Churchill's Commentary on Man: Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of the time he will pick himself up and continue on.
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Stand-up comedians Marc Price and Kevin Farley will make a stop in Loveland on their current stand-up comedy tour. "The tour is called 'American Goofball.' I think we both fall under that category," Price said.
LOVELAND -- A proposal to create a "winter wonderland" event at Loveland's Chapungu Sculpture Park using lodging tax revenue and a state grant stirred up some anti-Centerra sentiment at Wednesday night's City Council meeting.
When two young boys entered the Lone Tree Schoolhouse on the Fourth of July, they were immediately instructed by the school's teacher, Teri Johnson to "please take a seat and begin working on your school work.
<b>By James Wyatt</b><p><p><i>Reporter-Herald Staff Writer</i>
Newly seated U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch returned home to Boulder County to take part in Tuesday's Fourth of July parade in tiny Niwot, drawing patriotic revelers and some protesters along the way.
They approached the day from different perspectives.
Mason Phillips had a title to defend.
Running in his fifth Loveland Liberty 5K, back-to-back victories were squarely in his sights, a nice incentive for his offseason training before returning to the University of Sioux Falls in the fall for his junior season.