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Greeley’s Free History Brown Bag Series Continues
Each month Greeley residents and learn more about Greeley's history for free with the Brown Bag Series, and it continues this month and in August. The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission continues the free History Brown Bag Series held on the 4th Thursday of each month from February through Oct…
Time to Say “I Do” to Wedding Insurance?
Wedding insurance, sometimes called wedding cancellation insurance, can offer peace of mind as expenses begin to add up. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances can put a damper on your special day. Maybe it’s a bridal store that shuts its doors before delivering your wedding gown, a caterer that go…
Does Your Dog Lay in the Hot Sunshine?
If you live with a pet, you know how much personality they can have. Each animal that I have lived with has been its own little being. Some of the things they do are normal. Others, strange.
Greeley Farmers’ Market Program to Benefit SNAP Recipients
The Greeley Farmers' Market at the Depot in Greeley has announced a new program that provides increased benefits to residents who are on the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. The new “SNAP it up!” program, funded by a grant through the Wholesome Wave Foundation, will double…
Larimer County Officials Ease Up on Fire Restrictions
Larimer County Officials are easing up a bit on fire restrictions and they plan to hold a meeting for those that lost their home in the High Park Fire.  Contained open fires are now allowed in the unincorporated areas of Larimer County. This means fires in camp stoves and grills using gas or pressur…
Fort Collins and Larimer County to Celebrate National Night Out
National Night Out is all about strengthening neighborhood relationships, preventing local crime, and sending a message that crime won't be tolerated. Fort Collins and the Larimer Country Sheriff's Office is encouraging everyone to get involved and be part of the 29th Annual National Night…
Fort Collins Mason Street Closed for 3 Weeks
Mason construction to last three weeks
Beginning today, Mason Street from Laurel to Cherry streets in Fort Collins will be closed to traffic for three weeks to accommodate a pair of projects. A mile of Railway tracks will be replaced and Mason street will be converted to two-way traffic to make way f…

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