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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

Rabid Bat found in Larimer County

    Health Department Reminds Pet and Livestock Owners to Keep Animals Up to Date with Rabies Vaccinations Larimer County, CO --- The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) has confirmed that a bat in Larimer County has tested positive for rabies. This is the first rabid bat found in Larimer County this year. This bat interacted with two dogs in a backyard and had no known human contact. The dogs were current on their rabies vaccines at the time of the incident and ... Full Story

The parties are not the same

The parties are not the same

Do American liberals ever pay attention to the corruption in the Democratic Party at all? If so, why do they insist that the Republican Party is worse? Quora Question: Answered by: Randy Weir: Author, journalist, minister Lifelong conservative and former Republican here. Let’s run through this. Reagan should have been impeached over Iran-Contra, but Oliver North perjured himself to protect him, and became a Republican hero for doing so. Bill Clinton lied about an affair and was impeached. ... Full Story

How bad would it have to get in Ukraine for Trump to

How bad would it have to get in Ukraine for Trump to abandon Putin?

By Mike Littwin   Once again, democracy is under attack. And while I could be talking about Russia’s still-shocking, full-scale invasion of Ukraine and its fledgling democracy, I’m actually talking about the ugly rantings of Vladimir Putin’s poodle, Donald Trump. In the wake of the Russian attack, as I’m sure you know, Trump celebrated Putin’s “genius,” his “savvy” and added a few other words of praise that the Former Guy usually reserves for himself. In his speech to ... Full Story

LTO Star Night: Canceled

LTO Star Night: Canceled

After the highly successful January Public Star Night on the Importance of Dark Skies, we have decided to follow this up with the screening of the movie “The City Dark” from filmmaker Ian Cheney. THE CITY DARK chronicles the disappearance of darkness. The film follows filmmaker (and amateur astronomer) Ian Cheney, who moves to New York City from Maine and discovers an urban sky almost completely devoid of stars. He poses a deceptively simple question, "What do we lose, when we ... Full Story

Foothills Audubon: March 2020

Foothills Audubon: March 2020

LTO Star Night: February 2020

LTO Star Night: February 2020

The guest speaker for this public star night will be Dr. Emily Hardegree-Ullman. The title of her presentation is “Erased from History”. Einstein, Hawking, Hubble. Ask a stranger to name a famous astronomer and 9 times out of 10 they will think of a man. Despite the incredible contributions of women to astronomy, their names are all but forgotten. In this talk, Dr Hardegree-Ullman will highlight some of the significant achievements you might not have heard about. The women who ... Full Story

Lyons Old Time Square Dance

Lyons Old Time Square Dance

African Violets

African Violets

The Loveland Sweetheart Violetts Society will hold their annual Valentines Day sale on Saturday, February 8 at the Flower Bin, 1805 Nelson Rd., Longmont. Sale hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. African violets and their relatives will be on sale, Club members will be available to answer questions. Come early for the best selection.

Concert in Estes Park

Concert in Estes Park

The Fine Arts Guild of the Rockies is excited to present the first concert of our 2020 program: On the Rocks together with The Denver Dolls! On the Rocks is Denver’s own modern Rat-Pack quartet, conjuring the smooth vocal styles of Frank Sinatra, as well as modern classics like Rascal Flatts, and bringing them together for the audience in a spirited and handsome package. For this special Estes Park concert, they are teaming up with Colorado’s most beloved Andrew’s Sisters ... Full Story

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