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Brush News-Tribune
Up to 6 inches of snow expected to fall Friday in Denverand power outages," the warning said. "Roads may become slushy or snow-covered
Up to 6 inches of snow expected to fall Friday in Denver
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 34 minutes ago
and power outages," the warning said. "Roads may become slushy or snow-covered during the nighttime hours." U.S. 6 over Loveland Pass was closed Friday morning because of avalanche hazards but reopened about 6:45 a.m. after mitigation work was... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABORgovernments • $600 million for new transportation projects through 2020, Hous
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABOR
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 34 minutes ago
governments • $600 million for new transportation projects through 2020, House Republican leader Brian DelGrosso of Loveland argued that the fee is a tax not a stand-alone enterprise. He said when it was created under TABOR, legislators said... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Little remains of plaster plant at Devil's BackboneThis story begins with pioneer industrialist Alfred Wild who came to the Lovela
Little remains of plaster plant at Devil's Backbone
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted an hour ago
This story begins with pioneer industrialist Alfred Wild who came to the Loveland area in the early 1880s to manage his brother's homestead. He filed for his own homestead and eventually began to experiment with fruit trees. Located west of... Read more
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Denver Post
Jury acquits officer of trying to influence public officialinfluence a public official in northern Colorado. The Fort Collins Coloradoan
Jury acquits officer of trying to influence public official
Denver Post / Posted 3 hours ago
influence a public official in northern Colorado. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports (http://goo.gl/vgbO9k ) 46-year-old Loveland Police Detective Brian Koopman was found not guilty Thursday. He was the lead investigator of a 2013 case involving... Read more
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Denver Post
Up to 6 inches of snow expected to fall Friday in Denverand power outages," the warning said. "Roads may become slushy or snow-covered
Up to 6 inches of snow expected to fall Friday in Denver
Denver Post / Posted 4 hours ago
and power outages," the warning said. "Roads may become slushy or snow-covered during the nighttime hours." U.S. 6 over Loveland Pass was closed Friday morning because of avalanche hazards but reopened about 6:45 a.m. after mitigation work was... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Prep Roundup for April 29Zach Streeter (3rd, 3H, 3ER, 2BB, 1SO), Billy Holguin (4th, 3H, 5ER, 2BB, 1SO)
Prep Roundup for April 29
Greeley Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
Zach Streeter (3rd, 3H, 3ER, 2BB, 1SO), Billy Holguin (4th, 3H, 5ER, 2BB, 1SO) and Keegan Wilcox. 2B – McGwire Bledsoe. Loveland — The Northridge Grizzlies had a nice bounce-back game Thursday, defeating Mountain View 9-1 in a Class 4A Northern... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Tributes for April 29with family and friends. He always had a story to tell and never considered any
Tributes for April 29
Greeley Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
with family and friends. He always had a story to tell and never considered anyone a stranger. Larry served on the Greeley-Loveland Ditch Board for a number of years and won numerous awards from the Pioneer Seed Co. while excelling in agriculture.... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
House gives initial nod to provider fee enterpriseof Republicans questioned whether it was constitutional to make the change. Ho
House gives initial nod to provider fee enterprise
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
of Republicans questioned whether it was constitutional to make the change. House Minority Leader Brian Del Grosso, R-Loveland, said the change to the provider fee, which hospitals pay to fund health care programs for the poor, is nothing more... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland Choral Society opens 'Rhythm on the River'The Loveland Choral Society is taking a trip down the Mississippi River for its
Loveland Choral Society opens 'Rhythm on the River'
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
The Loveland Choral Society is taking a trip down the Mississippi River for its spring concert, "Rhythm on the River." Opening today and running through May 7 at the Rialto Theater in Loveland, the group is boarding the S.S. Jubilee to explore the... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Headwaters and Homewaters: Birds bring cacophony of a chorus to springThis wasn’t in the alpine highcountry of Rocky Mountain National Park or in the
Headwaters and Homewaters: Birds bring cacophony of a chorus to spring
Greeley Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
This wasn’t in the alpine highcountry of Rocky Mountain National Park or in the Big Thompson Canyon, but in southeast Loveland at Simpson Ponds State Wildlife Area. Here the Thompson runs east, skirting the south side of several old gravel... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Skiing in the sun: A-Basin is the place for spring and summer snow funspring and summertime skiing in Colorado. Founded in December 1946, A-Basin is
Skiing in the sun: A-Basin is the place for spring and summer snow fun
Greeley Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
spring and summertime skiing in Colorado. Founded in December 1946, A-Basin is located in Summit County near the base of Loveland Pass and about seven miles east of sister mountain Keystone Resort. It’s also located about 60 miles west of Denver... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Sarah M. Sturtzgranddaughters, Julie Winkle Pellow and husband James, of Dixie, Washington, Ta
Sarah M. Sturtz
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
granddaughters, Julie Winkle Pellow and husband James, of Dixie, Washington, Tanya Lee Huether and husband, Jerry, of Loveland, Colorado and Kari Lee Wilde and husband, Scott, of Desoto, Kansas; six great-grandchildren, Matthew and Micah... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Fire, police, EMS take part in active shooter trainingFourteen different law enforcement and emergency response agencies, including L
Fire, police, EMS take part in active shooter training
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Fourteen different law enforcement and emergency response agencies, including Loveland Fire Rescue Authority, Loveland Police Department and Thompson Valley Emergency Medical Services, participated in an active shooter/active assailant training this... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Derby Hill offers AED training sessionDerby Hill Baptist Church, 207 19th St. SE, Loveland, will host an automated ex
Derby Hill offers AED training session
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Derby Hill Baptist Church, 207 19th St. SE, Loveland, will host an automated external defibrillator training session at 9:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Thursday, May 5. The church received an AED through the Heart Safe Community Initiative and the McKee... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
RH Line calls printed April 29, 2016all the vegetation there. That is unacceptable. They should have warned everyb
RH Line calls printed April 29, 2016
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
all the vegetation there. That is unacceptable. They should have warned everybody about the water supply. The city of Loveland Water Department knew that the water got bad about March 7. This is about the same time there were RH Line calls... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mark Whitacre speaks to Group Publishingin Northern Colorado, will speak at a dinner banquet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May
Mark Whitacre speaks to Group Publishing
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
in Northern Colorado, will speak at a dinner banquet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at Group Publishing, 1515 Cascade Ave., Loveland. Whitacre holds a doctorate degree and is the highest ranked executive of any Fortune 500 company to become a... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland native Kelsey Wilson enjoys mission work in CambodiaLoveland native Kelsey Wilson spent the last five years on a missions trip in C
Loveland native Kelsey Wilson enjoys mission work in Cambodia
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Loveland native Kelsey Wilson spent the last five years on a missions trip in Cambodia and after a short trip back to the states plans to return to the country indefinitely. Her reason: the children she teaches through the Cambodian Christian Arts... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Snowy weather prompts cancellationsstorm. The snowfall total is much less for the urban corridor in Northern Colo
Snowy weather prompts cancellations
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
storm. The snowfall total is much less for the urban corridor in Northern Colorado, however. According to forecasters, Loveland will see 1 to 3 inches of accumulation on Friday, and a rain/snow mix into Friday night, Saturday and Sunday. High... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Holden Bernhardt's two-hitter keeps Mountain View baseball atop the Northernthrew a two-hit shutout to lead his team to an 8-0 win over Centaurus on Thursd
Holden Bernhardt's two-hitter keeps Mountain View baseball atop the Northern
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
threw a two-hit shutout to lead his team to an 8-0 win over Centaurus on Thursday at Brock Field. (Michael Brian / Loveland Reporter-Herald) After taking a 4-0 lead through three innings thanks to some fielding miscues by Centaurus, the... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Downtown to host 'live shooter' eventLoveland residents may notice extra police presence outside the Pulliam Communi
Downtown to host 'live shooter' event
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
Loveland residents may notice extra police presence outside the Pulliam Community Building over the next couple of days, but it's not because of a known threat — the Outdoor Channel is filming an episode of "The Best Defense." From the show's... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Good people open their homes and heartsof teens to live exceedingly generous lives. These gatherings took place a lon
Good people open their homes and hearts
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
of teens to live exceedingly generous lives. These gatherings took place a long time ago — yet right now — right here in Loveland — folks open their homes, hearts and refrigerators to the next generation. Maybe our hopes for the future are... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Johnny-come-lately has been around a whilesagely noted, "Government by organized money is just as dangerous as government
Johnny-come-lately has been around a while
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
sagely noted, "Government by organized money is just as dangerous as government by organized mob." Jim Willard, a Loveland resident since 1967, retired from Hewlett-Packard after 33 years to focus on less trivial things. He calls Twoey,... Read more
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Denver Post
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABORgovernments • $600 million for new transportation projects through 2020, Hous
House gives initial OK to moving $700 million fee out from under TABOR
Denver Post / Posted 17 hours ago
governments • $600 million for new transportation projects through 2020, House Republican leader Brian DelGrosso of Loveland argued that the fee is a tax not a stand-alone enterprise. He said when it was created under TABOR, legislators said... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Ski secrets: What resorts won’t say about number of injuries on slopesthe fact most operate on federal land, Arapahoe Basin, Aspen/Snowmass, Copper M
Ski secrets: What resorts won’t say about number of injuries on slopes
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 17 hours ago
the fact most operate on federal land, Arapahoe Basin, Aspen/Snowmass, Copper Mountain, Crested Butte, Eldora, Loveland, Telluride, Winter Park, Wolf Creek, Breckenridge and Vail either did not respond to our request or said no. We... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Royals release 2016-17 regular season scheduleoff with three straight against the Idaho Steelheads in Boise, Idaho, the Royal
Royals release 2016-17 regular season schedule
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 21 hours ago
off with three straight against the Idaho Steelheads in Boise, Idaho, the Royals will visit the Budweiser Event Center in Loveland, Colorado, to face the Colorado Eagles for the first time in team history, as well as the Rushmore Plaza Civic... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Jury clears Loveland police officer Brian KoopmanFORT COLLINS – A 12-person jury found Loveland police detective Brian Koopman n
Jury clears Loveland police officer Brian Koopman
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
FORT COLLINS – A 12-person jury found Loveland police detective Brian Koopman not guilty of a charge of attempting to influence a public official. "I'm excited," Koopman said in the courtroom. "I'm happy to get back to work." The detective was... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Evelyn H. Behr 1924Mary Ann Behr of Hoisington and Janice K. “Jan” Nondorf and husband John of Lib
Evelyn H. Behr 1924
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
Mary Ann Behr of Hoisington and Janice K. “Jan” Nondorf and husband John of Liberal; a sister-in-law, Kathryn Huschka of Loveland, Colo.; six grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland police calls for April 25-27, 2016• 8:22 p.m. At 57th Street and Garfield Avenue, a 29-year-old Loveland woman on
Loveland police calls for April 25-27, 2016
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
• 8:22 p.m. At 57th Street and Garfield Avenue, a 29-year-old Loveland woman on suspicion of DUI and careless driving. • 12:37 p.m. In the 2500 block of North Lincoln Avenue, a 49-year-old Greeley man on a misdemeanor warrant alleging failure to... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Namaqua club runs 4,591 miles so farthat mark. "It's fun to get exercise." She is one of 104 students from all gr
Namaqua club runs 4,591 miles so far
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
that mark. "It's fun to get exercise." She is one of 104 students from all grade levels and two teachers to join the Loveland school's 100-mile club, a group that runs before and after school and during the lunch recess on different days of... Read more
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Denver Post
Wolf Creek Ski Area to reopen Saturday, Sunday thanks to big snowsfor a final weekend of skiing and riding. The Mary Jane section of Winter Park
Wolf Creek Ski Area to reopen Saturday, Sunday thanks to big snows
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
for a final weekend of skiing and riding. The Mary Jane section of Winter Park is scheduled to remain open until May 7. Loveland Ski Area is set to remain open until May 8, and Arapahoe Basin is scheduled to close on June 8. Jesse Paul:... Read more
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KKTV 11 Colorado Springs
5,600 Fish Killed In Big Thompson After Chemical Spilla 0.4 mile section of the North Fork suffered a complete loss, while an 8-mile
5,600 Fish Killed In Big Thompson After Chemical Spill
KKTV 11 Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
a 0.4 mile section of the North Fork suffered a complete loss, while an 8-mile stem of the Big Thompson from Drake to Loveland lost 52 percent of its fish. In an interview Wednesday, Area Wildlife Manager Larry Rogstad called the fish kill... Read more
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KWGN Denver
Fish kill in Big Thompson River might be linked to road construction projectreports of dead fish along the river prompted the shutdown of the water intake
Fish kill in Big Thompson River might be linked to road construction project
KWGN Denver / Posted yesterday
reports of dead fish along the river prompted the shutdown of the water intake from the Big Thompson River by the city of Loveland. Officials found the event only impacted fish, including rainbow and brown trout, suckers and dace. The mass death... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Mark your calendars: It's almost plant sale timeThey're offering heirloom tomatoes, peppers, herbs and perennials grown by club
Mark your calendars: It's almost plant sale time
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted yesterday
They're offering heirloom tomatoes, peppers, herbs and perennials grown by club members (cash only). Don't miss the Loveland Garden Club plant, antique and artisan sale, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, at the All Saints Episcopal Church,... Read more
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The Shawnee News-Star
Helen Richardson Russellof Groesbeck, Texas, and a son, Roscoe G. Richardson of Galveston, Texas; four
Helen Richardson Russell
The Shawnee News-Star / Posted yesterday
of Groesbeck, Texas, and a son, Roscoe G. Richardson of Galveston, Texas; four grandchildren, Rusty Hall of Shawnee, Deidra Loveland of Shawnee, Grant Gray of Santa Fe, Texas, and Leigh Gardner of Dickinson, Texas, and many... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Tributes for April 28always be in our Hearts and Memories. Reverend Ruth Ellen Brandt, age 81, went
Tributes for April 28
Greeley Tribune / Posted yesterday
always be in our Hearts and Memories. Reverend Ruth Ellen Brandt, age 81, went to be with her Lord on April, 25, 2016, in Loveland. She is survived by her husband, William Brandt; son, William Brandt Jr. and his wife Jennifer; daughter, Cynthia... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Weekly Fishing Reportbaits, spinnerbaits and small lures at 3-7 ft. around brush structure, weed bed
Weekly Fishing Report
The Oklahoman / Posted yesterday
baits, spinnerbaits and small lures at 3-7 ft. around brush structure, weed beds and shorelines. Report submitted by Steve Loveland, game warden stationed in Mayes County. Hulah: April 24. Elevation above normal, water 60s and clearing. Crappie... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Golden game plan shuts down Thompson Valley boys lacrosseBrennan Grass (7) and Nick Trujillo (16) during the Demons' 7-4 win Wednesday a
Golden game plan shuts down Thompson Valley boys lacrosse
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Brennan Grass (7) and Nick Trujillo (16) during the Demons' 7-4 win Wednesday at Patterson Stadium. (Michael Brian / Loveland Reporter-Herald) Each team actually had the same number of shots on goal in the first half (four), but the Eagles... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Girls tennis: Fairview defends Front Range League crown93, Fossil Ridge 53, Poudre 50, Mountain Range 22, Broomfield 18, Boulder 7, Mo
Girls tennis: Fairview defends Front Range League crown
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted yesterday
93, Fossil Ridge 53, Poudre 50, Mountain Range 22, Broomfield 18, Boulder 7, Monarch 6, Fort Collins 6, Rocky Mountain 4, Loveland 3, Greeley West 3, Legacy 2, Horizon 0. Singles — 1. Kristen Kirby, Mountain Range, def. Seraphin Castelino,... Read more
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Denver Post
Boulder sheriff's office arrests man after RTD bus fracas north of LongmontRoad north of Longmont. Prentup said Olivares became upset with the driver aft
Boulder sheriff's office arrests man after RTD bus fracas north of Longmont
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
Road north of Longmont. Prentup said Olivares became upset with the driver after he learned the bus was headed to Loveland and not Boulder and the driver would not let him off because there was no stop. "Porfiro pulled a piece off the... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Thousands of fish die between Drake and Loveland after exposure to chemicalDespite state wildlife agency reports that more than 5,600 fish died last month
Thousands of fish die between Drake and Loveland after exposure to chemical
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Despite state wildlife agency reports that more than 5,600 fish died last month in the Big Thompson River upstream from Loveland's water treatment plant, city officials stress residents' drinking water remained safe. Colorado Parks and Wildlife... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Prosecution rests its case in Koopman trialFORT COLLINS — Prosecuting attorneys rested their case against Loveland police
Prosecution rests its case in Koopman trial
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
FORT COLLINS — Prosecuting attorneys rested their case against Loveland police detective Brian Koopman on Wednesday afternoon in Fort Collins after Judge Scott Epstein denied the defense's motion to dismiss the detective's criminal charge. Koopman... Read more
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SaukValley.com
SUPPORT GROUPS, CLUBS, AND SERVICESChicago Ave., Davis Junction. Alcoholics Anonymous Gratitude Group, 9 a.m., op
SUPPORT GROUPS, CLUBS, AND SERVICES
SaukValley.com / Posted yesterday
Chicago Ave., Davis Junction. Alcoholics Anonymous Gratitude Group, 9 a.m., open; noon, open; 6 p.m., open, lower level, Loveland Community House, 513 W. Second St., Dixon. Alcoholics Anonymous, 9:30 a.m., closed, former St. Anne Grade School,... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Fish kill in Big Thompson River may be linked to road construction projectreports of dead fish along the river prompted the shutdown of the water intake
Fish kill in Big Thompson River may be linked to road construction project
FOX 31 Denver / Posted yesterday
reports of dead fish along the river prompted the shutdown of the water intake from the Big Thompson River by the city of Loveland. Officials found that the event only impacted fish including rainbow and brown trout, suckers and dace. The mass... Read more
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CBS Denver
Flood Damage Repair Work Blamed For Massive Fish Kill On Big Thompson RiverLOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – In another setback for the Big Thompson Canyon, flood
Flood Damage Repair Work Blamed For Massive Fish Kill On Big Thompson River
CBS Denver / Posted yesterday
LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – In another setback for the Big Thompson Canyon, flood damage repair work last month caused a fish kill, decreasing a portion of the river’s wild trout population by more than half. On March 7, chemicals from concrete work... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
RH Line calls printed April 28, 2016at 8:30, I was going west on 37th Street, and I came up to Wilson. There were t
RH Line calls printed April 28, 2016
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
at 8:30, I was going west on 37th Street, and I came up to Wilson. There were three people that worked for the city of Loveland, three of them to go out and check each of the buttons — push the button, go across the street, push the button, go... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Berthoud board should select mayor pro tem and schedule electionour public discourse requires forceful advocacy. Strong advocates can learn whe
Berthoud board should select mayor pro tem and schedule election
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
our public discourse requires forceful advocacy. Strong advocates can learn when their style gets in the way of the message. And all can proceed with the serious business of Berthoud governance. Margaret J McCreary Attorney and mediator Lo... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Downtown Loveland needs a good LaundromatOur downtown Loveland community needs a decent Laundromat. The only one operat
Downtown Loveland needs a good Laundromat
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Our downtown Loveland community needs a decent Laundromat. The only one operating downtown is not well maintained. Over half the machines are broken, and you throw away money trying to find a machine that works. The owner offers no method to be... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Aims, Front Range community colleges get infusion of scholarships dollarsschool will need to match the grants. Students who qualify may receive $1,300
Aims, Front Range community colleges get infusion of scholarships dollars
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
school will need to match the grants. Students who qualify may receive $1,300 or $1,500 per school year for online classes or at Aims campuses in Loveland, Greeley, Fort Lupton and Windsor and for Front Range campuses in Loveland and Fort Co... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Hearts & Horses gets new arena, morewhich provides therapeutic and educational programs for youth and adults. Hear
Hearts & Horses gets new arena, more
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
which provides therapeutic and educational programs for youth and adults. Hearts & Horses, 163 N. Country Road 29 in Loveland, will host a grand opening Sunday to show off the renovations and improvements to the facility. "We're here to... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Local businesses donate to Yvonne Parshall cancer treatment effortLOVELAND — Resident Yvonne Parshall is hosting a sale of items donated by sever
Local businesses donate to Yvonne Parshall cancer treatment effort
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
LOVELAND — Resident Yvonne Parshall is hosting a sale of items donated by several local businesses as a fundraiser to help pay for her cancer treatment. Her sale will be held 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 420 E. 57th St. Unit 68... Read more
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