Business owners along East Mulberry in Fort Collins have been asking Larimer County Sheriff’s Office and commissioners to help stop panhandlers along the road. Some business owners have found panhandlers passed out near their business and claim that the loitering of panhandlers is scaring customers away from the area.
It was a dry winter and so far a dry spring, that means the possibility of drought could be a reality this summer. A Colorado law passed in 2003 that was created to protect wildlife, fish, plants and bugs during drought could be tapped into soon to help with our predicted drought.
Congratulations to the Greeley Central High school “Wind Ensemble” and “Symphony Orchestra.” They received high marks on Thursday for their competition in the CHSAA at the Denver School of the Arts. Each group received an “I” which is the highest achievable level of score in the competition.
A child safety fair is scheduled for April 28 in Greeley, and it’s free to attend. The fair is slated from noon to 3 p.m. at Centerplace of Greeley, 4500 Centerplace Drive and will include free Child ID Kits, “stranger danger” classes, fire escape planning with the Greeley Fire Department and more.
Congratulations to Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins. PVH was listed in the Thomson Reuters List of the Top 100 Hospitals in the United States. The honor is based on the hospitals overall organizational performance.
There is some good news about all those tree limbs that fell because of our heavy, wet snowstorm last fall, free mulch. The City of Fort Collins collected all of those down tree limbs and turned them into mulch. It will do our gardens good.
CBS Sports is reporting that Colorado State University has hired a new Basketball Coach and will make a formal announcement today or tomorrow. Ernie Kent has reached a principal deal with CSU according to the report.
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