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Recommendations of Colorado Parks and WildlifeState wildlife officials in a letter have asked that Crestone Peak Resources consider wildlife and their habitats before drilling for oil on the eastern edge of Boulder County.
After starting overnight, snow is expected to continue through daylight hours today. Today's will be near 27. North winds of 13 to 20 mph are expected, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Total daytime snow accumulation of 3 to 7 inches is possible.
Horace Austin Warner Tabor married his boss's daughter, Augusta and moved to Kansas, then Denver.
In 1859 to near Idaho Springs they were among the first gold seekers, and Augusta, the first woman in the area, spent her time selling pastries and bread.
The Nappie Project moved into a new warehouse space but can't distribute diapers to additional agencies without more volunteers — just as the Loveland-based nonprofit reached two milestones at the end of 2017.
<b>By Shelley Widhalm</b><p><p><i>For the Reporter-Herald</i>
LOVELAND — The Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Health Care System will hold an open house-style meeting to discuss the progress made on the new Loveland clinic at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the Associated Veterans of Loveland, 305 N. Cleveland Ave.