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I was born a Pennsylvania boy, but I think I was always destined for Colorado Radio. One of my greatest love as a teenager and young adult was listening to great music on my Walkman while skiing the respectable but sometimes snow starved slopes of the Appalachians. After a1996 ski trip to Crested Butte, the blessing of over a foot of fresh powder, and a night out to a Leftover Salmon show where I met many like-minded locals, I decided that after graduation from Penn State, I would point the car west and call the Rocky Mountains home. Since then, I have adopted Colorado. I met my wife at a most unlikely place...a rodeo. There might be nicer places in America to call home, but I don't even care to go looking for them. I have been so welcomed by this community and I feel so lucky to be on the air here, to work for a company that allows us to do local radio properly, and to just call Northern Colorado my home.
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Natural Playscape Playground Coming to Big Thompson Elementary School of Science and Nature

School officials at Big Thompson are going ahead with plans to build the first natural playscape at a public school in Larimer County, after learning the GOCO board voted to give the school $322,266 to build a hands-on, experiential, outdoor learning area for students and the entire community.

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Best New Year’s Eve Parties in Ft Collins, Loveland & Greeley 2013

There are plenty of options for New Year's Eve in Fort Collins. What would you expect from one of the most musical cities in America? If you want to head out on the town and do it up to ring in 2013, you are in the right place. Here are some of the great things that are happening on New Year's Eve in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley.

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Fort Collins May Ban Plastic Grocery Bags

Fort Collins is now considering a ban on plastic bags at grocery stores. Following Boulder, Aspen, Basalt, and Telluride, Fort Collins City Council will vote on the measure at the end of November. Mixed reactions are expected to the idea. Susie Gordon, a Senior Environmental Planner for the City of Fort Collins, will be gathering public data on the idea.

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