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Martin Luther King Jr. Day has come to represent a day of service for some nonprofits and businesses in Northern Colorado.
Loveland police arrests for Jan. 16-20, 2015.
Here are some of the things we have going on over the next few days.
Starting Thursday, the Eighth Judicial District's Self-Help Center in Fort Collins will come to Loveland every second and fourth Thursday of the month at 1:30-4:30 p.
Hoping to give a boost to its mobile-computing business, Hewlett-Packard unveiled eight new tablets and related products Tuesday aimed at educators, retailers, healthcare workers and other professionals.
FORT COLLINS — Larimer County has chosen a Fort Collins firm to design the downtown Loveland courthouse building.
FORT COLLINS - Larimer County may take astep towards a new county office building in downtown Loveland this week.
The Broncos made it official Monday by announcing they had hired Kubiak to become their new head coach after they reached agreement on a four-year contract.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude 3.0 earthquake reported early Monday morning between Colorado Springs and Pueblo didn't actually happen.
Loveland-area events for the week of Jan. 19, 2015
Expect colder temperatures this weekend, with a small chance of snow.
Don't get hung up on the "A".
It doesn't matter what classification Resurrection Christian boys basketball technically plays under, or its opponents.
Loveland police calls for Jan. 18-19, 2015.
After 50 days of testimony and deliberations, the jurors who decided the fate of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh emerged haunted.
On Saturday, Caribou Ranch officials will auction off to the public nearly 500 items from the property, including furniture lounged in by John Lennon, a piano used by Elton John in music-scribing, and a jacket worn by Michael Jackson.
Yank down the tattered shroud. One of the worst-kept secrets in Broncos history has been revealed.
Watching a PBS film about traveling the world doesn't have to be a purely screen experience when the filmmaker makes a physical presence and does the actual narrating. To give the experience a conversational feel, the Loveland Breakfast Optimist Club will hold the 32nd annual Travelogue Film Series, kicking off the first of four films on Saturday, Jan. 24. The films — about traveling to Mongolia, North America, Central America and the Himalayas — will be offered one Saturday a month through April.
Loveland new city attorney, Tami Yellico, says she's a "big believer in communication."
"My door is always open to others in government and citizens first, so I welcome that interaction," Yellico said.
If a coach could draw up the perfect way to enter the de facto middle of a season, that sketch would probably look a lot like the Colorado Eagles.
I'm getting to the age where I can look back on several decades of public service and talk about the "good old days." Old lawmakers love to talk about what the legislature used to be like when they served. A favorite topic is the lack of civility in today's government and public discourse.