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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Larimer County Sheriff's Office most wanted suspectsAmanda Brooke Spencer and Brian Jeffery Lane are the this week; they are both
Larimer County Sheriff's Office most wanted suspects
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Amanda Brooke Spencer and Brian Jeffery Lane are the this week; they are both wanted on Loveland Police Department warrants alleging child abuse by knowingly and recklessly causing severe bodily... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
New Rialto manager takes reinsA new Rialto Theater Center manager started on Monday with the city of Loveland
New Rialto manager takes reins
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
A new Rialto Theater Center manager started on Monday with the city of Loveland. Bryan Zellmer takes the place of Rich Harris, who left for other ventures in July. While Harris thought he might stay on in a temporary capacity to assist with fall... Read more
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Local 12 Cincinnati
Weekend Events List for Sept. 4-7Updated: Fri, Sep 04 2015, 09:48 AM Lots of fun things to see and do this Labo
Weekend Events List for Sept. 4-7
Local 12 Cincinnati / Posted 4 hours ago
Updated: Fri, Sep 04 2015, 09:48 AM Lots of fun things to see and do this Labor Day Weekend! Here is a list of happenings: Western & Southern / WEBN Fireworks at Riverfest Sept. 6:, noon-10 p.m.,Downtown Cincinnati. The event includes family... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Resurrection Christian volleyball tops Berthoud in five-set thriller for 59th straight winEventually, all streaks come to an end. And several times, it looked like Resu
Resurrection Christian volleyball tops Berthoud in five-set thriller for 59th straight win
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
Eventually, all streaks come to an end. And several times, it looked like Resurrection Christian volleyball's 58-match win streak would be snapped Thursday. Despite losing the first two sets, visiting Berthoud gave the two-time defending 2A state... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
RH Line calls printed Sept. 4, 2015What's with all the freight trains going through Loveland at 2:30 in the mornin
RH Line calls printed Sept. 4, 2015
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
What's with all the freight trains going through Loveland at 2:30 in the morning, blasting their horns all the way across town? I counted eight last night. Need to get some sleep. Hear, hear! In September 1's newspaper, the comment by the editor: If... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Elect Jeff Swanty to school boardOur community has a great opportunity to elect a candidate for District A with
Elect Jeff Swanty to school board
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Our community has a great opportunity to elect a candidate for District A with experience and dedication to the Thompson R2-J Board of Education. Jeff Swanty, a resident of Loveland for 21 years, knows the community well and the educational values of... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland volleyball's service game paces way to sweep of Thompson ValleyIn any sport, you try to find a weakness and attack it with vigor. In Thursday
Loveland volleyball's service game paces way to sweep of Thompson Valley
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
In any sport, you try to find a weakness and attack it with vigor. In Thursday's crosstown match with Thompson Valley, Loveland realized it could attack the back row and get the Eagles out of system. If you can do that to a volleyball team... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Chilson pool closedLOVELAND — The leisure pool at the Chilson Recreation Center has been closed to
Chilson pool closed
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
LOVELAND — The leisure pool at the Chilson Recreation Center has been closed to allow a fix of a damaged pump component needed for heating and recirculating the water. The pool will be closed through Sept. 18, reopening Saturday, Sept. 19, according... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mountain View soccer's Spencer Condon nets four in win over BerthoudStrikers expect to score goals. That's their role on the team and so when the
Mountain View soccer's Spencer Condon nets four in win over Berthoud
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Strikers expect to score goals. That's their role on the team and so when the back of the net becomes scarce, strikers get agitated. At least the good ones do. Mountain View was only two games into its young season, but Spencer Condon — the Lions'... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland police calls for Sept. 1-3, 2015•11:52 p.m. In the 300 block of East Second Street, a 42-year-old Loveland woma
Loveland police calls for Sept. 1-3, 2015
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
•11:52 p.m. In the 300 block of East Second Street, a 42-year-old Loveland woman on suspicion of DUI, DUI per se and leaving the scene after damaging a vehicle. Wednesday arrests • 1:53 p.m. In the 200 block of East Sixth Street, a 34-year-old... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Easter Seals crew returns to ReStoreStarting this fall, a crew from the Wings adult day program will be working the
Easter Seals crew returns to ReStore
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
Starting this fall, a crew from the Wings adult day program will be working the floor at the Habitat ReStore. On Tuesday, Sept. 15, a crew of eight participants of Easter Seals Colorado Wings will work Tuesdays and Fridays at the thrift store that... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland Loves BBQ raises $42,000 for nonprofitsThe Sertoma Club of Loveland has reported that the ninth annual Loveland Loves
Loveland Loves BBQ raises $42,000 for nonprofits
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
The Sertoma Club of Loveland has reported that the ninth annual Loveland Loves BBQ, Bands and Brews event in July raised $42,000 this year after expenses to go toward nonprofit groups the club supports. This is about $19,000 more than in 2014,... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland hopes to get back to traditional resultsNo team in town arguably has more tradition and history than Loveland football.
Loveland hopes to get back to traditional results
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
No team in town arguably has more tradition and history than Loveland football. The Indians have won six state championships, tied for 12th most among the state's 282 prep teams. And when they're not winning state titles, the Indians are usually... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland police calls for Sept. 1-3, 2015•11:52 p.m. In the 300 block of East Second Street, a 42-year-old Loveland woma
Loveland police calls for Sept. 1-3, 2015
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
•11:52 p.m. In the 300 block of East Second Street, a 42-year-old Loveland woman on suspicion of DUI, DUI per se and leaving the scene after damaging a vehicle. • 1:53 p.m. In the 200 block of East Sixth Street, a 34-year-old Loveland man on... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Circus comes to town with plans to phase out elephantsOne creates a painting. Another plays the harmonica. Elephants can do the darn
Circus comes to town with plans to phase out elephants
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
One creates a painting. Another plays the harmonica. Elephants can do the darndest things, especially when they're members of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's circus. The circus will bring its "Built to Amaze" tour to the Budweiser Events... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Library offers technology classesDo you wish you could create a flyer to advertise your business? Do you want to
Library offers technology classes
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
Do you wish you could create a flyer to advertise your business? Do you want to keep track of your expenses electronically, but don't know where to begin? When your child or grandchild needs help typing a report or creating a presentation, do you... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Speaking out about a silent killer — ovarian cancerRose Netto of Loveland is passionate about getting the word out about a silent
Speaking out about a silent killer — ovarian cancer
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
Rose Netto of Loveland is passionate about getting the word out about a silent killer of women — ovarian cancer. She wants women to be "silent no more." Netto was diagnosed with Stage I mucinous ovarian cancer in 2008. Her tumor extended from her... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Circus comes to town with plans to phase out elephantsOne creates a painting. Another plays the harmonica. Elephants can do the darn
Circus comes to town with plans to phase out elephants
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 20 hours ago
One creates a painting. Another plays the harmonica. Elephants can do the darndest things, especially when they're members of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's circus. The circus will bring its "Built to Amaze" tour to the Budweiser Events... Read more
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WLWT-TV Cincinnati
Mom accused of assaulting officer at traffic stopA Loveland woman is facing nearly a dozen charges after an overnight traffic st
Mom accused of assaulting officer at traffic stop
WLWT-TV Cincinnati / Posted 23 hours ago
A Loveland woman is facing nearly a dozen charges after an overnight traffic stop. Court records state that La'Kesha Hudson, 36, was pulled over in the 7600 block of Hamilton Avenue shortly after midnight. The court records state that at some... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
WEEK 2 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLBelmont vs. Meadowdale at Welcome Stadium, 7 p.m., GemCitySports.com 7 p.m. un
WEEK 2 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Springfield News-Sun / Posted yesterday
Belmont vs. Meadowdale at Welcome Stadium, 7 p.m., GemCitySports.com 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted Alter vs. Withrow at Springboro Anna at Brookville, ScoresBroadcast.com Badin at Talawanda Beallsville at Marion Local, 7:30 p.m. Beavercreek at... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
WEEK 2 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLBelmont vs. Meadowdale at Welcome Stadium, 7 p.m., GemCitySports.com 7 p.m. un
WEEK 2 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted yesterday
Belmont vs. Meadowdale at Welcome Stadium, 7 p.m., GemCitySports.com 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted Alter vs. Withrow at Springboro Anna at Brookville, ScoresBroadcast.com Badin at Talawanda Beallsville at Marion Local, 7:30 p.m. Beavercreek at... Read more
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Business Wire
Dr. Joshua T. Snyder Joins Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies as Hip Scope Surgery SpecialistAppointments with Dr. Snyder may be made at OCR’s office in Loveland. Call 970-
Dr. Joshua T. Snyder Joins Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies as Hip Scope Surgery Specialist
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
Appointments with Dr. Snyder may be made at OCR’s office in Loveland. Call 970-419-7050 or 1-800-722-7441. “I truly enjoy helping the individuals I take care of, who used to go to Denver for this surgery,” Dr. Snyder said. His patients may have... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Report: Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) — A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Report: Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) — A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Report: Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) — A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Report: Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) — A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Report: Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) — A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Report: Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) — A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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WTOL 11 Toledo
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
WTOL 11 Toledo / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challengeDETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge
Fires including arson remain big Detroit challenge
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted yesterday
DETROIT (AP) - A new report says fires including arson remain a huge challenge for Detroit. Data company Loveland Technologies on Wednesday released "Detroit: After the Fire," an examination of 1,653 fires from Jan. 1 to July 31. The report says the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Dad's letter to his little girl on her wedding day is unusual and perfectIt's a moment that moves all fathers - seeing their daughter walk down the aisl
Dad's letter to his little girl on her wedding day is unusual and perfect
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
It's a moment that moves all fathers - seeing their daughter walk down the aisle. And to mark the momentous occasion in Jillian's life, Paul wrote his little girl a beautifully moving letter. The letter, which includes his innermost hopes and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Dad's letter to his little girl on her wedding day is unusual and perfectA dad has shared an emotional letter to his daughter on her wedding day. The l
Dad's letter to his little girl on her wedding day is unusual and perfect
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
A dad has shared an emotional letter to his daughter on her wedding day. The letter, which includes his innermost hopes and dreams for his little girl, has gone viral online, and Paul, from Loveland, Ohio, US, has been touched by the... Read more
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Denver Post
Gri∞n vows to stick with Redskins despite demotionWASHINGTON — Robert Griffin III made his first public comments since losing his
Gri∞n vows to stick with Redskins despite demotion
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON — Robert Griffin III made his first public comments since losing his job to Kirk Cousins, but he didn't address the Redskins' starting quarterback situation. Griffin spoke at a team awards luncheon attended by about 500 guests Wednesday.... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland bats stay hot in another crosstown routThe Loveland softball team's 2015 season is starting to look like a revenge tou
Loveland bats stay hot in another crosstown rout
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
The Loveland softball team's 2015 season is starting to look like a revenge tour. After Saturday's 25-1 demolition of Mountain View — who beat the Indians last year — LHS avenged another crosstown loss from a season ago on Wednesday with a 17-7 win... Read more
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WLWT-TV Cincinnati
Loveland PD seek help identifying thieves who took 82-old woman's purseIN 2013, THERE WAS A VOTE OF NO-CONFIDENCE. ANCHOR: TARGETED IN A LOCAL GROCERY
Loveland PD seek help identifying thieves who took 82-old woman's purse
WLWT-TV Cincinnati / Posted yesterday
IN 2013, THERE WAS A VOTE OF NO-CONFIDENCE. ANCHOR: TARGETED IN A LOCAL GROCERY STORE. THIEVES GRAB A LOVELAND GRANDMOTHER'S PURSE. THE SUSPECTS FOLLOWED HER THRU THE AISLES. WHILE SHE WAS SHOPPING . WLWT NEWS 5'S EMILY WOOD. IS LIVE TONIGHT IN... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
RH Line calls printed Sept. 3, 2015RH Line Enough is enough. Stop putting stuff about the school board in here. I
RH Line calls printed Sept. 3, 2015
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
RH Line Enough is enough. Stop putting stuff about the school board in here. I've lived in Loveland for over 60 years, and the RH Line is for old people to complain. It is not for people to call in about teachers. Again, it's for us old people to... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Who labeled school board? The GOP didThis is in response to a letter in the Sunday Reporter-Herald in which the writ
Who labeled school board? The GOP did
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
This is in response to a letter in the Sunday Reporter-Herald in which the writer objected to labels for school board members and candidates for school board: Until two years ago, the school board race was completely nonpartisan. Most people did not... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
County not hopeful for downtown Loveland dealDespite a positive vote by seven (including one abstention, which counts as a y
County not hopeful for downtown Loveland deal
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Despite a positive vote by seven (including one abstention, which counts as a yes vote) Loveland city councilors to continue negotiations with Larimer County on building its new building downtown, not all Larimer County officials are optimistic. "I... Read more
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WLWT-TV Cincinnati
Woman's purse snatched at Kroger: 'It's been a week. I still got this leery feeling'The Loveland Police Department needs the public's help identifying two suspects
Woman's purse snatched at Kroger: 'It's been a week. I still got this leery feeling'
WLWT-TV Cincinnati / Posted yesterday
The Loveland Police Department needs the public's help identifying two suspects who allegedly stole an 82-year-old woman's purse. Last Tuesday morning, Gerry Berchtold was grocery shopping at Kroger when her purse was snatched from her grocery... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland police calls Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 2015Monday arrest • 10:34 p.m. In the 5300 block of Stone Creek Circle, a 34-year-
Loveland police calls Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 2015
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Monday arrest • 10:34 p.m. In the 5300 block of Stone Creek Circle, a 34-year-old Loveland man on a misdemeanor warrant. Tuesday arrests • Unknown time. In the 3500 block of Butternut Drive, a 26-year-old Loveland man on suspicion of third-degree... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland councilors disagree on lawsuit defenseLoveland city councilors directed the city attorney's office and the city's ins
Loveland councilors disagree on lawsuit defense
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Loveland city councilors directed the city attorney's office and the city's insurance company to have a discussion with Councilor Joan Shaffer about early settlement options in a lawsuit against her Tuesday. Larimer County resident Stacy Lynne sued... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Plaster, gun threat, pots and pans add to colorful history of Devil's BackboneJust to the left of the main trail at the Devil's Backbone — an area rich in wi
Plaster, gun threat, pots and pans add to colorful history of Devil's Backbone
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Just to the left of the main trail at the Devil's Backbone — an area rich in wildlife, recreation and history — the trail veers along the cement foundation of an old plaster mill. The mill, one of the first in Colorado, helped develop an industry... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland High set to open Hall of FameThis has been a long time coming. For years former Loveland High School athlet
Loveland High set to open Hall of Fame
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
This has been a long time coming. For years former Loveland High School athletic director Devin Anderson worked on a way to honor the people who have passed through the halls of LHS over a rich 121 years of history. He didn't go at it alone, of... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Judge orders woman to clean yardLOVELAND — A Loveland resident pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to municipal co
Judge orders woman to clean yard
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
LOVELAND — A Loveland resident pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to municipal code violations alleging misuse of her residential property. Shelley Schroeder, who lives in the 700 block of Harrison Avenue, faced municipal charges after several... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Leah Johnson will engage the communityLeah Johnson is a role model for me. She grew up in a life of business, educati
Leah Johnson will engage the community
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Leah Johnson is a role model for me. She grew up in a life of business, education and community service. She understands what Loveland needs and wants for a better community. Leah is good at innovation and follow-through. Remember how she teamed... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Larimer County health department advises West Nile precautionsFORT COLLINS — Larimer County Health and Environment reminds people to continue
Larimer County health department advises West Nile precautions
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
FORT COLLINS — Larimer County Health and Environment reminds people to continue protecting themselves against West Nile virus. One case of West Nile virus meningitis was reported in July in Loveland. In Fort Collins, one case of West Nile virus... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Holiday closures planned on MondayLOVELAND — Several area government offices and buildings will be closed for the
Holiday closures planned on Monday
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
LOVELAND — Several area government offices and buildings will be closed for the Labor Day holiday on Monday. In Loveland, city offices and the recycling center will be closed Monday. The Loveland Public Library will be closed Sunday and... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mountain View football turns offense over to Landry in search of playoffsInstinct took over. All he knew was his team needed him to find a way to get i
Mountain View football turns offense over to Landry in search of playoffs
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Instinct took over. All he knew was his team needed him to find a way to get it done, so there was no time for thinking or easing his way back into it. The ball was snapped and his body did the rest. Dennis Landry's natural ability was evident. The... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Thompson Valley's Darren Edwards leads locals at Walk Clark InviteNo worries. Or at the very least, just small fixes. Though some of the best go
Thompson Valley's Darren Edwards leads locals at Walk Clark Invite
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
No worries. Or at the very least, just small fixes. Though some of the best golfers in the district didn't have their best rounds of the season, the top players walked away without packing any panic in their bag after the Walt Clark Invitational on... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mountain View ready for postseason pushInstinct took over. All he knew was his team needed him to find a way to get i
Mountain View ready for postseason push
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
Instinct took over. All he knew was his team needed him to find a way to get it done, so there was no time for thinking or easing his way back into it. The ball was snapped and his body did the rest. Dennis Landry's natural ability was evident. The... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland police calls Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 2015• 10:34 p.m. In the 5300 block of Stone Creek Circle, a 34-year-old Loveland ma
Loveland police calls Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 2015
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
• 10:34 p.m. In the 5300 block of Stone Creek Circle, a 34-year-old Loveland man on a misdemeanor warrant. • Unknown time. In the 3500 block of Butternut Drive, a 26-year-old Loveland man on suspicion of third-degree assault and domestic... Read more
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