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Thursday, August 18, 2022

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West Nile Virus Mosquitoes found in Larimer County

West Nile Virus Mosquitoes found in Larimer County

Larimer County, Colorado -  The first positive West Nile virus mosquitoes of the year in Larimer County have been detected. The positive mosquito pools were found in the southeast and southwest areas of Fort Collins. So far this year, no human cases of West Nile virus have been reported.  West Nile disease is a viral infection which is spread to people through bites from infected Culex mosquitoes. The symptoms of West Nile disease can vary widely, from no symptoms to severe illness and ... Full Story

Joyful Brews burglarized

Joyful Brews burglarized

  Joyful Brews was the target of a burglary and the entire crime was caught on video. The video showed a burglar throwing a rock through a window, breaking into the building and stealing cash and other items. Read more at KDVR

Campground on the cheap spells trouble for Larimer

Campground on the cheap spells trouble for Larimer County

    By Andy Zipser A story in last week’s RV Travel newsletter about half-a-dozen proposals to build RV campgrounds touched on several themes more or less common to all of them. All the proposed projects are large, calling for a minimum of 300 sites. All the proposed projects are being more or less strenuously resisted by local residents. And all but one are being pushed by deep-pocketed developers seeking to create resort-level facilities, with highly developed infrastructures, ... Full Story

The James Webb space telescope

The James Webb space telescope

                      By Ashley Strickand, CNN (CNN)The James Webb Space Telescope has reached its final destination, almost a month after launch. Since lifting off from French Guiana on December 25, the telescope has unfurled its tennis court-size sunshield and unfolded a massive gold mirror that will help it study the universe in new ways and peer inside the atmosphere of exoplanets. The telescope's point of observation is nearly a million miles away from Earth and beyond ... Full Story

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