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Loveland police arrested a 27-year-old man on a felony negligent homicide allegation Wednesday in connection with the October 2016 overdose death of 60-year-old Ruthann Estrada, better known as "Mama Ray.
<b>By Sam Lounsberry</b><p><p><i>Reporter-Herald Staff Writer</i>
Today, sunny with a high near 85. South wind 5 to 14 mph becoming east in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph. Tonight, mostly clear, with a low around 52. South southeast wind 5 to 7 mph becoming calm in the evening.
Here's your chance you part of a 72-year-old Loveland tradition. The Loveland Chamber of Commerce has put the call out for entries for the 2018 official Loveland Valentine's Day card, cachet and cancellation stamp contest.
A longtime educator, a certified public accountant and a software developer have applied to fill the remaining two years in the District C term on the Thompson school board. Marcy Cochran, Jarrett Lee Roberts and Marc Seter answered questions from the current board Wednesday.
Way back in the day — around 500 B.C. to be more precise — Heraclitus stated that "The only constant in life is change." More recently, noted author and literary critic, Barbara Johnson added that "No one actually likes change except babies in diapers." Now, I'm certainly not ready to start wearing diapers again, but the time may not be too far off.
With each season come new things to see in natural areas and open spaces of Northern Colorado.
"It's not under your control. It's just happening. You have to go out and see it because if you wait you will probably miss it," said Kathy Keeler, known as A Wandering Botanist.