We were lucky enough to have the Fourth of July fall on a Friday this year. It seemed to allow for even bigger and better celebrations of America's birthday and our freedom. This was especially true for those that spent the day at the Greeley Stampede.
Colorado got a little bit of a head start on Washington as far as the legal marijuana trade goes, but now that that the Great Northwest has joined Colorado as the only two states in the nation that allow weed to be used recreationally it had me wondering if the laws were the same.
I am the least artistic person in this world, so it's hard for me to even conceive the idea of combining to different logos to make one, but if you are a Colorado sports fan and you've ever thought "hmmm... I wonder what it would look like if the Denver Broncos logo was combined with the Denver Nuggets logo to make one," then here ya go.
Pretty much everyone who isn't a college student would rather live somewhere a little calmer and quieter, where people go to bed at a decent hour, and don't stay up all night partying. Well, there's a new apartment complex planned for Fort Collins that promises just that.
If you live in Greeley, or ever had, you know how hard it is to get a cab, right. Sure, the town used to be a lot smaller, and it was easier to walk home after a few beers, but we have grown, and we needed a cab service.
The Greeley Stampede was a tradition for my family and I, and like many, one of my favorite events growing up was the demolition derby. I got the opportunity to drive in the event a few times, and now there is even a national TV show about the event that's got me itching to do it again. I won't be in action, but you can still enjoy the event this Sunday (July 6th) at the Greeley Stampede.
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