The first step to tackling any problem is seeing it, and that is especially true with COVID-19 — widespread testing is key to seeing the bigger picture in the fight against this virus. Our country’s wellbeing — medically and financially — relies on our ability to see where the illness is and…
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) released the following statement today regarding his meeting with President Donald Trump and Colorado Governor Jared Polis at the White House this afternoon:
GREELEY - Author Sherrie Peif - The pullout from a private/public financing option by the Weld County Board of Commissioners has some crying foul, claiming political payback, and others saying the program is just too big a risk to taxpayers.
The Future Legends Sports Complex (formerly known as Colorado National Sports Park) is a private project with a public partnership component tied to the Town of Windsor. With construction of a 118-acre sports tourism park underway at the location commonly known as the Diamond Valley ballfields, Weld County Commissioners made a last-minute decision without making notice to any of the participating parties to pull out of a statewide program that makes private funding available to qualifying projects.
Gov. Jared Polis, echoing public health experts who believe COVID-19 will last a while, said on Friday that he expects the virus to continue through the summer and into the fall.
A brr kind of weekend, but that did not stop the Northern Colorado Model Railroad club from holding its Christmas season Train Show at the Larimer County Fairgrounds in Loveland.
The little Weld County town of Cornish, 17 miles northeast of Greeley, held the first Stone Age Fair in 1934 at the Cornish School, to display the amazing array of Native American artifacts which had been exposed by the Dust Bowl extended drought of the early 1930's and collected by the area residents.