Top 10 TRI-102.5 Stories of 2011
As we approach a new year on the calendar we wanted to take a look back. We've all been busy this year with work, school, our families and spending time online. We did some research and found the 10 most visited stories on TRI1025.com this year. Here's a recap of the articles you looked at the most in 2011.
Martin Mull. Fred Willard. The short run of Fernwood Tonight was like a precursor to the many classic Christopher Guest movies that Willard would star in.
Susan Moore got a FaceLift, and had a bump in the road. So many of you showed how much you cared by thinking of Susan after her bump in the road by reading her updates.
Tour de Fat – A bicycle parade of costumed Coloradoans followed by an all day festival celebrating the Bicycle…and Beer. Paul shared great photos of the annual event, and it got a lot of attention.
Dogs seem to be popular anytime, but this article got a lot of attention. Forty Beagles that had been raised in a testing lab facility in Spain arrived in Los Angeles in November were rescued by the The Beagle Freedom Project. The only life they ever knew was inside a small cage, never seeing the light of day.
There is no shortage of ghost stories in Fort Collins. Paul Wozniak visited the Vault on College Avenue and took a ghost tour of the ‘Wild West’.
Ed Jarrett is apparently a master Sand Castle builder. In June, Jarrett was certified by Guinness as having built the world’s largest sand castle. It took more than seven weeks to build and Ed had some help. 1500 volunteers.
Looking for love in all the wrong places? Here are some tips from a recent study that are sure to help you find a date or even fall in love.
Many of you were very interested in the X-Factor auditions that took place in Denver in May. We are so proud of Rachel Crow from Mead, Colorado. Even though she was voted off in December, we know you'll go far Rachel.
As I mentioned above, photos or videos of dogs seem very popular. A cute puppy that plays dead while playing with another dog was no exception. See the video again as you made it one of the most watched in 2011.
On October 18, 2011 I posted an article featuring an interview I did with an Occupy Fort Collins activist, Benjamin Gilmore to find out what the groups purpose was in Fort Collins. Six days later there was a devastating fire at Penny Flats in Old Town Fort Collins that caused $10 million in damage. On November 4, 2011, Fort Collins police and Federal authorities ruled the fire arson and named Benjamin David Gilmore as a suspect. That evening my video interview made most of the Denver television newscasts and blogs across the country, making this article the most viewed in 2011.