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The Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an appeal from Loveland resident Larry Sarner, who had sued the city of Loveland over two downtown-related ballot questions in last November's election.
Because of severe winter weather and delayed or limited delivery of our print editions, the digital replica editions of the Daily Camera, Times-Call and Reporter-Herald are free to view today without any login or password required.
<p>A man who became caught on an Arapahoe Basin chairlift Wednesday morning by his backpack and was hanging unconscious from his neck was cut down by a friend who climbed up a lift tower, slid down the lift's line and cut him free with a knife tossed from ski patrolers.</p>
Loveland Police Detective Brian Koopman has been the subject of public comments at Loveland City Council meetings for more than a year, with residents from inside and outside Loveland complaining about the city's role in defending him in civil lawsuits.
<b>By Saja Hindi</b><p><p><i>Reporter-Herald Staff Writer</i>
The winter storm moving blanketing Northern Colorado is expected to hamper travel as the condition of roads deteriorates. Keep us updated on closures, delays or other information the public may need by sending information to email@example.com.
The National Weather Service in Boulder rolled out one of its newest toys a few weeks before Christmas, and like other people's news sleds and skis, the forecasters' shiny new gadget will probably get a heavy workout this week.
After more than 10 years of talking about universal themes, the Great Ideas Discussion Group is changing its focus. Starting Friday, the group will move on from "The Great Ideas: A Lexicon of Western Thought," by Mortimer Adler and start readings and discussions from "Great Issues in American Life," included in Encyclopedia Britannica's "The Annals of America" in the "Conspectus."
Federal officials may ask Colorado to repay nearly $9.7 million from grants used to set up Connect for Health Colorado, the state's Obamacare exchange, after an audit concluded that the money was misspent or not properly accounted for.
LOVELAND -- The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Loveland and Larimer County early Wednesday morning, as well as a hazardous weather outlook, with both in effect from 2 p.m. Wednesday until 11 a.m. Thursday.