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iPoint Presents - Flowers for Towers' computer recycling event Tuesday-Friday
Technology company iPoint has partnered with Windsor's Tyler Systems and the Fort Collins Nursery in the inaugural Flowers for Towers computer recycling event Tuesday-Friday.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Kirkmeyer and Laffey petitions deemed sufficient for GOP 4th CD primary ballot
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced Friday that Weld County Commissioner Barbara Kirkmeyer's and Fort Collins rancher Steve Laffey's petitions to appear on the Republican primary ballot for the 4th Congressional District were found sufficient as required by statute.
3 injured in explosion near Fort Collins
Larimer County Sheriff's Office patrol units responded to reports of an explosion in the 500 Block of N. Bryan Avenue in unincorporated Larimer County at approximately 2:45 a.m., Saturday.
3 hurt in apartment blast near Fort Collins
Three people were injured early Saturday morning when an apartment exploded and sparked a fire in unincorporated Larimer County near Fort Collins.
Set a path as the first step for weight loss
Jen Amaral-Kunze, counselor and owner of Beyond the Mirror, poses Thursday at her office in Fort Collins, with artwork done by clients at the weight loss counseling office that depict their feelings, success in losing weight and changing concerns about body image.
Fort Collins Coloradoan
<![CDATA[Diane Minott, 62, of Fort Collins, Colo. passed away Sunday April 13, 2014. The cause of death was a gleo blastoma brain tumor and cancer which she battled for the past two years. Diane was born in Greenfield, Mass. to Robert Minott and Janet Mushovic Minott. She graduated from Greenfield High School in the class of 1969 and later from New England College in Henniker, N.H. in the field of sociology / psychology. Diane was an avid athlete and played high school field hockey and tennis, and continued with field hockey and softball at the collegiate level. She was also an accomplished downhill and cross country skier refining her skills throughout New England, Canada and Colorado. Beginning in the mid-1970s and into the 1980s she competed in the Canadian Cross Country Ski Marathon in the Ottawa area and continued to enjoy both cross country and downhill skiing until recent years when she took up golf and other warm- weather sports. She played women's and co-ed softball in New Hampshire and Fort Collins and enjoyed lasting friendships on both teams. She was an avid baseball and football fan forever rooting for the Red Sox and Patriots first and Rockies and Broncos second. Diane began her career working with autistic children at Spaulding Youth Center in Tilton, N.H., she continued in the psychology field working both in New Hampshire and Colorado which she relocated to in the mid-1980s. For the past decade she worked at Citizen Printing Company in Fort Collins. Being born a Minott and 4th generation printer, she was happy to be re-acquainted with the printing industry that felt like home. Diane was predeceased by her parents and leaves sisters, Jacqueline Foley (married to Frank) and Robin Welenc (married to Michael); nephews, Christopher Welenc, and Matthew Welenc; also cousins on both the Mushovic and Minott side. Diane also leaves friends across the country and specifically in Fort Collins and the Tilton, New Hampshire area. As per Diane's request there will be no formal services. An informal memorial reception will take place at the home of Robin and Michael Welenc, 608 East Elizabeth St., Fort Collins, Colo. from 10 a.m. until 12 noon on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Diane also requested in lieu of flowers or donations please go enjoy a Rockies or Foxes baseball game with family or friends. Friends may send condolences to the family at bohlenderfuneralchapel.com
Fri Apr 18, 2014
4/18/2014 - Planet Aef Awards Scholarships to 47 Students
FT. COLLINS, Colo. - The PLANET Academic Excellence Foundation presented scholarships and awards to 47 students at the 38th annual PLANET Student Career Days at Colorado State University here recently.
Daily Record: Loveland police calls April 16-17, 2014
12:05 p.m. At the Loveland Police Department, 810 E. 10th St., a 37-year-old Fort Collins woman on a warrant alleging revocation of bond.
Dying Cancer Patient With Only A Few Months To Live Has 1 Wish: Find A New Owner For Her Dog
A dying woman, Patricia Cudd, of Fort Collins, Colo., is reaching out to the public in hopes of finding a home for her pit bull mix, Sherlock.
AlloSource Awarded Rocky Mountain Performance Excellence Timberline Award
The award recognizes AlloSource's demonstration of systematic approach, deployment integration and learning to key work systems, innovation and improvement.
Students Injured In Poudre School Bus Crash
The crash happened at the intersection of Larimer County Roads 82 and 15 just after 7:30 a.m. just north of Fort Collins.
Painting of Full House's Joey stolen from restaurant, returned in trash bag
Big Al's Burgers and Dogs has an attribute unique in Fort Collins and, probably, on planet Earth -- a series of paintings that pay tribute to characters from the iconic '80s/'90s sitcom Full House .
Festival showcases Northern Colorado bands
Shatterproof, of Fort Collins, commands a stage during the 2013 FoCoMX. The alt-rock band returns for this year's festival.
Money flowing in for GOP candidates in 4th Congressional District race
JIM RYDBOMemail@example.com Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck talks with reporters during a news conference in Greeley in December 2009.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
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Spring Warm-up Ride on May 4 to benefit local dental care
The Health District of Northern Larimer County is teaming up with the Fort Collins Cycling Club for a bike event that helps less fortunate members of the community receive badly needed dental care.
Fort Collins' Newest Brewery, Horse & Dragon, to Open May 1st
Fort Collins' beer scene just keeps getting bigger and better. Last month we saw the cities 13th brewery, 1933 , open it's doors.
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Test plots needed for industrial hemp
Commercial farmers will have to wait before they can cultivate hemp in Colorado - but they might make money off creating new varieties of hemp plants.
Verboten's medals bring attention to Loveland brewing scene
Verboten Brewery owners Joe Akers, left, and Josh Grenz pose Wednesday on barrels they use to age some of their craft beers.
The Taste in Fort Collins tonight, to help fight hunger
The Taste -- not to be confused with the Taste of Fort Collins -- will land in Fort Collins tonight.
4/16/2014 - PLANET Names Zachery Johnson AEF 2014 Educator of the Year
The PLANET Academic Excellence Foundation recently honored Zachery Johnson, LIC, PLA, as its 2014 Outstanding Educator of the Year.