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In 2013, the Colorado Legislature passed sweeping new election law. Not only did House Bill 1303 bring all-mail balloting and same-day registration to our state, it also required implementation this year.
Larimer County is prepared to potentially spend millions of dollars to repair some privately maintained roads damaged by September flooding, even if its expenses may not be reimbursed by the federal government.
Police continue to pursue suspects and have made at least 16 arrests in connection with a methamphetamine distribution ring based largely in Larimer County, according to a multi-agency drug task force.
Did you think you would grow up to be a park ranger? It's not too late! You can become a Volunteer Ranger Assistant and help park and natural area rangers accomplish much of their important work.
The recent report of Colorado's first death from flu this season, in a Weld County young adult with no underlying health problems, is an unfortunate reminder of how serious influenza can be.
8:48 p.m. In the 1100 block of North Monroe Avenue, a 31-year-old Loveland man on a warrant alleging third-degree assault.
Larimer District Court Judge Thomas French is allowing an Estes Park man to leave the state to return to California where he faces a 23-year-old parole violation.
Robert Kopher was found dead outside the Sugar Valley Estates Independent Living Residences early Tuesday morning.
When the city of Loveland completed its most recent survey of residents, many of the trends identified through the decades the city has performed the survey continued.
The Board of Larimer County Commissioners presented five Environmental Stewardship awards to residents and business owners Tuesday.
A Fort Collins man accused of raping a sleeping woman at a house party took a plea deal with prosecutors Tuesday, agreeing to serve 10 years in prison.
As presents pile up under the tree this holiday season, charitable donations also amass.
The Eighth Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for Larimer County Court judge, to fill the judgeship being vacated by Christine A. Carney, who is resigning effective Dec. 31. On Dec. 6, the commission selected David P. Ayraud, Kraig Ecton and Matthew R. Zehe, all of Fort Collins, as nominees.
Door to Door Organics , a leading natural and organic online grocer, is proud to announce its fifth annual holiday food drive benefiting Feeding America network food banks and locally run food backs in the communities they serve.
The Coloradoan reports Monday that 75-year-old Dr. Dallas Devere Williams has been convicted of attempting to influence a public servant.