I can think of a lot of good stuff I would buy if I had $12 million. Road work probably wouldn’t be on the top of my list, but if you have driven on Highway 85 in Greeley recently, you know that it is in need. That is why someone is spending their $12 million, I guess it’s ours in a way, on fixing ‘er up! The project to reconstruct and add safety improvements to almost three miles of U.S. 85 in Greeley begins today.
It was well documented that Greeley gets it’s water from the mountains near where the first wildfire was burning earlier this spring near Fort Collins. The residents in Greeley lucked out though, that the ash and soot from the Hewlett Gulch Fire didn’t affect their drinking water. That could all change. Should a big rainfall come, that could mean big problems for Greeley’s water.
I can remember a time not too long ago when there were two or three restaurants or bars in Downtown Greeley that were worth going to. In recent years the downtown area has cleaned up and added many great business. Now the area has become the first in the state to allow you to take your alcohol to go as well. Tonight, the new law goes into effect and to help celebrate, the Friday Fest kickoff concert is tonight as well.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Regional Air Quality Council have issued an OZONE ACTION DAY ALERT alert for today, saying ozone levels are forecast to be at a moderate to unhealthy range for sensitive groups.
If you are planning a trip to our neck of the woods today, Windsor, you may want to either reschedule or come up with an alternate route to the commonly traveled Main Street (Highway 392). The milling and repaving project will continue in Windsor today with some major closures most likely causing delays in travel.
It’s nothing new for one of the most famous truck stops in the country to be receiving national attention. Johnson’s Corner, which has gained international fame over the years for its cinnamon rolls, is expected to have a spot on an upcoming episode of “Food Paradise” on The Travel Channel titled “Truck Stop Paradise.”
For six summers now The Promenade Shops at Centerra have kept folks entertained on Friday nights during June and July by playing free family movies. Starting June 1st it will be seven summers. Movies on Main is returning to The Promenade Shops at Centerra for 9 weeks starting with a showing of Cars 2.
It wasn’t more than two months ago that I was talking about the new laundry detergent pods on the radio, explaining that I though they were one of the best inventions since sliced bread. The perfectly measured capsules of laundry soap assure you don’t use too much or too little, and never leave any behind when the container starts to run low. It seems like sliced bread may still have a hand up though, as it has never made anyone sick. The pods can’t say the same as six children around Colorado have been sickened after eating the single use laundry detergent packages.
One of the most beautiful venues to watch a show or concert in Northern Colorado is undoubtedly the Union Colony Civic Center (UCCC) in Downtown Greeley. The UCCC announced their 2012-13 line-up yesterday. It features a wide variety of shows ranging from country, to comedy, to Broadway. The season worked its way toward more concerts than past years, but also includes many Broadway hits and first-time creations.
It was this day, May 22nd, 4 years ago that the small town of Windsor, Colorado will never forget. It was the first time Weld County had seen an f3 tornado since 1950, and it’s 130 to 150 mile per hour winds ripped through the town.
For those of us who live in and around Fort Collins it should be no surprise that Fort Collins has again been named one of the top bicycle-friendly cities in the country. Bicycling Magazine ranked Fort Collins No. 11 on the list of the top 50 bike-friendly cities in America.
Even though the Hewlett Fire in the Poudre Canyon grew to right around 640 acres yesterday, there was good news as the fire moved away from homes. Some unfortunate news also came out Tuesday though. Undersheriff Bill Nelson said it appeared the fire was man-caused.
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