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LOVELAND -- The Loveland City Council spent most of its meeting time Tuesday night hearing about its possible role in providing high-speed internet in the city, but not before giving final approval to a law allowing the feeding of squirrels and most birds.
Feeders of Loveland's squirrels and birds could regain legal status, no matter what their neighbors say, on Tuesday night when the City Council considers final action on a proposal to overturn a 2003 ban.
Rocky Mountain National Park rangers conducted a highline rescue across the Roaring River above the Alluvial Fan to rescue an 18-year-old man Saturday, and assisted a 15-year-old girl who fell in the St. Vrain River in the Wild Basin area.
In November 1873, a party of miners arrived at the Ute Indian encampment near present-day Delta.
Ouray, chief of the Utes, advised the party not to continue into the mountains until spring because of severe weather and deep snow.
Alferd Packer, however, was in a hurry to continue the journey and to be among the first to stake his claim.