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Kevin Mussman

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.
High Park Fire map as of Monday, June 11, 2012 8:30 p.m.
Google Earth via Larimer County
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High Park Fire Has Burned 41,140 Acres as of Monday Evening, Evacuations Remain in Place

The High Park Fire burning 15 miles west of Fort Collins has now burned an estimated 41,140 acres and it continues to grow. On Monday, firefighters were able to anchor the SW corner of the fire, which will help start to establish fire line. Air support helped firefighters make ground on south and northeast corner of fire. The Colorado fire remains at 0% contained Monday night. Weather Tuesday is expected to be warmer and drier with winds out of the southwest and gusts up to about 18 mph.
Evacuation orders remain in place for the following areas:

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High Park Fire
High Park Fire
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City of Greeley Recreation Monitoring Greeley Air Quality Closely as High Park Fire Smoke Travels

As the smoke from the High Park Fire continues to travel, the City of Greeley is closely monitoring it's air quality, especially for citizens and kids participating in outdoor recreation activities. Poor air quality could cause breathing difficulties in Greeley and Weld County, especially for people susceptible to respiratory conditions.

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Thrift store clothing
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Fort Collins Thrift Store, Other Organizations Offer Clothing and Household Items to Those Affected by the High Park Fire

So many kind folks are reaching out to help our neighbors. Second Chance Thrift and Second Chance Veterans Charity are opening their doors to those that have been affected by the High Park Fire. They have an abundance of clothing and household items that they are willing to donate to those displaced by the fire.

If you cam help, any donations of clothing or household items will be greatly appreciated to help in this cause. Other local organizations are also collecting items and are here to help.

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Poudre River Trail
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Section of the Poudre Trail to be Closed Starting Wednesday in Windsor

Some work will be done in Windsor this week that will cause part of the Poudre Trail to be closed for about a week. A section of the Poudre River Trail, one mile east of State Highway 257 will be closed due to the Town of Windsor sewer interceptor project. The closure will occur from Wednesday, June 13th through Tuesday, June 26th.

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High Park Fire smoke over Fort Collins area
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100 Structures Damaged or Destroyed in the High Park Fire, Lightning Suspected to be the Cause

At least 100 structures have been damaged or destroyed, mostly in the Rist Canyon area as the High Park Fire continues to spread in Colorado. Officials say that some structures may have been damaged in other areas including Poudre Park, Soldier Canyon and Mill Canyon.

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Smoke from the High Park Fire visible in Windsor
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High Park Fire Grows to 20,000 Acres as of Sunday Evening, Over 2,000 Evacuations Ordered

Smoke is visible across Colorado and in Nebraska and Wyoming as a fire continues to grow quickly in Northern Colorado. The High Park Fire burning just 15 miles west of Fort Collins is now estimated to be 20,000 acres. 2,200 evacuation notices have been sent out as a result of a fire that is growing out of control due to high winds in the area. Gusts as high as 42 MPH in the area of the fire were reported Sunday.

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High Park Fire
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High Park Fire Grows to 14,000 Acres, Officials Issue Health Advisory for Fort Collins and Beyond

The High Park Fire is burning 15 miles west of Fort Collins estimated to be at 14,000 acres and growing with 0% containment. Officials have issued a health advisory for Fort Collins and the Front Range due to the heavy smoke.

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Greeley sugar beets
waterarchives.org, Via waterarchives on Flickr
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Greeley Historical Preservation Committee Invites the Public to a Presentation on about Greeley’s Spanish Colony

The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission invites the public to a special presentation about Greeley’s Spanish Colony by Gabe and Jody Lopez on Thursday, June 14th at the Jesus Rodarte Community Center at 920 A Street in Greeley at 7 p.m.  The Great Western Sugar Company built Greeley’s Spanish Colony in 1924 for Hispanic beet workers. It was one of over 100 colonies the sugar beet industry constructed for beet workers. The public is invited to attend this free presentation.

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Category: Greeley News
Kevin Mussman, TRI-102.5
Kevin Mussman, TRI-102.5
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Join Kevin Mussman at Fossil Creek Nursery Saturday – Drawing for a $500 Gift Card and Great Specials

Beautiful, warm weather is in the forecast for Saturday, and that means a great time to get some landscaping done. I will be at Fossil Creek Nursery in Fort Collins tomorrow (Saturday) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. We will be drawing for the $500 gift card giveaway, plus three, $100 gift cards from the TRI-102.5 online contest. Fossil Creek Nursery will have great specials and we will have hot dogs and soda!

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