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Friday, July 28, 2017

Posts Tagged ‘Loveland’

Sculpture in the Dark

Sculpture in the Dark

Snow Sculptures and More... Snow Sculpture Event and Street Festival to be held in Downtown Loveland The event is planned for December 10-11, 2010 and will be held in downtown Loveland. Activities include a parade of lights, snow sculpting competition (December 8-11), an artisan show, entertainment, youth art project in conjunction with the Colorado Meth Project, sleigh rides with Santa and wagon rides for the family and more! Snow Sculptors who have competed internationally will magically ... Full Story

First Coffee with Cabrera scheduled

First Coffee with Cabrera scheduled

Thompson School District Superintendent Ron Cabrera will be available to meet with members of the community during an informal session Thursday, Nov. 18, from 6:30 to 8 a.m. at Schmidt’s Bakery and Delicatessen, 808 14th Street SW. Dr. Cabrera will answer questions from staff, parents and other members of the community during the first of several informal gatherings scheduled in the weeks to come at various locations within the district. The next one is Dec. 15 at the Loveland Coffee ... Full Story

Update on Arrest of John Marks, Jr

Update on Arrest of John Marks, Jr

  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, 2010, at 6:10 PM, John Marks, Jr. was taken into custody by ... Full Story

Thompson School District informational nights for 8th

Thompson School District informational nights for 8th grade

  Thompson School District Informational Nights for Eighth Grade Students and Parents Parents and 8th Grade students who will be in high school in 2011-12 are invited to attend one or more information nights regarding specialized programs at different high schools. Each Thompson School District high school offers one or more specialized programs designed to enrich the educational experience for students.  To learn more about these educational programs, parents and students may attend any ... Full Story

Our Economy

Our Economy

To the Editor, This is a fine mess we’ve gotten ourselves into. Both our unemployment rate and our national debt are ‘way too high, and improving either one will make the other worse. Spending money to increase jobs will increase our debt. Laying off government workers to lower spending will increase unemployment. More unemployment = less consumer spending = fewer new jobs. If we do nothing, we stagnate. The Obama Administration is struggling mightily with this inherited mess, but ... Full Story

To the editor

To the editor

Brian DelGrosso: family man, tireless worker and guardian of our personal rights. Brian has the ability to digest regulations and laws and apply the consequences to the regular guy. He is not interested in cutting deals or making a career out of politics. Brian is a small business owner. He knows what it means to juggle payroll, employees and be successful in spite of heavy government regulations and burdensome taxes. You can tell a lot about a persons character by what they do when they ... Full Story

Obituary: Lisa Lynn Adams

Obituary: Lisa Lynn Adams

Lisa Lynn Adams, 40, of Berthoud, passed away October 6, 2010. She was born on October 26, 1969 in Loveland, Colorado to Sheryl and Brian Adams. Lisa was a Colorado native. She graduated from Loveland High School in 1988. She graduated from North East Junior College, Sterling, Colorado in 1982 where she majored in Music and Theater. She was an Executive Assistant in Real Estate and Food Manufacturing and a Project Coordinator at A.O.R.N. Lisa was a lifetime mascot of the City of Loveland ... Full Story

What is newsworthy in Loveland, Colorado?

This week a woman was sitting on a bus stop bench in downtown Loveland when a very intoxicated man approached and verbally attacked her with vile, ignorant language. The woman ran into the Alternatives to Violence office on Fourth Street with the man in pursuit, where he threatened and verbally attacked her and the staff. When he was asked to leave, he put his fist through the front office window. He stood threatening and bleeding on Fourth Street. Several Loveland Police  officers came and ... Full Story

Woman attacks art work at Loveland Museum

  Museum Incident Oct. 6, 2010 Update as of 5 p. m., Oct. 6, 2010 A woman is in custody as a result of an incident at the Loveland Museum/Gallery at approximately 4 p. m., Oct. 6, 2010 in relation to the current controversy over a work of art in a museum display. Loveland police are on the scene. According to reports, a woman allegedly came into the museum and stood in front of the controversial image. Using a crowbar or similar tool, she then broke the glass that protected the image and tore ... Full Story

Ball can get job done

Ball can get job done

Rich Ball should be elected to the Senate District 15 post. He believes in performance-based audits of government departments and incentives for them to stop use-it-or-lose-it spending gimmicks that can be wasteful. Results would have to be proven before budgets are allocated. As a former small-business man, he will help businesses bring jobs to Colorado. He has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, Rotary Club and many more. He will take his public-service ethic to the ... Full Story

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