Susan began her broadcasting career about 40 years ago while attending Minot State University. She was the weather anchor for the 6 and 10 pm newscasts and notes, “North Dakota was really cold.” With her B.A. in hand, Susan began working in radio which became a lifelong passion that took her from ND to Anchorage, San Diego, Denver, and to Fort Collins in 1989. Susan’s achievements include being in the Miss America Pageant as Miss North Dakota 1974 (at 18-years-old). Multiple Colorado Broadcaster Association Awards and a national Country Music Association award in broadcasting have dotted Susan’s career, and in 2017 she was inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame along with K99 morning show partners Brian Gary and Todd Harding. “Words of wisdom from my dad: Keep your cool, do your best, and remember who you are.” Susan and her husband, Dr. Bob, live on a small horse farm outside of Fort Collins CO. ... visit Susan's Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/susan.moorelawrence
It’s National Mutt Day – Is it a Mutt OR a Designer Dog?
National Mutt Day encourages us to embrace, save and celebrate mixed breed dogs on July 31s. The website indicates that shelters are full of mutts needing homes
Weld Deputies Seek Person of Interest in Woman’s Death
The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a person of interest after they found a woman dead at a home near Longmont Tuesday morning.
Kids Camp at UNC Closes After Suspected Norovirus Outbreak
The most common symptoms are diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, and stomach pain. Other symptoms include fever, headache, and body aches.
Windsor’s East Point Neighborhood Center Breaks Ground Today
The groundbreaking for the East Point Neighborhood Center in Windsor is today at 10 a.m. at the intersection at Colo. 392 and Colo. 257.
State Leaders Work to Fix the Nurse Shortage in Colorado
There is a shortage of nurses across the state - with Pueblo, Grand Junction, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins feeling the hurt the most.
Do Not Eat Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Cereal
As of today, 100 people infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Mbandaka have been reported from 33 states, including Colorado.
Motorist Safety Patrol along I-25 through Northern Colorado
"Another vehicle will help to reduce congestion, help enhance safety and, if a driver has a problem, provide them with the assistance they need."
Human Tularemia Case Confirmed in Larimer County
All warm-blooded animals are susceptible to tularemia, including livestock and pets, however, these bacteria normally occur in rabbits and small rodents.
The Wings of Freedom Tour this Weekend in Northern Colorado
Meet WWII Veterans and tour or ride on the planes. A 30-minute flight on the B-17 or B-24 is $450 per person at the N. Colorado Regional Airport this weekend.
Fort Collins Hiker Missing in Rocky Mountain National Park
After Brian Perri summited the 13,911-foot Mount Meeker on June 30th, he texted a photo of himself at the peak to a friend but hasn't been heard from since.
Greeley Teen Dies After Rescue in Lake Loveland
Loveland Fire Rescue Authority was dispatched to Lake Loveland after Zachariah Apodaca had been swimming with his friends and started to struggle.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg Welcomes Three New Lions
Some called for the lions to be euthanized. It took three and a half years, but they finally have a new home at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg.