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I grew up right here in Northern Colorado! I enjoy anything outdoors, camping, biking, hiking, and traveling to warm places whenever I get the chance (Palm Trees are awesome!) I also like going to concerts, nights out on the town, and checking out the latest movies.  I have a very energetic and spoiled Beagle named Jasmine and she keeps me very busy too! I've been in radio for over 15 years now and I have worked at several radio stations in Northern Colorado and in Denver, but I’ve made my home here.  We work hard everyday to play a huge and positive role in this community by assisting local non-profit organizations and spreading the word about how you can help make a difference too!  Most importantly, we are local people that know and love this area and we care about our listeners because without you, we wouldn’t be here.
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Reminder From the City of Loveland: Igniting Personal Fireworks Is Prohibited in Loveland and All of Colorado

The City of Loveland wants to remind us that personal fireworks are illegal in Loveland and all of Colorado. Due to an executive order by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, the use of personal fireworks in the City of Loveland and throughout the state of Colorado is prohibited until further notice.

Loveland’s annual July 4th fireworks celebration at North Lake Park will be presented as planned.

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Firefighters battling the High Park Fir
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High Park Fire Has Destroyed 112 Structures So Far, That Number Expected to Grow as More are Counted

The latest count on structures destroyed in the High Park Fire as of Friday afternoon is 112. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office released this number within the last 30 minutes and said in a briefing Friday afternoon, that more destroyed homes still need to be counted. 

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Helping Your Kids Cope With Their Fears During the High Park Fire, Clinical Care Coordinator Shares Tips [VIDEO]

During times of natural disasters, we all face fear. Kids are especially volunerable and ask a lot of questions about what is going on. We found some advice from a local professional to help.

Michael Gitter, LCSW, clinical case coordinator at Mountain Crest Behavioral Hospital in Fort Collins, shares some tips for helping your kids cope with their fears during the High Park Fire.

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High Park Fire air attack on Friday, June 15, 2012
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Spot Fire at High Park Fire Started Last Night, Some Rain Possible in the Area This Afternoon

A spot fire started last night at the High Park Fire. This spot fire is estimated at 200 acres this afternoon. The Larimer Country Sheriff's Office says about 100 firefighters are working this spot fire in addition to an air attack.  These resources are focusing on structure protection in the Glacier View area.

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Thank you note on firetruck at High Park Fire
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‘Thank You’ Notes Being Left on Firetrucks at the High Park Fire, Share Your ‘Thank You’ Message for the Firefighters

They say it's the little things and it's so true. Someone is leaving "Thank You" notes on the firetrucks working the High Park Fire this morning.

The fire has burned over 46,000 acres, and today, officials are saying the crews are more optimistic on making progress on building a fire line. The High Park Fire has been burning since Saturday and is estimated to be 10+% contained as of Wednesday morning. 

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Respiratory Therapy Manager at Poudre Valley Hospital Shares Fort Collins Air Quality Tips During High Park Fire [VIDEO]

Many of us in Fort Collins and Northern Colorado are smelling and breathing smoke, so that got us searching for ways to check on our air quality and the effects of the High Park Fire. Richard Hahn, Respiratory Therapy Manager at Poudre Valley Hospital shared some tips for all of us to keep in mind during the High Park Fire burning west of Fort Collins. 

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Larimer County Opening High Park Fire Disaster Recovery Center at CSU Friday

Larimer County announced that it will open the High Park Fire Disaster Recovery Center this Friday morning, June 15th at 7am at Johnson Hall on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins. This Disaster Recovery Center will provide a one-stop opportunity for victims of the High Park Fire to receive services and obtain information on County, State, and CSU services.

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Fort Collins Water Quality Not Affected by High Park Fire, City Is Monitoring

The City of Fort Collins Utilities wants residents to know it's taking steps to make sure the cities drinking water is not affected by the High Park Fire. Fort Collins’ drinking water quality has not been affected by recent fires. Officials can expect Fort Collins' water quality to remain at an expected high level.

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Colorado's High Park Fire Forces Evacuations
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President Obama Called Colorado Governor Hickenlooper as He Toured the High Park Fire Area

President Barack Obama called Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper on Tuesday to check on fire resources and to offer his thoughts to those affected by the High Park Fire that is only about 5% contained. 

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City of Greeley Presenting Information on the Impact the High Park Fire Could Have on It’s Water Supply

The Greeley City Council will hear a report at 5 p.m. today, June 12 regarding the current and possible impacts of the High Park Fire on Greeley’s water supply. The presentation will cover the challenges to Greeley’s water supply and the actions the City is currently taking and will take in the future to ensure that the community’s water resources are safe for residents and other water customers.

The presentation is open to the public at 919 7th Street in Greeley at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12. The presentation will also be available as follows:

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High Park Fire looking North towards Ted's Place and entrance to Poudre Canyon from the summit of Goat Hill, 9am 6/11.
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New Evacuations Ordered for Entire Pingree Park Road Area Residents, High Park Fire Is 5 Percent Contained

The High Park Fire is 5% contained, but 25 new evacuation orders were sent at 12:38 p.m. Evacuation orders have been issued for the entire Pingree Park Road area, to include Hourglass and Comanche Reservoirs, east on the Buckhorn Road up to and including Pennock Pass, northeast to the intersection of Stove Prairie Road and Highway 14, and west to the intersection of Highway 14 and Pingree Park Road.

All evacuated citizens may go to The McKee building at The Ranch at I25 and Crossroads Boulevard.

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Larimer County Bans Fireworks in Western Part of the County

The Board of Larimer County Commissioners approved a ban on the sale and use of fireworks and public fireworks displays for unincorporated western Larimer County (north to south), effective Saturday, June 16, 2012 when former restrictions are set to expire.

Open Fires are already restricted through September 30, 2012.

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