When you look back at the year 2016, it was a big year for many aspects of Northern Colorado. However, the sports scene was at one of the biggest peaks ever seen in the region. But which story was the biggest from the past year?
According to a press release from the Town of Windsor, Windsor Police officers were called to Brunner Park a little after 10:40 a.m. because of an attempted suicide. Windsor High School, in effect, was placed on temporary lockdown.
Police are currently investigating the resulting death and have determined that "there was not a threat to the school or students at the school...
Saturday May 21st, the town of Windsor will be walking and running to help send the band marching. The Pride of Windsor Marching Band has been invited to be a part of the Pearl Harbor 75th anniversary remembrance in December. This is a huge honor and huge expense to send the crew there.
This year will mark the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and our very own Pride of Windsor Marching Band has been invited to be a part of the ceremony. What an honor! Windsor's marching band continues to make us so proud and will represent the Rocky Mountain area at this amazing event.
How cool would it be to have a Nashville star visit your school or your place of business? That is exactly what happened at Windsor High School on Friday. Dakota Bradley paid a visit to the school along with his fiddle player and guitar player.
Kudos to some area high school football players is in order. CHSAA released their all-state football teams for the 2013 season and three Fort Collins area students made the class 5A team and one in Windsor made the class 4A team.