Expect some delays as you drive on Highway 392/Main Street in Windsor over the next week or so. If you have driven through Windsor in the last day or so you have seen some construction work along Highway 392/Main Street. We got some information on what to expect in the upcoming couple of weeks and what is being done from the Colorado Department of Transportation or CDOT.
Looking for a scenic drive through the Colorado mountains this Memorial Day Weekend? How about a drive to Mount Evans? The Mount Evans Highway is officially open and I found video of a ride along the highest, paved highway.
You know the rule, don’t drink and drive, and always buckle up, pretty simple. The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting DUI patrols this Memorial Day weekend. The Sheriff has assigned extra deputies to patrol specifically looking for persons driving under the influence.
Pawnee Buttes is just about 70 miles east of Fort Collins, a beautiful getaway for a weekend afternoon. I know many folks who like to take the trip east to enjoy the outdoors and scenery. Some folks are concerned that the beautiful outdoors in the Pawnee Buttes area might lose some of it’s beauty when oil drilling begins there.
Could a warm winter mean extra mosquitoes this summer? According to some, this might be the worst season for mosquitoes in decades. A mosquito bite can be more serious than just an annoying bite. In 2011, the CDC received reports of 610 cases of encephalitis or meningitis caused by mosquito-borne viruses, 47 of those cases resulted in death.
Exciting news for Fort Collins! Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff was in Fort Collins on Monday, May 21 to visit the future site of MAX Bus Rapid Transit and to sign a $49 million construction grant agreement for the five-mile project. What does MAX mean to Fort Collins?
Here’s your chance to learn more about Greeley’s history. The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission continues the free History Brown Bag Series held on the 4th Thursday of each month through October, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m., at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th Street. The fourth Brown Bag session will be on Thursday, May 24th, during which Mike and Barbara Webb will present about Ghost Signs.
Some good news regarding the Hewlett Fire this evening. The U.S. Forest Service reports that the fire is now 45 percent contained as of this evening and at 7:00 p.m. the remaining evacuations and the Highway 14 Road Closure that was in place, will both be lifted.
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