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The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment reports that mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus were trapped in Loveland and Fort Collins between July 20-24, making these the first positive samples in Larimer County in 2014.
Contact: Becky Hodges, 970-292-4245, firstname.lastname@example.org LOVELAND, Colo., July 28, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- A new documentary film that reveals the decline of the American church focuses on the spiritual climate in the United States.
A bronze heart sculpture, created in honor of flood victims Evelyn Starner and Patty Goodwine, rests near completion at Bronze Services Friday, May 23. The Big Thompson Flood of 1976 occurred 38 years ago this July, and a memorial on Thursday will be especially poignant this year.
Loveland police arrested Arthur Johnson, 49, Sunday evening on suspicion of second-degree assault and transported him to the Larimer County Detention Center.
Ralph Ollila of Loveland was found at 3 p.m. and pronounced dead at 4:20 p.m. due to mechanical asphyxia and crushing chest injuries, according to an autopsy by James Wilkerson.
Artist Ron Sweetin shows a greeting card Monday depicting the piece of art that was stolen from the 4rth Street Gallery in downtown Loveland after someone broke the front window with a bench.
Greeley residents may get some help on the recycling front after city council members agreed to help foot the bill for the high cost of the industry.
Passengers board a local-route RTD bus at the Eighth Avenue and Coffman Street bus stop on July 1st.
"I personally have never received one of those utility letters, but I would love to.
Tyler English, 18, of Loveland leads her horse Cooper to the outdoor arena Sunday for the first day of horse shows at the Larimer County Fair.
Staff report WESTFIELD - A roundup of animals is underway inside the parish center of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church, here.
What: ColoRODans of Longmont's 44th annual Rod Festival continues today, Sunday, with events scheduled to include a "Show-N-Shine" display of hundreds of participants' vehicles, National Street Rod Association safety inspections, pinstripe and airbrush demonstrations, food and merchandise vendors and a kiddie pool and playground for youngsters ... (more)
Heavy equipment moves dirt Tuesday, July 22, at the site of the future Les Schwab Tire Center at 184 W. 64th St. in north Loveland, not far from Wal-Mart.
James Zalesky talks at his Loveland home about a procedure he has undergone that helped heal a dinner-plate-sized wound that was not healing very fast before the procedure.
To go back to "Old Days Western Ways," watch from the sidelines a few dozen trailer beds pass by with hay bales, covered wagons, tumbleweeds caught on the hitch and an outhouse.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:39 am
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