Susan began her broadcasting career about 40 years ago while attending Minot State University. She was the weather anchor for the 6 and 10 pm newscasts and notes, “North Dakota was really cold.” With her B.A. in hand, Susan began working in radio which became a lifelong passion that took her from ND to Anchorage, San Diego, Denver, and to Fort Collins in 1989. Susan’s achievements include being in the Miss America Pageant as Miss North Dakota 1974 (at 18-years-old). Multiple Colorado Broadcaster Association Awards and a national Country Music Association award in broadcasting have dotted Susan’s career, and in 2017 she was inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame along with K99 morning show partners Brian Gary and Todd Harding. “Words of wisdom from my dad: Keep your cool, do your best, and remember who you are.” Susan and her husband, Dr. Bob, live on a small horse farm outside of Fort Collins CO. ... visit Susan's Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/susan.moorelawrence
15 Horses Killed Overnight in Brighton Barn Fire
I know first hand how terrifying it is to wake up in the middle of the night to see your barn on fire. Mine burned down the night of Groundhog Day in 2007.
Susan Gets Bear Kisses and a Cat Back Rub: Pets of the Week
Larimer Humane Society takes in strays, surrenders, and transfers from other shelters. There's not always info about them, but the animals tell us their stories
Man Tips Port-a-Potty in Boulder and Gets Arrested
Boulder police arrested a man caught tipping a port-a-potty after he accidently revealed his bag of cocaine to them . He also had several IDs .
Woman and Her Two Young Sons Found Dead in Suburban Denver
A missing persons case in Highlands Ranch ended yesterday morning. The bodies of Jennifer Laber and her 3- and 5-year-old sons were discovered in their minivan
Happy Ending for Stray Dog at Larimer Humane Society [VIDEO]
Here's a little movie about a lost dog and features a very happy ending for her thanks to Larimer Humane Society. It's what they do every day.
What Food Banks Don’t Ask For… But Need
Local food banks did an extraordinary job leading up to Thanksgiving, distributing thousand of turkeys and all the fixings
- here's what they didn't ask for
- here's what they didn't ask for
Fort Collins Animal Rescues to ‘Fix Pits’ in December
I've met several pitties and found them to be ever so engaging and sweet. It's no wonder American Pit Bull Terriers are one of the most popular dog breeds.
Black Friday Adoption Promotion at Larimer Humane Society
On Friday, November 25th from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. all adult cats (1+ year) will be $10 off. Swing by the shelter on Black Friday and take a cat in need home!
85-Year-Old Woman Backed Over by Semi in Fort Collins
Ilse Westphal was waiting at a bus stop Tuesday afternoon when her view was blocked by a semi about to back up. She walked behind it to see if her bus was near
Neighbor Calls 911 After Fatal Stabbing in Fort Collins
A neighbor, Jeremy Keltner, who is a cardiac tech at PVH, heard the confrontation between the victim, the suspect and a woman being threatened.
800 Miracles Needed Before Mustangs Likely Head to Slaughter
I personally support these groups who support the horses. It's my hope that you will spread the word because these horses need a miracle...actually 800 of them.
Susan Get Spooked, Spencer Runs in Circles: Pets of the Week
I don't know that I've ever enjoyed a volunteer job more than this weekly jaunt to Larimer Humane Society. My goal is to showcase the older harder to place pets.