Some people, namely me, have a problem. A shopping problem. Things is, it has been pretty easy to curb the problem as of late in Fort Collins due to a lack of a good mall. That all is about to change however. Walton Street Capital and Alberta Development Partners purchased the Foothills Mall in July for $39.6 million and plan to redevelop it with an eye on reopening for the holiday season in 2014.
It has been called an “internal business decision” by Allegiant Airlines, but that decision has many scratching their heads. It was announced last week that Allegiant Air will discontinue service from the Fort Collins/Loveland Municipal Airport on Oct. 29. The abrupt decision is sure to hurt the airport, but will it also affect how you travel?
The year was 1994, and the hearts of residents all over Colorado were captured by the birth of twin polar bears at the Denver Zoo. Klondike & Snow were rock stars. People lined up for hours to get a glimpse, others wore t-shirts with their pictures, and one thing was for sure, you always heard about them on the news at night. It’s hard to believe it’s been 17 years since two polar bears captured our hearts. Now the world has lost one. Snow passed away Monday at a zoo in Arizona.
It doesn’t happen everyday, actually it doesn’t happen often at all. Love him, hate him, or don’t care about politics, it becomes quite a spectacle when the President of the United States rolls into town. If you tried to drive around Fort Collins yesterday afternoon or evening you got a taste of it. So why was Obama in town? To say these things…
It was such a simple idea to send a guy, named Guy, all around the country to visit some of the most iconic “mom and pop” sort of restaurants. The show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives (DDD) is one of those shows that once you finally force yourself to watch it once, you will be hooked for life. Since we think the show is so cool, and we have plenty of our own Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives around Northern Colorado we have decided to start our own series of videos highlighting the best of the best. But before we can start, we need to know where we should go!
It sure was convenient to be able to board a commercial jet and head to Las Vegas or Phoenix right from our backyard at the Fort Collins/Loveland Municipal Airport, was being the key word. Allegiant Air has abruptly declared it’s ending service from the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport by mid-October.
Weather forecasters say that it could be the worst hurricane to hit the United States since Katrina almost 7 years to the date. Hurricane Isaac has already caused the Republican National Convention to be delayed and Alabama, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana have all declared states of emergency with Isaac looming. Our thoughts and prayers are with those to the south, but Isaac could also affect us.
My eyes are itchy and watery, the nights are getting cooler, and I have this strange craving to eat sweet corn all the time, it must be time for the Corn Roast Festival! 2012 marks the 30th year that the Loveland Chamber of Commerce has organized this longtime community festival, and it also looks to be one of the most entertaining on the books. Come join us in Downtown Loveland tonight (8/24/12) and tomorrow (8/25/12) for Loveland’s Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival.
Not to make light of any of the recent disasters that have happened around our great state, but as time goes by it is easy to forget about the worst natural disaster in Colorado history. It was 36 years ago today on July 31st, 1976 that the Big Thompson River flooded and took 144 peoples lives.
In a case legal analysts expect to be dominated by arguments over the sanity of shooter James Holmes, Colorado prosecutors filed formal charges Monday against the former University of Colorado student accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others at an Aurora movie theater.
We knew they were coming, we were just waiting to see how bad they would be. Today the NCAA revealed the punishments it has put on Penn State University following a child sex abuse scandal in which university officials including former head coach Joe Paterno hid to protect themselves from bad publicity. NCAA president Mark Emmert and Ed Ray, the chairman of the NCAA’s executive committee announced the sanctions at a news conference this morning.
As I sat and watched the tributes and speeches last night meant to honor those affected by the horrendous events that took place in an Aurora movie theater early Friday morning there was one thing that was mentioned that really stuck with me. It came from President Obama. He said something along the lines of not letting the evil person who did these horrible things get the attention, but rather give our attention to the good people who were hurt and lost. That is what I plan to do over the next few days. Today we remember the youngest victim to pass, 6-year-old Veronica Moser-Sullivan.
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