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Posts Tagged ‘Larimer County’

Support your local sheriff

Support your local sheriff

          Larimer County is continually identified as one of the best places to live. Very soon we’ll have the chance to ensure our community also remains one of the safest places to live. The November election will ask voters to respond again to maintain public safety by extending the current sales tax initiative to support operations of the county jail for the next 15 years. Public-safety programs in Larimer County are threatened due to ... Full Story

Suicide Resource Center to commemorate 22 years of

  Larimer County, CO – The Suicide Resource Center of Larimer County will commemorate twenty-two years of active involvement in Northern Colorado on Thursday, October 6 with its annual Life Savers Fundraiser Breakfast at the Fort Collins Hilton, 425 W. Prospect Road. The one-hour event begins at 7:30 AM and will include music by Mark Sloniker, guest speakers, highlights of the successes of the past year, and insights into the future direction of the organization. This is a free event; ... Full Story

United Way 9/11 rememberance

United Way 9/11 rememberance


Foundation on aging helps seniors

The Foundation on Aging for Larimer County has announced an increase in 2011 funding for its emergency assistance program.  According to Bonnie Shetler, President of the Foundation on Aging Board, this decision was in response to an increase in requests for funds on behalf of individuals in need. “The purpose of this program,” said Shetler, “is to support low income seniors with immediate, one-time assistance with unanticipated expenses for such basic needs as medicine, housing, ... Full Story

Thank You for the Food

Thank You for the Food

To the Editor:     I would like to thank Berthoud Community Library patrons for their generosity in donating food for the Berthoud House of Neighborly Service as part of our adult summer reading program. Since May 23, you have donated 213 pounds of food. Summer tends to be a time when food banks experience fewer donations, so two years ago the library added, “Bring a Food Donation” to the summer program bingo card in order to help another important community ... Full Story

Larimer and Boulder County on flood watch

The Colorado Water Conservation Board has issued a a flood watch advisory for Larimer and Boulder Counties. Outlook for Larimer County: Flash Flood Watch issued by NWS for foothills portion of Larimer County. Snowmelting with additional rainfall on top of what has already fallen could lead to flooding issues later today. An additional 1"-1.5" of liquid equivalent is possible through today Outlook for Boulder County: Flash Flood Watch issued by NWS for foothills portion of Boulder ... Full Story

Bring the Kids to Carter Lake to Learn to Sail!

More boats! More kids! More fun!   This summer the Carter Lake Sailing Club, a long term partner with the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources, will again provide three fun-filled weekends for 10-to-16-year-olds to sail on beautiful Carter Lake. Whether first time sailors or more advanced, they’ll have a blast sailing in “Sunfish” sailboats while working on improving skills. The goal of the Sailing Club is not only to introduce kids to a wonderful sport, but to ... Full Story

New Larimer County Recreation Map Available Everywhere

Recreating at your local parks and open spaces just got easier. The new Larimer County Department of Natural Resources Recreation Map is available. The Recreation Map includes all the Larimer County-managed recreation trails, camping areas, swimming areas, climbing spots, and other recreation opportunities. “The map was intended to be an all-encompassing recreation planning tool,”said Jeffrey Boring, Larimer County Resource Specialist and Map Project Manager. “We’ve got ... Full Story

Larimer County May hikes and programs

Guided Hikes and Programs Saturday, May 7 at 9:00 a.m. “Hummers – the birds that is, not the cars!” Did you know that hummingbirds migrate hundreds of miles each year? Or how to tell the Ruby throats apart from the Rufous varities?  Learn the answers to these questions and more with Naturalist Bob at Horsetooth Mountain Open Space, located just west of Fort Collins off County Rd 28E, with a program dedicated to the smallest of the woodland birds – the Hummingbird. Approximately 2 ... Full Story

SWAT Deployment

SWAT Deployment

Date:                   May 3, 2011 Several homes had to be evacuated in the 3300-block of Saratoga Street in Wellington last night as Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a report of a domestic disturbance with a woman and child allegedly not being allowed to leave the residence.  After deputies arrived, they discovered the woman and child had left the residence but at least one gunshot was heard coming from inside the residence.  A pistol was later recovered ... Full Story

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