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
One Man Shot to Death in Loveland and Another Injured Thursday Night
They found one man dead and a second adult man that had been shot. The injured man was taken to an area hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.
THE BARN WORKOUT – Brian, Todd, and Susan on K99
Watch and listen as Susan leads Brian Gary and Todd Harding-the Good Morning Guys-in THE BARN WORKOUT in honor of Women's Health & Fitness Day on K99
The Big Mac Gets Even Better
The classic burgers include the hamburger, cheeseburger, double cheeseburger, McDouble, Quarter Pounder w/Cheese, Double Quarter Pounder w/Cheese, and Big Mac
Vehicle Trespass Suspects Arrested in Larimer County
LCSO asks all residents to lock your car, take your keys, and hide valuables left in your car. Please also secure your garage overnight.
Here’s Why We Smell Smoke in Northern Colorado Today
The fire began September 15, 2018, and its cause is not known yet. The smoke has been credited for our recent brilliant orange sunrises and sunsets.
Poachers Kill Two Bull Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park
Park officials said the poached animals were likely viewed by tens of thousands of park visitors prior to their deaths.
Beef from Northern Colorado Meat Plant Recalled Due to E.coli Scare
More than 66 tons of ground beef is being recalled because it could be contaminated with E.coli. The beef comes from Cargill Meat Solutions of Fort Morgan, CO.
Johnstown Officer ID’d as Drowning Victim at Horsetooth Rez
Johnstown PD said Thomas grew up on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent and always dreamed of coming to the United States to work as a police officer.
Train Starts Grass Fires Between Longmont and Boulder
This incident is a good reminder that fire danger conditions in the area are high and to please use caution while you are out and about.
Loveland Woman Arrested After Charitable Fraud Investigation
Eagle told friends she had multiple serious medical conditions resulting in unpaid medical bills and her inability to pay for her own living expenses.
Is the Change of Seasons Leaving You Sleepless in Colorado?
This is a time of year when some people have trouble falling and staying asleep. It is a disruption of circadian rhythm caused by the changing of the season.
Seaman Fire Update – Now 100 Percent Contained
The U.S. Forest Service said the Seaman Fire, northwest of Fort Collins, has burned about 230 acres with 35 percent containment since it was discovered Tuesday