‘Area News’ Archives
Update on the Arrest of John Marks, Jr. Larimer County Sheriff: Press Release, October 30, 2010 John Marks, Jr., is being held at the Larimer County Detention Center on a $100,000 bond. No further information is being released at this time nor will any interviews be given as this is an on-going investigation Arrest of John Marks, Jr. Larimer County Sheriff: Press Release October 29, 2010 On October 29, ... Full Story
Thompson School District is holding informational nights for students and parents interested in the special programs offered at district middle schools. Check the information below for information on when and where the meetings are being held.
Information on Colorado Politics and the current betting line on major contests in the state at ColoradoPols.com The Rise of Sewer Money Commentary by Joe Conason In New York, there is a traditional name for the kind of anonymous cash now cascading into the American electoral process. It's called sewer money. ...
Letter to the Editor: B. J. Nikkel is not the advocate for taxpayers and children that she claims to be. First of all, you don’t file to sue the Larimer County Sheriff’s office for $10 million putting the screws to the county taxpayers on the expectation that your son’s arrest charges will be reduced. Secondly, you don’t brag about the awards you have received for pointing out deficiencies in social programs that you have worked consistently to de-fund. Third, you don’t vote to ... Full Story
It came as a complete surprise for Berthoud resident Denise Schump when she was called to the stage at Lucile Erwin Middle School at a special assembly on Tuesday. She had been nominated for special recognition by Blake Martin, a student in her eighth grade class. Blake had written a letter to the TRI 102.5 radio station, which, in partnership with K99 radio in Windsor, honors a teacher each Tuesday of the school year. Shump was chosen as this Tuesday’s (October 26) teacher of ... Full Story
Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Board Condemns Colorado's "Big Bad Three" Ballot Initiatives The Board of Directors of Rocky Mountain Farmers Union has denounced the “Big Bad Three” initiatives (Amendment 60, Amendment 61, and Proposition 101) is potentially disastrous for the state of Colorado and its local communities. Speaking of Amendment 60, RMFU Board Chair Jan Kochis said, “It could kill the schools, community recreation programs, and any new capital improvement ... Full Story
DATE: October 25, 201 The Larimer County Coroner has released the identification of the decedent found near Estes Park on October 23, 2010 as that of Kathy Adams, age 57, who was reported missing on October 12, 2010. The Coroner has ruled her death to be homicide. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is continuing their investigation into this incident. At this time no further statement is being issued. Follow up press release As stated previously, On October ... Full Story
By Dan Karpel From Aurora: Spartans win a close game against Platte Valley. Trailing in the fifth inning the Spartans rallied to take a 5-4 lead only to have the Broncos score two runs in the bottom of the inning. Berthoud came back to win 7-6. Championship game results later today. Go Spartans Class 3A State Softball: Valley advances to finals, Platte Valley ... Greeley Tribune By Bobbly Fernandez The Spartans ... Full Story
Berthoud's three touchdowns in the first quarter put them ahead at the half. However, Erie came up with a score in the third period and held Berthoud scoreless in the second half. Final score of 21-26, Berthoud's third loss in a row. Ruebsam threw for 182 yards and one touchdown. Full story tomorrow. Stats for game
Larimer County Sheriff Press Release October 22, 2010 After attending the Old Fashioned Political Rally at the Ranch on October 12, 2010, Robert Trucker(102560) of Brighton, Colorado, filed a report with Larimer County Sheriff's Office on October 13, 2010, that he had been assaulted the night before by Attorney General John Suthers. The two had been in a discussion about a proposition on the November ballot. An LCSO Lieutenant began an extensive investigation into ... Full Story