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FORT COLLINS — The Colorado State women's basketball team has been nothing short of dominant in the Mountain West recently, winning three straight regular season titles, highlighted by a perfect 18-0 campaign last year.
<b>By Sean Star</b><p><p><i>Reporter-Herald Sports Writer</i>
They had been here before.
For the second time in less than month, Mountain View was excellently positioned to steal a win right out from under Greeley Central, a team sitting directly above them in the Northern Conference standings.
The Thompson School board will begin talking about closing Van Buren and Stansberry elementary schools, the smallest in the district, as the district tries to cut expenses with the failure of a bond issue and not enough state funding for education.
Greg Halac, outreach coordination for Northern Colorado Astronomical Society, said his favorite part of sharing the night sky with the public is the reaction the first time someone looks through a telescope.
Residents can share thoughts about how to better connect youths to the outdoors in northwest Fort Collins at an open house set 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Northside Aztlan Community Center, 112 E. Willow St., Fort Collins.
Joe Flores of Loveland taught himself to paint. Art teachers have told him he "has it." And he really wants his paintings to look like photographs, although he says he hasn't quite reached that goal yet.
<b>By Jessica Benes</b><p><p><i>For the Reporter-Herald </i>
LARIMER COUNTY — Patrol deputies with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office will participate in a statewide program to educate drivers on moving over for stopped emergency vehicles on Thursday, a press release said.