looking for products or services that are truly “innovative” — entries that stand out from the crowd, ideas that are very creative and perhaps even unique. Innovations from both new companies and those already successfully doing business will be judged. The idea should be one that can lead to a “sustainable” successful business — not just a design on a napkin but a product or service that has the best potential to help build or grow a successful company. The product or service should have been introduced to the market since Jan. 1, 2017, or at least be in a testing or beta situation where actual or potential customers already are using it. It doesn’t have to have made money, but it must show a potential for profitability and survival of the business. Priority will be given to ideas that are clever, unique and creative; not on “slickness” of marketing materials. A company that has won a previous IQ Award can win again for an entirely new product or service. Submit nominations for the IQ Awards here. The post Nominations open for IQ Awards honoring innovation appeared first on BizWest.

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  • Fort Collins are high school boys basketball statistical leaders - The ColoradoanFort Collins are high school boys basketball statistical leaders - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanFort Collins are high school boys basketball statistical leadersThe ColoradoanBelow are statistical leaders from Fort Collins area boys basketball teams. Stats are via MaxPreps, current as of Monday. Stats must be up to date in MaxPreps to be included, as well as for players to be eligible for All-Area and All-State teams. Visit ...and more »

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  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife launches updated purchasing systemColorado Parks and Wildlife launches updated purchasing system

    DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife is pleased to announce the launch of our new integrated purchasing system, serving as a one-stop shop for all CPW products, including hunting and fishing licenses, campsite reservations, OHV and snowmobile permit renewals, Colorado Outdoors magazine and more. “We are excited to offer a streamlined customer service experience by combining all prior purchasing and reservations systems into one,” said Bob Broscheid, Director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife. “Being able to plan a full trip, from parks pass to campsite to fishing license, all from one account and in a single checkout, is a huge benefit to our customers.” This new purchasing system means an account holder can use a single login to purchase any CPW product, including: All camping, cabin and yurt reservations All fishing license purchases, Including waterfowl stamps All hunting licenses, as well as checking preference points and draw status and updating application information Habitat stamps Annual and Aspen Leaf parks passes Online retail orders, including Colorado Outdoors magazine New customers and hunters and anglers who do not have existing ReserveAmerica accounts should find the process of creating an account similar to setting up any other online account, choosing a username and password and including identification information such as a birthdate and a driver’s license or state identification number. Additional details are required for purchasing hunting and fishing licenses, including your social security number and existing Customer Identification Number (CID) if applicable.  We are aware of a system challenge, specifically with existing customers who have accounts created in both CPW Reservations/ReserveAmerica and in our previous licensing system, which need to be merged into a single account in the new system. We are working to resolve this issue, but in the meantime, you may call our hunt planning and reservations teams to assist you with merging your accounts. For assistance in merging accounts, call 1-800-678-2267 and select option 2. Detailed instructions on setting up a new account, or updating your existing ReserveAmerica account, can be found on the CPW Shop FAQs page. Colorado Parks and Wildlife looks forward to helping customers plan their outdoor experiences. To learn more, and to start using the new system, visit cpw.state.co.us. The post Colorado Parks and Wildlife launches updated purchasing system appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • Volunteer Victim Advocates WantedVolunteer Victim Advocates Wanted

    The Victim Services program for Fort Collins Police Services is looking for compassionate and caring people to serve as volunteer victim advocates. Victim advocates are trained to offer emotional support and crisis intervention to crime victims. Advocates provide information on the criminal justice system, resources in the community, aid in acquiring emergency shelter, and facilitate other immediate needs. They also conduct follow-up assistance by providing victim compensation benefits information as well as updates on the status and progression of a victim’s case through preliminary stages of the judicial system. Advocates work one 12-hour shift per week. Services are provided to victims 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Applicants will be required to have a criminal history check, go through a background investigation, and will be required to attend a 45-hour training program prior to being placed in an on-call capacity. If you are interested in a rewarding volunteer opportunity, consider becoming a victim advocate. The application deadline is January 31, 2018. For more information or to apply, please contact Victim Services Supervisor Melissa Funk at (970) 224-6089 or mfunk@fcgov.com The post Volunteer Victim Advocates Wanted appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • BizWest shines spotlight on intriguing firmsBizWest shines spotlight on intriguing firms

    AEROSPACE Roccor LLC Business continues to look up for Longmont-based Roccor LLC. The aerospace supplier last year signed a licensing agreement with the Air Force Research Laboratory. Roccor is licensing patents to use Air Force Research Lab technology. Roccor said it will use those patents — called High Strain Component technology —  to help devices handle high-pressure and high-strain and use it on spacecraft solar panels. Roccor plans to mass-produce the solar panels. Roccor recently expanded its Longmont facility. “(The Research Lab’s) technology allows us to provide a more competitive deployable system solution based on performance and cost as compared to traditional mechanical systems,” Doug Campbell, Roccor’s president and CEO, said in a prepared statement. “This agreement with AFRL demonstrates the Air Force’s commitment to supporting small business and fostering greater industry growth for both commercial and government organizations.” The agreement is taking place through the Air Force’s technology-transfer program, which ensures that the military branch’s science and engineering is shared throughout the industry. Sierra Nevada  Corp. Aerospace firm Sierra Nevada Corp. is in the midst of a large-scale expansion in Louisville, one that will continue well into 2018. Sierra Nevada last year leased 101,000 square feet of additional industrial space at the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville, announcing plans in February to add up to 400 additional workers over the succeeding 18 months. Sierra leased 2000 Taylor Ave. from Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, which constructed the building in 2016 on speculation. Sierra also occupies two other buildings in the city. Sparks, Nev.-based Sierra Nevada Corp.’s Space Systems business in Louisville designs and manufactures advanced spacecraft, rocket motors and spacecraft subsystems and components for the U.S. government, commercial customers and the international market. The company employed 580 of its companywide 3,430 employees in Louisville, and plans to add more during the next 18 months, said company spokeswoman Kimberly Schwandt. Helping drive Sierra Nevada’s local growth is its Dream Chaser reusable spacecraft, which has been selected by NASA to resupply the International Space Station, beginning in 2020. Woodward Inc. Woodward Inc. (Nasdaq: WWD) attracted heightened analyst interest late in 2017, signaling that the Fort Collins-based company bears watching in the new year. The manufacturer of aerospace and industrial components beat analyst expectations for fourth-quarter profits, leading Drexel Hamilton and Credit Suisse to raise their targets for Woodward’s share price, to $94 and $80 respectively. What’s the allure that prompted Drexel Hamilton to tout Woodward’s “exciting future”? One factor is the push for more fuel-efficient aircraft. “This trend toward more fuel efficient aircraft favors our product offerings because we have more content on the newer generation of aircraft that have recently entered service or are scheduled to go into production over the next several years,” the company reported in its most-recent 10K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Woodward also is experiencing significant growth in China, particularly for its engine-control technologies, as the country expands use of natural-gas-fueled buses and trucks “We saw significant increases in sales of […] The post BizWest shines spotlight on intriguing firms appeared first on BizWest.

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  • Master Food Safety Advisors Fill a Vital Role for Larimer CountyMaster Food Safety Advisors Fill a Vital Role for Larimer County

    It’s a busy place. The Larimer County Extension Office gets lots of calls year-round home food safety and preservation.  How long can I keep leftovers?  How do I safely thaw a turkey?  How do I preserve tomatoes?  How do I adjust my canning for altitude?  The questions are varied, seasonal and endless! So, how does the Extension Office manage to answer all these calls, conduct presentations and workshops as well as numerous other efforts to provide credible, up-to-date food safety information?  With the great work by our dedicated volunteers called, Master Food Safety Advisors, who assist Extension food safety educators. The Larimer County Office of Colorado State University Extension is recruiting volunteers to become Master Food Safety Advisors.  MFSA trainees receive 30 hours of hands-on, research-tested food safety and preservation instruction.  Applications for the 2018 program are due by February 9 and training will begin in March.  After completing the training and passing a written exam, MFSA volunteers give back 30 hours of service helping others practice safe food handling and preserving food successfully at home. Volunteers conduct demonstrations and workshops, test pressure canner gauges, staff exhibits at county fairs or farmers markets, write articles and answer phone calls and emails. Have a food safety or food preservation question?  Interested in becoming a CSU Larimer County Extension Master Food Safety Advisor?  Know someone who might have an interest?  For more information, contact Edie McSherry at 498-6008 or emcsherry@larimer.org.  For complete Master Food Safety Advisor Program details visit the Larimer County Extension website larimer.colostate.edu/. The post Master Food Safety Advisors Fill a Vital Role for Larimer County appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • Mother of slain Fort Collins woman asks for help in case - The ColoradoanMother of slain Fort Collins woman asks for help in case - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanMother of slain Fort Collins woman asks for help in caseThe ColoradoanThe mother of the 41-year-old found dead in Lory State Park last week is asking anyone who might know something about what led to her death to tell police. "My daughter, Kimberlee Graves," E.C. Waller paused, the words tough to get out. "Has been ...and more »

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  • Boulder-based Snarfs to continue expansion in 2018Boulder-based Snarfs to continue expansion in 2018

    DENVER – Boulder-based Snarf’s is planning to open three new locations in 2018 and adding more burger shops to its portfolio. Last month, the sandwich chain announced it would open a new Snarf’s at 25th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Denver. Business Den reports that Snarfburger will take over a former Western Union check-cashing business at 2535 Federal Blvd. And the sandwich side will take over the Nu-Leaf Dispensary next door, spokeswoman Holly Moran said. The company hasn’t announced opening dates. It also plans to add a Snarfburger store next to the existing Snarf’s sandwich shop on Capitol Hill. Jim “Snarf” Seidel founded Snarfburger in Boulder in 2013. He founded the Snarf sandwich chain in 1996. In late 2017, the company opened a South Broadway location. Like the new Federal location, the Broadway Snarf’s is an older building. Moran said Seidel enjoys finding older Denver buildings and giving them new life as part of the chain. Snarf’s also is slated to open at Denver International Airport, according to its website. The company is expanding to the mountains as well, where a Snarf’s and Snarfburger are set to open near the Outlets at Silverthorne. Once they’re open, Snarf’s will have 18 stores in Colorado, as well as stops in Illinois, Missouri and Texas. Snarfburger has locations in Boulder and Chicago. The post Boulder-based Snarfs to continue expansion in 2018 appeared first on BizWest.

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  • Homes in Lakewood’s West Line Village sold before finishedHomes in Lakewood’s West Line Village sold before finished

    LAKEWOOD – Citing strong interest in its first batch of 28 homes, DIRC Homes, Trailbreak Partners and T.O.D. Properties announced last week that sales have officially opened for Phase 2 of West Line Village. The Denver Post reports that the 175-residence development, named for the nearby light-rail line that is also the project’s chief amenity, is coming out of the ground now near the intersection of West 10th Avenue and Depew Street in the suburban city west of Denver. As of last week, 24 of the initial batch of 28 homes had been sold despite crews only breaking ground on them in October, according to Jeff Plous, West Line Village’s sales manager. Since last week’s announcement about Phase 2, buyers have already claimed two of the 29 homes included in that group. The homes are market rate, ranging in price from $275,000 to the mid-$400,000s, and offer a variety of floor plans in sizes ranging from 800 square feet up to around 1,400 square feet, Plous said. The post Homes in Lakewood’s West Line Village sold before finished appeared first on BizWest.

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  • LTTE: A response to ‘hookup culture is pretty great’LTTE: A response to ‘hookup culture is pretty great’

    Editor’s Note: All opinion section content reflects the views of the individual author only and does not represent a stance taken by the Collegian or its editorial board. Letters to the Editor reflect the view of a member of the campus community and are submitted to the publication for approval. This letter is in response […]

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  • Rams cap perfect week with two weekend victoriesRams cap perfect week with two weekend victories

    The Colorado State swimming and diving team capped off a perfect 5-0 week in dual meets with wins over Northern Arizona and Northern Colorado last weekend. The first meet of the weekend came Saturday afternoon when the Rams faced off against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks at Moby Pool. Coming off three consecutive wins against Mountain […]

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  • Fort Collins marches to ‘rise up and take action’ for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. DayFort Collins marches to ‘rise up and take action’ for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Members of Fort Collins gathered to “Rise Up and Take Action” against the inequalities that still persist within the United States.  Around 800 citizens from all around Fort Collins marched through Old Town on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and ended with a rally in the Colorado State University Lory Student Center.  Members of the […]

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  • Crime update: Fort Collins police search for armed robbery suspect, SWAT team detains burglar in LaporteCrime update: Fort Collins police search for armed robbery suspect, SWAT team detains burglar in Laporte

    An undisclosed amount of money and pepper balls were not found in the stockings of Fort Collins residents over Colorado State University’s winter break.  Here is a collection of the crimes from in and around the Fort Collins area while students celebrated the holidays.  Dec. 11: Police search for suspect in bank robbery  According to […]

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  • Winter roundup: What you missed in CSU athletics this breakWinter roundup: What you missed in CSU athletics this break

    Though students at Colorado State enjoyed a month off from classes between first and second semester, the schools’ athletic programs stayed busy over the break. The men’s basketball, women’s basketball and swimming and diving teams continued their seasons while the indoor track and field season began. The football program also made some noise during the […]

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  • CSU collects 795 toys in first annual Toys for Tots campaignCSU collects 795 toys in first annual Toys for Tots campaign

    Colorado State University’s first annual Toys for Tots campaign brought in nearly 800 toys for children in Larimer County, according to event coordinator Janet Mabon. The 795 toys—which included sports equipment, board games, Legos, Hot Wheels, stuffed animals and dolls—were distributed to various charities, non-profits and governmental agencies over the holiday season. “I felt the […]

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  • We saw hate on our campus last semester. Help us document it.We saw hate on our campus last semester. Help us document it.

    This semester, we want to continue reporting hate on our campus, but we also want to document it in a meaningful way. And, we need your help to do it.

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  • 8 UCA events to see this spring8 UCA events to see this spring

    New year, new art. The University Center for the Arts is known for their work in performance and visual arts while showing off the talent of Colorado State University students and faculty. As the spring semester begins, the UCA gets ready to host the dance shows, concerts, plays, art exhibits and more. Here are some […]

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    With every new year comes a chance to experiment and expand your horizons. If you are looking to enlarge your musical tastes consider going to concerts you normally would not attend. Fort Collins’ own Aggie Theatre offers dozens of concerts spanning a variety of genres. Here are five performances at the Aggie Theatre worth looking […]

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  • Crafted in Old Town Fort Collins closes - The ColoradoanCrafted in Old Town Fort Collins closes - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanCrafted in Old Town Fort Collins closesThe ColoradoanCrafted, an Old Town Fort Collins restaurant, closed Saturday. The restaurant had opened in August, offering tacos, small plates and an extensive craft beer list. The establishment was the third restaurant since 2015 to operate at 130 S. Mason St. "We ...

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  • Fossil Ridge girls swimmers bumped from top spot but likely not for long - The ColoradoanFossil Ridge girls swimmers bumped from top spot but likely not for long - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanFossil Ridge girls swimmers bumped from top spot but likely not for longThe Coloradoan9-10 at EPIC in Fort Collins. Preps:Fossil Ridge's Sophia Smith youngest named to U.S. U-20 soccer team. Coleen Gillilian won the 100-yard butterfly and 200 freestyle, Zoe Bartel the 100 breaststroke and 200 individual medley, and Kylee Alons the 50 ...

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  • Hundreds march in Fort Collins for MLK Day - The Coloradoan - The ColoradoanHundreds march in Fort Collins for MLK Day - The Coloradoan - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanHundreds march in Fort Collins for MLK Day - The ColoradoanThe ColoradoanColorado State University organizes the annual event in honor of the late American civil rights icon.Fort Collins marches to 'rise up and take action' for Dr. Martin Luther ...Rocky Mountain Collegianall 4 news articles »

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  • 2018: A Look Ahead – Commissioner Steve Johnson2018: A Look Ahead – Commissioner Steve Johnson

    What’s your New Year’s Resolution? January is a time to look back on the old and look forward to the new. At Larimer County government, we take this opportunity to focus on our goals for 2018 and what we hope to achieve in the coming year. Increased access to mental health services remains at the top of our agenda. The need is great with one in five struggling with a mental health issue, and Northern Colorado experiencing among the highest suicide rate, and the tragedy of teen suicides in every one of our communities. We have the very best physical health care in the nation but to be a great community we must have excellent mental health options for all our residents as well. We are working with stakeholders in every part of the county to develop a better strategy to present to voters. Our local businesses, schools, families, and our criminal justice system will all continue to bear the cost of unmet mental health needs in the community if we don’t fill the gaps that currently exist. The good news is working together, we can. Transportation is critical to the activities of our daily lives and the economic vitality of our region. We continue to make improvements to I-25 because of the unprecedented level of funding cooperation between all local governments in Northern Colorado. By working together, we are seeing work right now on increasing the capacity and safety of our interstate, improvements that would not have happened for decades into the future without this collaboration. Affordable housing is one of the most pressing challenges facing our area. Whether you are a renter looking for a place to live, a business seeking to attract employees who can afford to live here, or just looking for a home to buy, you know housing prices are increasingly out of reach. Larimer County is continuing to work with a broad group of stakeholders to develop strategies to help make housing more attainable. For the first time ever, Larimer County is working on a Facilities and Capital Improvements Master Plan to maintain, improve, and maximize the value of all of our facilities to our citizens. There are several key parts of that effort. We are beginning the process of implementing the Master Plan for the Ranch, our fairgrounds, which the voters funded last November with the extension of the ranch sales tax. The Loveland County Building, which is taking shape and will be occupied later this year, will dramatically improve county services in the south half of our county. Finally, we operate the only jail in our county, and it is over capacity as our population has grown. We’re looking for ways to expand that facility in a wise and efficient manner and employ strategies to provide appropriate alternative sentencing measures. All of us at Larimer County wish you a Happy New Year and are honored to do our part in making our communities even better places to be. Larimer County Commissioner Steve Johnson is one of three Commissioners representing District 2 in Larimer County The post 2018: A Look Ahead – Commissioner Steve Johnson appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • NFRMPO Elects New Chair and Vice Chair for 2018NFRMPO Elects New Chair and Vice Chair for 2018

    Fort Collins, Colorado—The North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Council, the lead planning organization for transportation and air quality in Northern Colorado, has elected a new Chair and Vice Chair for 2018.  The Chair is Larimer County Commissioner, Tom Donnelly, and Town of Windsor Mayor, Kristie Melendez, is Vice Chair. Larimer County Commissioner Tom Donnelly was elected by the membership of the MPO after having served as Vice-Chair in 2017. Donnelly also previously served as chairman of the MPO in both 2011 and 2012. “I’m honored to have been elected to lead the MPO organization during this critical time for our regional transportation system. It’s clear that our local governments are working well together,” Donnelly said. Donnelly cited the recently completed Berthoud ‘climbing lane’ on I-25 is an example of MPO funding serving as a catalyst to move an important transportation project forward. The MPO works to promote a regional perspective on transportation and air quality issues in the region and is comprised of elected officials of the 15 member governments, one from each of the towns and cities in Northern Colorado, as well as Weld and Larimer Counties, the State Air Pollution Control Division, and the Transportation Commission of Colorado. Commissioner Donnelly can be contacted at donnelt@larimer.org Mayor Kristie Melendez began serving on the NFRMPO Council in 2012. She has served on the Finance Committee since early 2017 and will be the committee’s Chair in 2018. She became Windsor’s first female mayor in 2016 after serving as Mayor Pro Tem for two years and Town Board Member for District 4 beginning in 2010. She currently serves on the North I-25 and Hwy 34 Coalitions, Lariat Loop Board as President, Windsor Downtown Development Authority Board, DDA Marketing Committee as the Marketing Chair, Northern Colorado Regional Tourism Authority as Chair, Upstate Colorado Economic Development Board, Off System Bridge Grant Committee, and is involved with many other local organizations in the region. For the last 17 years Melendez, has worked in a variety of development, marketing, management and sales roles, while operating a full-service agency, Smart Marketing, LLC. In the tenure of her company she has formed partnerships and relationships with dozens of local Chambers of Commerce, municipalities, elected officials, and 100’s of businesses in Colorado through effective collaboration and relationship building efforts. One of her career highlights was working with former Denver Mayor, Wellington E. Webb, on a series of projects from 2008-2010 that inspired her to act on her political dream. As a CSU graduate and fourth generation Windsorite, Melendez’s roots to her family and the community go back to 1912 when her great grandparents immigrated to the US from Grimm Russia. She credits the values instilled in her by her family and church upbringing vital to the success she has reached to date. She hopes her involvement in the North Front Range Region will make a difference for generations to come. She has been married for 31 years to her high school sweetheart and has raised two beautiful daughters. Mayor Melendez can be contacted at kmelendez@windsorgov.com. The post NFRMPO Elects New Chair and Vice Chair for 2018 appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • Poudre Valley REA conducting installs with helicopter in Poudre CanyonPoudre Valley REA conducting installs with helicopter in Poudre Canyon

    Hewlett Gulch Trailhead and brief road closures on HWY 14 will occur Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association (PVREA) will be removing and installing new electric poles with a helicopter on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 in lower Poudre Canyon. For safety purposes and in cooperating with the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland, certain areas of the canyon and trailheads will be closed and brief road closures on Highway 14 will occur while PVREA completes the work. The general public can expect brief and periodic road closures on Highway 14 from Smith Bridge to Hewlett Gulch trailhead. In addition, Hewlett Gulch Trailhead will be closed on January 16 to all members of the public during the construction. PVREA anticipates the helicopter work to be completed and reopen Hewlett Gulch Trailhead by noon onJanuary 16, 2018. PVREA uses a helicopter to complete power line construction in areas where it is deemed too dangerous for bucket trucks to access the area, such as very hilly and rocky terrain. The helicopter is registered with the Federal Aviation Administration and is experienced in utility line work. For the safety of the general public, road closures and trailhead closures are necessary during helicopter flight. The helicopter cannot fly over any members of the public; in addition, any homes in which the helicopter must fly over, will be evacuated. These homeowners were notified by PVREA. PVREA will remove 28 existing poles and replace with new poles. This work is part of the PVREA’s construction work plan which maintains reliable and safe electricity to its members. All construction work with the helicopter has been arranged with the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland. PVREA is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric distribution cooperative serving more than 41,000 homes and businesses in Larimer, Weld, and Boulder Counties in Northern Colorado. The post Poudre Valley REA conducting installs with helicopter in Poudre Canyon appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • Colorado Runner Sets Goal 40 Years Ago To Log 100,000 MilesColorado Runner Sets Goal 40 Years Ago To Log 100,000 Miles

    Car Crashes Through Guardrail; I-70 Closed Eastbound I-70 was closed late Sunday morning while rescuers attempted to reach a person trapped in a vehicle that left the highway and landed in a creek. 'Kept Telling Her How Much I Loved Her': Coloradans React To False Missile Threat An alert warning those in Hawaii of an imminent missile attack struck fear in many.

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  • Organizers Prepare For MLK Marade As Bitter Cold EntersOrganizers Prepare For MLK Marade As Bitter Cold Enters

    Organizers Prepare For MLK Marade As Bitter Cold Enters Coloradans will again march down Colfax Avenue as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday morning. Lack Of Parking Raising Concerns In Ski Resorts The frustration many visitors are finding in the high country is not on the dreaded drive on Interstate 70 to the ski resorts, but actually finding a parking spot once they arrive.

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  • Opinion: Fort Collins staff doesn't support Old Town locker proposal - The ColoradoanOpinion: Fort Collins staff doesn't support Old Town locker proposal - The Coloradoan

    The ColoradoanOpinion: Fort Collins staff doesn't support Old Town locker proposalThe ColoradoanFort Collins staff members have heard strong opinions from supporters and critics about the locker proposal.This City in Colorado is Fighting Back Against ISPs by Building Their ...Interesting Engineeringall 3 news articles »

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  • Colorado Legislature's initial bills include proposed laws from Boulder County lawmakersColorado Legislature's initial bills include proposed laws from Boulder County lawmakers

    A Nissan Leaf is plugged in at a charging station on Wednesday at Valley Nissan in Longmont A bill introduced by Sen. Vicki Marble, a Fort Collins Republican whose district extends through southwest Weld County into Broomfield, iwould repeal a state income-tax credit now available for people who buy or lease such "innovative motor vehicles" as electric or hybrid-electric cars. The Colorado General Assembly has 100 members.

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  • Campsites Filling Fast at Larimer County Parks and Open SpacesCampsites Filling Fast at Larimer County Parks and Open Spaces

    LOVELAND, Colo. – Larimer County Department of Natural Resources anticipates another busy summer at its campgrounds and encourages people planning to camp at them to reserve their sites soon. Larimer County offers camping at Horsetooth, Flatiron and Pinewood reservoirs; Carter Lake; and Hermit Park Open Space. In addition to tent and RV campsites, Larimer County offers camper cabins at Horsetooth Reservoir and Hermit Park and tipis at Flatiron Reservoir. Campgrounds at Horsetooth Reservoir are pretty much full from Memorial Day weekend to early July, even during weekdays. Other campgrounds are filling fast. Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance, so many of Larimer County’s most popular campsites are already full through early July at all campgrounds. “If you plan to make a reservation, remember that 180-day window,” said Reservation Specialist Brad Frye. “Think ahead when making reservations for later this summer, or plan a mid-week stay when campgrounds can be quieter and more campsite options may be available. Also, consider camping at a new location, like the South Shore Campground at Carter Lake with new and recently renovated campsites, or Hermit Park Open Space near Estes Park with cabins perfect for chilly nights in the mountains.” To make a reservation, please visit www.larimercamping.com or call (800) 397-7795. For more information on entrance fees, campground amenities, reservoirs and open spaces, visit www.larimer.org/naturalresources or call (970) 619-4570. The post Campsites Filling Fast at Larimer County Parks and Open Spaces appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • LARIMER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ SCHEDULE Jan 15 – Jan 19, 2018LARIMER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ SCHEDULE Jan 15 – Jan 19, 2018

    Monday, January 15, 2018 County Offices will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holiday     Tuesday, January 16, 2018 8:30am – 9:00am Commissioner Gaiter will participate in the New Employee Orientation, Hearing Room, 1st Floor 9:00am – 11:00am  Public Comment, Administrative Matters, and Consent Agenda Approval/Document Execution by Board of County Commissioners (BCC). Specific agenda items for Administrative Matters and Consent Agenda are viewable in the BCC Office on the 2nd Floor, and at www.larimer.org/bocc/commissioners-meetings/internet-broadcasts-commissioners-meetings. Legal Matters with Jeannine Haag, County Attorney 12:00pm – 1:00pm Commissioner Donnelly may attend the Community Corrections Advisory Board Meeting, Carter Lake Conference Room, 1st Floor 1:30pm – 2:30pm Administrative Direction to County Management, Sprague Lake Conference Room, 2nd Floor 3:00pm – 3:30pm  Assessment Hearing for U B U LID-2017-1 Wednesday, January 17, 2018 8:00am – 9:30am Commissioner Donnelly will visit with citizens at Fireside Cafe @Group Publishing, 1515 Cascade Avenue, Loveland. Guests are Laurie Stolen, Larimer County’s Behavioral Health Project Director, and Lorenda Volker, Assistant County Manager who will be giving updates on Mental Health Matters 9:00am – 9:30am Commissioner Johnson will participate in Kids Pak, 2600 North Lincoln, Loveland 10:00am – 5:00pm Commissioner Gaiter may attend State Board of Health Meeting, Department of Health & Environment, 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Denver 6:00pm – 7:30pm Commissioner Donnelly will visit with citizens at Grimm Brothers Brewhouse, 623 Denver Avenue, Loveland.  Guests are Laurie Stolen, Larimer County’s Behavioral Health Project Director, and Lorenda Volker, Assistant County Manager who will be giving updates on Mental Health Matters Thursday, January 18, 2018 3:30pm – 4:30pm Opioid Litigation Presentation – possible executive session regarding the topic (C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b) conferences with an attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions) ñ no decision anticipated 7:00pm – 9:00pm Commissioner Gaiter may attend the Board of Health meeting, Larimer County Health Department, 1525 Blue Spruce, Fort Collins Friday, January 19, 2018 Open Schedule Highlighted meetings are of greater public interest.Policy Decision will be made at this meeting. Indicates televised meeting on Comcast Fort Collins Cable Channel 14, U.S. Cable Channel 16, and Loveland Cable Channel 16.  Meeting will be broadcast on the internet at the address: larimer.org/bocc/commissioners-meetings/internet-broadcasts-commissioners-meetings Larimer County will make reasonable accommodations and will make special communication arrangement for persons with disabilities.  Please call 498-7010 for assistance.Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are held in the Commissioners’ Conference Room of the Larimer County Courthouse, 200 West Oak, Fort Collins, Colorado. Agenda is subject to change.The Larimer County Virtual Courthouse is available on the web at www.larimer.org MEETINGS OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS FOR THE WEEK OF January 15-19, 2018 January 16 12:00pm Community Corrections Advisory Board Meeting- Carter Lake Conference Room, 1st Floor 1:30pm Estes Valley Planning Commission – Estes Park Town Hall Board Room, 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park 7:00pm Canceled – LaPorte Planning Advisory Committee –  West Ft Collins Water District, 2711 N Overland Trail, LaPorte January 17 5:00pm Planning Commission Dinner, Beau Jo’s, 205 N College Ave, Fort Collins 6:30pm Planning Commission – Hearing Room, 1st Floor January 18 7:00pm Board of Health – Health Department, 1525 Blue Spruce, Fort Collins Extension Services Committee meetings will be posted on the bulletin board by the public entrance to the Extension Office at 1525 Blue Spruce, Fort Collins, Colorado; or contact the Extension Office at 498-6000 for further information. The post LARIMER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ SCHEDULE Jan 15 – Jan 19, 2018 appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • The County Commissioners’ Agenda for the week of 1/16, 2018The County Commissioners’ Agenda for the week of 1/16, 2018

    Administrative Matters This meeting will be recorded, broadcast online and archived.     January 16, 2018, 9:00 AM to 10:05 AM Commissioners’ Conference Room 200 West Oak Street, Fort Collins Agenda: PLEASE NOTE: Scheduled times are subject to change. Pledge of Allegiance 9:00 AM Public Comment All who wish to comment must follow the Rules and Procedures for Public Comment as established by the Board of County Commissioners. 9:01 AM Approval of the Minutes for the Week of January 8, 2018 9:15 AM Review of the Schedule for the Week of January 22, 2018 Brenda Gimeson, Business Operations Manager 9:16-9:20 AM Consent Agenda – is intended to allow the Board of County Commissioners to spend its time and energy on the other items on the agenda. Staff recommends approval of the Consent Agenda. Any Commissioner may request an item on this calendar to be “pulled” off the Consent Agenda and considered separately. Agenda items pulled from the Consent Agenda will be considered separately immediately after the Board takes action on the remainder of the Consent Agenda. The Consent Calendar consists of items of no perceived controversy and routine administrative actions. * Action Items, Abatements, Agreements, Deeds, Resolutions, Liquor Licenses, and Misc. * Final Plat for Ferguson One Townhome Subdivision * Final Plat for Ferguson Two Townhome Subdivision 9:20 AM Comments from Commissioners’ Guests Introduction by Inviting Commissioner 9:20-9:25 AM Funding for Juvenile Diversion Coordinator Salary Jane Bradley, Administrative Manager; Jenny Ellison, Chief Deputy District Attorney 9:25-9:35 AM Update on Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Implementation Coordination of MOUs with Partners Joni Friedman, Workforce Center Director; 9:35-9:45 AM County Manager Update – This portion of the agenda is for the County Manager or her delegate to update the Board on administrative and other minor items that do not require any in-depth discussion or are for informational purposes only. Linda Hoffmann, County Manager 9:45-9:55 AM Commissioner Activity Reports – Individually, commissioners often represent the county on various committees and task forces, as well as serve as liaisons to county boards and commissions. This portion of the agenda is for individual commissioners to inform the rest of the Board of county activities they have been involved in over the past week. 9:55-10:05 AM Legal Matters Upcoming Board Work Session Items* Emergency Management Update Lori Hodges, Emergency Management Director     The post The County Commissioners’ Agenda for the week of 1/16, 2018 appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • Colorado History: Cal Carter a " the last gold miner in MasonvilleColorado History: Cal Carter a " the last gold miner in Masonville

    The Carter Cemetery is on a ridge west of the Masonville Road on private property.

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  • Loveland MLK concert sold outLoveland MLK concert sold out

    Phil Wiggins, left, and George Kilby Jr., renowned blues musicians will perform a musical history lesson titled "Racism, Reconciliation, and the Blues" as part of the Loveland Martin Luther King Jr. community celebration on Monday.

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  • Loveland hosts talented pups at Longs Peak Dog Training Club obedience and rally trialsLoveland hosts talented pups at Longs Peak Dog Training Club obedience and rally trials

    Donna Smith, of Salt Lake City, Utah, walks away after telling Mariah, a 4-year-old West Highland white terrier, to stay.

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  • Stabbing Arrest in LovelandStabbing Arrest in Loveland

    PHOTO LARIMER COUNTY SHERIFF (Twitter – @larimersheriff) On January 10, 2018, at approximately 7:48 p.m., the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a disturbance in the 800 block of 4th Street Southeast in Loveland. Deputies arrived and learned an adult male had been stabbed on his arm and leg and the suspect had fled the scene. Deputies responded and located the suspect in the immediate area with a knife in his possession. The investigation determined Carl Marion Smith (07/05/1968) of Loveland stabbed the victim following an argument. The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was treated at a local hospital. Smith was arrested and booked into the Larimer County Jail on allegations of 2nd Degree Assault, a Class 4 Felony. His bond was set at $5,000 and his booking photo is attached. No further information will be released at this time as the investigation is ongoing. The charges are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty. The post Stabbing Arrest in Loveland appeared first on North Forty News.

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  • Women taking their right to go topless to US state's highest courtWomen taking their right to go topless to US state's highest court

    Heidi Lilley, pictured in 2016, is one of the three women taking their fight to go topless to New Hampshire's highest court. In a case that pits freedom of expression and equality against public decency, three US women are challenging a New Hampshire city ordinance prohibiting public nudity and taking it to the state's highest court.

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  • Daily Record: Loveland police calls for Jan. 10-12, 2018Daily Record: Loveland police calls for Jan. 10-12, 2018

    6:14 p.m. At North Boise Avenue and East Seventh Street, a 24-year-old Evans man was arrested for investigation of DUI, careless driving, having no proof of insurance, resisting arrest, obstructing police and three hit-and-run counts.

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  • Wedding of the Day: Matt Duchene's Colorado VowsWedding of the Day: Matt Duchene's Colorado Vows

    The love story of Ashley Grossaint and Matt Duchene, a NHL player the Ottawa Senators, started in Colorado, so it only made sense that the couple would make things official there, too. Ashley and Matt first met in Fort Collins, Colorado in 2010 through mutual friends, and were engaged in Denver in 2016-under the guise of celebrating Matt's recent World Cup win.

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  • Chick-fil-A to open in Timnath Jan. 17Chick-fil-A to open in Timnath Jan. 17

    Stevan Stein will open his second stand-alone Chick-fil-A franchise restaurant on Jan. 17 near Interstate 25 and Harmony Road in Timnath.The restaurant, at 4531 Weitzel St., will employ about 110 people when up and operating.

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  • Public Informational Meeting for Douglas Road (County Road 54) - Potential Roadway ImprovementsPublic Informational Meeting for Douglas Road (County Road 54) - Potential Roadway Improvements

    Larimer County will hold a public informational meeting to discuss potential future roadway improvements along Douglas Road between Sheilds Street and Turnberry Road. January 25, 2018 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Larimer County Courthouse Administration Building 200 West Oak Street, Fort Collins, Hearing Room The purpose of this meeting is to respond to resident concerns regarding the State Highway 1 - Douglas Road intersection, traffic volume, truck traffic, and potential roadway and right-of-way changes along Douglas Road.

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  • Parts Of Colorado Classified As 'Severe Drought'Parts Of Colorado Classified As 'Severe Drought'

    Parts Of Colorado Classified As 'Severe Drought' Nearly all of Colorado is now abnormally dry or worse on the U.S. Drought Monitor. The Struggle Is Real When It Comes To Buying A Home When it comes to buying a home in the Denver metro area, the struggle is real.

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  • Body of missing Fort Collins woman found at Lory State ParkBody of missing Fort Collins woman found at Lory State Park

    The body of a Fort Collins woman missing for more than a month has been found at Lory State Park west of Fort Collins, police announced Thursday.

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  • Early Estes ParkEarly Estes Park

    An early car in Rocky Mountain National Park. Photo Estes Park Museum. Why did they call it that? Stories about unusual names of places like Devil’s Gulch in Estes Park. See page 2 of the January Senior Voice.  

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  • The Mystery of Rocky Mountain JimThe Mystery of Rocky Mountain Jim

    An unknown artist’s drawing of Jim. Estes Park Museum. He had a hand-to-hand fight with a grizzly bear in 1871 near Estes Park. Page 7 of the January Voice.

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  • High Drug CostsHigh Drug Costs

    Having health insurance is supposed to save you money on your prescriptions. But consumers often find that isn’t the case. Page 5 in the January issue.

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  • Beware of the New InsuranceBeware of the New Insurance

    Health insurance companies have unveiled a slew of alternatives to replace Obamacare. But analysts warn shoppers to read the fine print. Page 8 of the January issue.  

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  • Triumph of a DreamTriumph of a Dream

    Pete Seibert. Photo Vail Resorts Association. Pete Seibert was the founder of Vail ski resort and a member of the famed 10th Mountain Division ski troops who saw heavy combat in World War II. See page 2 of the December Senior Voice.      

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  • They Called It Jackson HoleThey Called It Jackson Hole

    Teton National Park and the Snake River. Wyoming Historical Society. The beautiful Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming once served as a hideout for outlaws. Page 11 in the December Voice.

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  • More on OpioidsMore on Opioids

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  • Tribute to a CowboyTribute to a Cowboy

    A cowboy in 1887. Photo taken by J.H. Grabill. The National Archives. Early Greeley resident Charles Jackson described a cowboy named Jesse Gale and offered a tribute to a cowboy’s way of life. See page 2 of the November Voice.

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  • Colorado’s Victorian TownColorado’s Victorian Town

    The Hotel de Paris in Georgetown. Photo Colorado Historical Society Georgetown has some of the nation’s best examples of Victorian architecture, especially the Maxwell House. Page 14 of the November issue.

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