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Friday, October 31, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Red Feather Fire Final Update

Red Feather Fire Final Update

      Larimer County Sheriff PRESS RELEASE A fast moving fire claimed two summer cabins in Red Feather Lakes early this morning and resulted in 367 evacuation notices being issued for Fox Acres and homes along portions of County Road 67J.  Winds gusting up to 50 to 60 miles-per-hour created 12 spot fires.  A large propane tank near one of the cabins exploded in the fire and went through a building across the street.  The building, owned by the Red Feather ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics at Xtreme Altitude

    2012 Xtreme Altitude Fall Classic By Julee Graham Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies had their final meet of the compulsory season before the Colorado State Championships. Xtreme Altitude Gymnastics hosted the “2012 Xtreme Altitude Fall Classic” on November 17 and 18. Premier’s Level 5 Team took second Place and the Level 4 Team took third Place in the Team Competition. Level 4: Top five Individual All-Around Finishers: In the Child Division, Naima ... Full Story

24′ telescope working at LTO

24′ telescope working at LTO

First Light   The Little Thompson Observatory (LTO) in Berthoud, is proud to announce that it acquired First Light through its historic 24” (610 mm) Telescope on Friday, November 16. The first objects viewed were the Pleiades Star Cluster and the Andromeda Galaxy. A team of dedicated volunteers has been working diligently over the past five years to make this event possible. Preliminary results of visual observations through the eye piece indicate that the telescope is in excellent ... Full Story

Reduced Hours at local SSA office

  Fort Collins Social Security Office to Close to the Public a Half Hour Early Each Day and at Noon on Wednesdays Effective November 19, 2012, the Fort Collins Social Security office will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday.  In addition, beginning January 2, 2013, the office will close to the public at noon every Wednesday. While agency employees will continue to work their regular hours, this shorter ... Full Story

Larimer County Clerk open for mail in ballots this

Larimer County Clerk open for mail in ballots this weekend

            Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations Available Saturday & Monday More than 75% of all active registered voters in Larimer County have opted to vote by mail in the upcoming election.  “We’re very pleased that folks are taking advantage of this convenient way of voting,” says Scott Doyle, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder.  “Now we need to let those voting by mail know that they shouldn’t wait until the last minute to ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics shines at Jet Kids

Premier Gymnastics shines at Jet Kids

  Left to Right; Madison Blair, Morgan Kenner, Lauren Thomas, Reagan Ball, Kylla Justice, Katie Parsons, Abby Stoops, Kaiya Lindhardt and Kira Sanchez Two team Champions for Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies. Jet Kids were the host for Jet Gymnastics 2012 Pink Ribbon Invitational this past weekend, October 27 & 28. Both Level 4 and Level 6 Teams took home the Championship Banners from the meet. Our Level 5 took home the third Place Banner from the meet. Level 4: Top 5 ... Full Story

Car – Truck accident in Greeley

Car – Truck accident in Greeley

From Greeley Fire Department Fire Crews Rescue Truck Driver in Roll Over Crash At 7:18 am today (10/25/2012) the Greeley Fire Department was called to a traffic accident at the  intersection of Highway 85 and “O” Street, north of Greeley. Arriving fire crews quickly called for more assistance after seeing that the crash involved four vehicles, one being a trash truck which had rolled over and landed on top of a car, both of which were on the top edge of a 50 foot icy, snow ... Full Story

Taxpayer money for Republicans

Taxpayer money for Republicans

        Review: Gessler lone statewide official to tap fund for partisan use By Tim Hoover The Denver Post State law says they can use the funds for official business as they "see fit," and Colorado's five statewide elected officials spend money from their offices' discretionary accounts on meals, office supplies, parking, salaries, employee retirement parties and occasional travel to nonpartisan events — among other things. But a review of ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire Calls: October, 2012

Berthoud Fire Calls: October, 2012

  Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident activity for October 2012 Monday, October 1 BFPD assisted TVEMS with a medical call on 4th St. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to Foothills Dr. for a medical call. The patient was transported. Tuesday, October 2 BFPD responded to First United Methodist Church for a fire alarm that was troubled and causing an alert message. Apparently a power outage a few hours earlier had affected the alarm.. BFPD responded to a report of ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics at the Judges Cup

Premier Gymnastics at the Judges Cup

  Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies Level 4 and 5 Teams both placed third at the Judges Cup 2012. The 5280 club in Wheatridge hosted this meet on October 13 and 14. Level 4 All-Around: Gracie Wadlington and Kylie Cook both tied for fourth place. Level 4 Top 5 Individual Event Finishers: Gracie Wadlington was Balance Beam champion with a score of 9.475. Kylie Cook Placed fourth in both Beam and Floor. Abby Budd was Vault champion with a score of 9.675. Level 5 All-Around: ... Full Story

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