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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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Flickr - Delwin Steven Campbell
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Greeley Asking for Voluntary Watering Restrictions Oct. 1

 

The City of Greeley usually recommends stopping regular lawn watering on October 15, since that is around the time the first freeze occurs and could damage underground sprinkler systems. This year however, the City of Greeley is asking water customers to voluntarily stop lawn watering on or before October 1.  This will keep more wate

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Category: Local News
City of Fort Collins
City of Fort Collins
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Mason Street in Fort Collins Now a 2 Way

Mason Street in Downtown has reopened to two-way traffic from Laurel Street to Maple Street. After extensive road work this summer, the previously northbound, one-way street now has one lane of northbound traffic, one lane of southbound traffic and an isolated railroad track in the center of the road

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Category: Fort Collins News
Courtesy Greeley Police Department
Courtesy Greeley Police Department
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Greeley Police to Add Defibrillators to Some Patrol Cars

In late September Greeley Police will deploy Automated External Defibrillators in many of their patrol cars.  The AEDs were purchased partly by a grant obtained by the Greeley Fire Department.  Training on using an AED during events requiring CPR is being included as a part of the ongoing training the Department provides on a regular basis

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