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Archive for June 15, 2010

Earthsky Tonight—June 16, Waxing Crescent Moon meets

Earthsky Tonight—June 16, Waxing Crescent Moon meets the “Little King” of Leo

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org If you have been watching the crescent moon over the past few days, you know that since it passed Venus a couple of nights ago, it slips farther east and is slightly fuller each evening. Tonight it is well placed in the sunset sky in the early evening, appearing to pass near Regulus, the “Little King” or “Heart of the Lion,” in Leo. Face the western sky just after it gets dark and you can easily find the lunar crescent, ... Full Story

12th Annual Berthoud Historic Home Tour

12th Annual Berthoud Historic Home Tour

On June 19 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., the Berthoud Historical Society will be opening doors to Colorado history with the 12th Annual Berthoud Historic Home Tour. Known as Colorado's "Garden Spot," the Town of Berthoud boasts a contemporary small-town feel and a rich history, while remaining a dynamic spot for growth on Colorado's Front Range. With the Berthoud Historic Homes Tour, visitors have first-hand look into the architectural and design heritage of this Colorado community while strolling ... Full Story

Poudre flooding closes Greeley roads

Poudre flooding closes Greeley roads

River Flooding Prompts Greeley Public Works to Close 35th Avenue & Poudre River Trail. The Cache La Poudre River through Greeley continues to run at or near flood stage due to rain and snowmelt. As a result, Greeley’s public works department has now added 35th Avenue between F Street and O Street to the list of closed streets. These Greeley Streets remain closed: 6th Ave from 5th St. to the Poudre River bridge; 71st Ave from Poudre River Ranch north to O Street; 83rd Ave and 95th Avenues ... Full Story

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