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Downtown Greeley hosts 1st Annual Holiday Open House

Downtown Greeley hosts 1st Annual Holiday Open House

Greeley, Colorado – Downtown Greeley presents the 1st Annual Holiday Open House in association with the Greeley Lights the Nights Parade and Tree Lighting ceremony on Saturday, November 27 from 9 am-5 pm. This is a great opportunity to get some holiday shopping done, entertain out of town guests, and soak in the holiday festivities! The Holiday Open House features 27 downtown businesses that will be open throughout the day, many of which will provide refreshments, music, prizes, ... Full Story

Thompson School District proposed calendar

Thompson School District proposed calendar

The Thompson School District calendar committee has completed work on three proposed calendars for the 2011-2012 school year. Each proposed calendar, and information about each calendar, is available in English and Spanish on the district website, www. thompsonschools.org. Access to the information is from the website bulletin board. From the calendar information page, the community can go to a short survey asking them to select their preference of the three proposed calendars. The calendar ... Full Story

Officers cleared in Haskew shooting

Officers cleared in Haskew shooting

    The Coloradoan.com DA clears officers in connection with fatal Berthoud shooting By Trevor Hughes Berthoud police Chief Glen Johnson was the first arriving officer to Haskew's home shortly after 9 p.m. on Nov.8. Johnson said the wife had reported Haskew had been drinking and was initially refusing to let her leave. As Johnson arrived, Haskew's wife and four young children left, but Haskew went inside and shut the door. Johnson then reported hearing multiple ... Full Story

Skunks spreading rabies to Front Range

  Rabies Confirmed in Coyote in Cortez Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment DENVER-- A coyote in Cortez has tested positive for rabies according to lab results from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The Colorado Division of Wildlife and Montezuma County Health Department submitted the coyote for rabies testing after property owners reported it was acting strangely by trying to enter a fenced enclosure with dogs and showing no fear of loud noises or ... Full Story

Loveland High School Wind Symphony in Seattle

Loveland High School Wind Symphony in Seattle

The Loveland High School Wind Symphony just returned from their performance at the 32nd annual Western International Band Clinic in Seattle, Washington. The band clinic, which brings together top conductors and composers from around the world, invites one high school band each year to perform a 75-minute concert during the opening night of the conference, The Loveland wind symphony, one of three performing bands at the school, represents the first band in the state to receive the ... Full Story

Thanksgiving Harry Potter Celebration

Thanksgiving Harry Potter Celebration

Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center In celebration of the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, the Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center will host a series of magical events on Friday, November 26, and Saturday, November 27.  All Harry Potter activities are included in the price of admission to the museum. A special presentation by the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, The Owls of Harry Potter, is scheduled for Saturday, November 27, at 11 ... Full Story

Thanksgiving Week DUI Crackdown

Thanksgiving Week DUI Crackdown

  Thanksgiving Week DUI Crackdown Aims to Gobble Up Impaired Drivers in Colorado Heat is On enforcement begins Tuesday as holiday travelers hit the road November 22, 2010 Denver, CO – Motorists across Colorado have a lot to be thankful for this holiday week, as hundreds of law enforcement officers hit the road to protect them from the threat of impaired drivers. The Colorado State Patrol and 71 agencies are participating in a special Thanksgiving week “Heat Is On” ... Full Story

Board of Trustees: No Meeting

Board of Trustees: No Meeting

  BERTHOUD BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING November 23, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. NO MEETING

Broncos Fall in San Diego, 35-14

Broncos Fall in San Diego, 35-14

The Broncos started strong in their lone Monday Night Football appearance of the season but couldn't keep it going, falling to the San Diego Chargers, 35-14, at Qualcomm Stadium. Knowshon Moreno capped a 6-play, 69-yard opening drive with a 4-yard touchdown run. Behind Philip Rivers' four touchdown passes, San Diego responded by running off 35 unanswered points before Kyle Orton added a late touchdown pass to Brandon Lloyd. Denver dropped to 3-7 on the season. The team ... Full Story

Expanded Hours for King Tut

Expanded Hours for King Tut

at the Denver Art Museum   FINAL WEEKS: To meet demand, DAM adds morning, evening exhibition hours WHAT: The Denver Art Museum (DAM) is offering expanded hours for visits to see Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs in its only Rocky Mountain engagement. WHEN: Expanded hours will begin on Tuesday, Nov. 23, and continue until the exhibition closes on Jan. 9, 2011. Tickets currently are available for these new timeslots via Denver Art Museum member ticketing as well as ... Full Story

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