#ICYMI – Here’s What Happened This Week in Northern Colorado
A local restaurant closed for the first time in 80 years, a dog committed a crime and we found a ghost in a basement in Old Town, Fort Collins. It's never dull here in Northern Colorado, but in case you missed it...
Here's your week's recap:
Isn't there some kind of old saying like, if a dog bites a man, it's not news, but if a man bites a dog, it is? Well, how about if a dog stabs a woman? Yeah, we think that's newsworthy. Check out Mollie's story.
They used to be two vacant (and creepy) sorority houses -- and now they are like, top-notch, multipurpose buildings for anyone in the community to use while creating, collaborating or just enjoying music! You have to check these out. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PHOTO GALLERY.
Went for the ghost, stayed for the ice cream. And the ghost. But also ice cream. Check out this video from Todd Harding and see it for yourself!
First, Willie did it, and now country music legend Merle is, too. 'Merle's Girls' will be grown in Colorado for recreational use, and you can read more about it from Sparx here.
The local drive-in said they were closing early -- for the first time in 80 years! We were shocked -- and then we found out the reason why, and our cold hearts became warm. Read Madi's story here -- careful, it'll tug at your heart strings.