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2012 Wildfire Season Breaks Records in Colorado

Colorado’s 2012 wildfire season was a record-breaker.

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Sleigh Riders Make Final Decision On Christmas Toy Run In Greeley

We asked and you responded. When should the Christmas run be held and what will be done with the extra money we raised back in June?

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2 Mudslides in the High Park Fire Burn Area in Larimer County

Another round of rain caused at least 2 mudslides in the High Park Fire burn area in Larimer County yesterday.

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August is Poudre Fire Authority Appreciation Month

Have you hugged a firefighter lately?  The City of Fort Collins has declared August  "Poudre Fire Authority Appreciation Month" because of their amazing work on the High Park Fire west of Fort Collins.

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‘Make It Rain’ Concert T-Shirts Now Available at K99!

By popular demand! T-shirts from the Make It Rain Concert are now available!

While they last!

Get more info on them-- inside!

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Brian, Todd, and Susan and Dean Dillion pose with firefighters
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Make It Rain High Park Fire Benefit Concert [PICTURES/VIDEO]

Make It Rain - A Benefit for the Victims of the High Park Fire was a huge success! Between 6 and 7 thousand people packed into the area behind the Budweiser Events Center at the Ranch on Thursday, July 26th for a magical evening featuring 6 Nashville acts!

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The Make It Rain Concert- Watch the Video!

What an event.  TheMake It Rain concert on July 26th at The Ranch was truly amazing.  Figures are still coming in, but it looks like the concert and the online auction raised nearly $50,000 to help the victims of the High Park Fire and the volunteer fire departments the fought the fire.

Our friend Drew Bankston filmed the event that day/evening.

Great shots..  take a look!

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Brian, Todd, and Susan with Firefighters, Rodney Atkins, and Dean Dillon
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Make It Rain – A Benefit Concert For the High Park Fire [Pictures]

Make it Rain - A Benefit for the Victims of the High Park Fire at the Ranch was a great success last night. 6 or 7 thousand of our closest friends showed up to pay tribute to the firefighters who battled the High Park Fire and to raise money for those families who were affected by the fire

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Donate Now To Help High Park Fire Victims

We have had many people ask if they can donate now to the High Park fire victims. Yes you can. Tonight's Make It Rain Concert featuring headliner Rodney Atkins will raise money for the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and given to help those affected by the fire. We will have donation places set up all over the venue tonight but if you want to donate now please click here to do

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Rodney Atkins is the Mystery Artist For The High Park Fire Benefit tonight! What is Your Favorite Rodney #1? [POLL]

I haven't been able to go anywhere for the past two weeks without somebody saying to me, "You can tell me! Who is the mystery artist?" We can finally tell you. It's Rodney Atkins. Rodney will be headlining Make It Rain - A Benefit For The High Park Fire tonight.  Rodney has had 6 #1 songs. Which is your favorite? Please answer our poll.

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Images from the High Park Fire
Photos courtesy of Dr. Laurie Goodrich
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A High Park Victims’s Story – In Her Own Words [PICTURES]

So many people were affected by the High Park Fire. Dr. Laurie Goodrich and her husband Jim are survivors of the fire. Thankfully, they didn't lose their home, but they did go through an incredible ordeal.  Dr. Goodrich originally shared her story with her co-workers at CSU.  My wife received that e-mail and shared it with me. It brought tears to my eyes.  I asked Dr. Goodrich if I could share it with you and she said, "Yes".

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Larimer County Commissioners Rescind Ban on Contained Fires

Larimer County Commissioners rescinded the ban on ‘Contained’ fires yesterday and continued the restrictions on Open Fires and the Use of Fireworks for the unincorporated areas of Larimer County. The restrictions mean that the public can now have fires in areas with permanent fire structures such as campgrounds. The restrictions were based on a recommendation from Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith.

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