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Thompson School District Board President Bob Kerrigan said hiring a parliamentarian will address some of the issues that come up at school board meetings and he cites Wednesday night's heated — and brief — meeting as a prime example.
FORT COLLINS — The case of Stanley Romanek, a 51-year old Loveland man facing felony child exploitation charges, was continued again on Thursday.
The Loveland Police Department's arrests for Aug. 6-7, 2014.
LOVELAND -- The Gallery Flats apartment project that opened June 1 in downtown Loveland has been named Colorado's top new downtown construction project by Downtown Colorado Inc.
LOVELAND -- U.S. Senator Michael Bennet spoke to a receptive audience Thursday about his frustrations with congressional gridlock and his hopes for rebuilding the nation's infrastructure.
Among the hundreds of shows Kansas City act Quixotic has performed at theaters, museums, rock clubs and outdoor events over its nine years, last year's Arise Music Festival stands out for a
Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest, scheduled for Aug. 15-17, blends new, emerging and established artists from the state with widely known national headliners for a three-day event in downtown Fort Collins.
"This is all part of the project," Hope Johnson reminded a teary-eyed Alana Dale as they walked Wednesday evening through one of the arenas at The Ranch.
The Valley 5000 5K run/walk will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15 at The Olde Course, 2115 W. 29th St., Loveland.
The Northern Arapaho Tribe and Rocky Mountain National Park will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the historic 1914 Arapaho pack trip to Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park and Grand Lake, with a series of special events on Saturday.
Sunrise Loveland Community Health Center will host a Community Health Fair at 8:30 a.m.-noon Friday, Aug.
The City Park Pool in Fort Collins will give dogs a chance to splash around in the end-of-the-season Pooch Plunge.
The public will get the chance to help Great Outdoors Colorado set funding priorities for the next five to 10 years for the state's parks, trails, wildlife, rivers and open spaces.
When residents of Loveland take their out-of-town guests on any sort of excursion in the city, it is quite likely the trip will include a stop at the Benson Park Sculpture Garden on West 29th Street.
Wednesday night's first Thompson School Board meeting of the new school year ended before it could begin. Board President Bob Kerrigan ended the meeting when board members could not agree on the agenda.
Eva Feese watched as a small gray car pulled into the dirt parking lot at Lyons Riverbend Event Center on Tuesday evening.
The Loveland Police Department's arrests for Aug. 5-6, 2014.
Grayson: By the Numbers3,696 — His school-record passing total from last year.
23 — His TD passes, which tied the single-season mark
297 — His record for completions in a season from 2013.
The Artists' Charitable Fund board members have already paid out as much in 2014 as they did in the whole of 2013 to help artists with financial burdens. And two of those artists were residents of Glen Haven drastically affected by the September 2013 flood.
City councilors expressed their concern Tuesday at the speed at which the state is releasing federally approved reimbursements for spending incurred because of the 2013 flood.