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Saturday, November 29, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Girl Scout cookies are here

Girl Scout cookies are here

  The 2013 Cookie Program in Colorado runs from January 27 - March 3, 2013. This year they will be selling the six most popular Girl Scout Cookie varieties, including Do-si-Dos, Samoas, Savannah Smiles, Tagalongs, Thin Mints and Trefoils. Support Girl Scouts Heroes You can still support Girl Scout Cookie time even if cookies aren't your thing. Girl Scouts adopt Hometown Heroes each year during the Cookie Program, such as non-profit organizations, food banks, military and ... Full Story

First appearance for kidnapping suspect

First appearance for kidnapping suspect

Suspect In Alleged Johnstown Child Abduction Has First Appearance In Weld County District Court GREELEY, Colo. – Today in Weld County District Court, David Calderon (DOB 3/7/74) made his first court appearance in connection with the alleged abduction of a teenage girl in Johnstown. District Court Judge Thomas Quammen advised Mr. Calderon of his rights and set his bond at $200,000. If Mr. Calderon does not post bond, the District Attorney has until Jan. 29 to decide whether to ... Full Story

Larimer Sheriff patrol cars to be more visible

Larimer Sheriff patrol cars to be more visible

Safety Upgrades to Patrol Fleet  The Larimer County Sheriff's Office has approved a safety upgrade to its patrol car fleet in the form of blue and yellow reflective striping on the rear of new vehicles. The markings dramatically improve visibility of the vehicles and improve safety for the public as well as for deputies. Last year, Sheriff Justin Smith took notice of the high visibility red and yellow reflective markings that Poudre Fire Authority added to their fleet of vehicles to ... Full Story

Deputy graduates from FBI National Academy

Deputy graduates from FBI National Academy

Captain John Manago Graduates from FBI National Academy Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith is pleased to announce that Captain John Manago has graduated from the FBI's National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. The 251st session of the National Academy included participants from 49 states, the District of Columbia, 29 international countries, four military organizations and six federal civilian organizations. FBI Director Robert Mueller was the principal speaker at the graduation ... Full Story

The shootings continue

Three People Hospitalized After Shooting At Lone Star College By Henry Decker At least three people have been shot at Lone Star College’s North Harris campus, just outside Houston, Texas. According to Lone Star College’s Twitter account, the shooting occurred between two individuals around 12:31 CST. The “danger has been mitigated,” and the situation is “under control.” According to local television network KTRK, two victims suffered multiple gunshot wounds, and were taken ... Full Story

Premier Gymnasticas at the 2013 Pikes Peak Cup

  By Julee Graham Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies participated in the 2013 Pikes Peak Cup at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs on January 18 and 19. Aerials Gymnastics hosted the event. Premier level 10 gymnast, Bailie Holst, was honored with an invitation to compete in the Premier Elite Session on Saturday night. The session included some of the best level 10 and Elite gymnasts from all over the country. Holst’s scores were as impressive as the invitation. Holst placed ... Full Story

Cat Spay, almost free

Cat Spay, almost free

  Cat Owners should “Beat the Heat” Before Spring with Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic’s Spay Promotion FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Jan. 21, 2013 – Warmer weather may still be months away, but Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic wants you to  “beat the heat” by spaying your cat in advance of her heat cycle and preventing unwanted litters from being born this spring. Animal shelters commonly refer to spring time as “kitten season” because ... Full Story

Update: Boulder policemen charged in elk shooting

Update: Boulder policemen charged in elk shooting

  Boulder officers arrested, accused of plotting 'trophy' kill of Mapleton elk Internal probe continues, could lead to termination             In Defense of Animals released this announcement this afternoon (January 18, 3013)       In Defense Of Animals Applauds Boulder District Attorney For Charging Elk Killers IDA also offers $1,500 for a permanent memorial for slain elk Boulder, Colo. (January ... Full Story

Heroes Behind the Badge

Heroes Behind the Badge

    Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith is inviting Larimer County residents to attend a special screening of the documentary film Heroes Behind the Badge on Friday, January 25 at 6:10 p.m. at the Timberline Church, 2908 South Timberline Road in Fort Collins. This documentary film features some of the brave men and women of law enforcement from around the country who have put their lives on the line and survived, and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Already this ... Full Story

Colorado experiencing significant flu activity

Colorado experiencing significant flu activity

DENVER— Influenza activity continues to increase in the United States, and most of the country is now experiencing high levels of influenza, according to CDC’s latest FluView report. Dr. Chris Urbina, executive director and chief medical officer at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment continues to recommend influenza vaccination for people who have not yet been vaccinated this season and antiviral treatment as early as possible for people who get sick and are at ... Full Story

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