How about a guided field trip in our backyard? The Larimer County Natural Resources and Northern Water are inviting the public to attend a free tour of the Chimney Hollow Open Space in the Blue Mountain Conservation area. The tour is offered on two different days in June, the 21st or the 23rd.
Exciting news for Fort Collins! Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff was in Fort Collins on Monday, May 21 to visit the future site of MAX Bus Rapid Transit and to sign a $49 million construction grant agreement for the five-mile project. What does MAX mean to Fort Collins?
I have had a dog or dogs most of my life and love them dearly. I have never been bitten by a dog, but it does happen all over the United States. Responsible pet ownership is important and this week is National Dog Bite Prevention Week to help us all remember to be responsible.
The Hewlett Fire is now 11 percent contained and about 7,673 acres, according to the Forest Service. Evacuations remain in place for 15 homes along Highway 14 from Greyrock Trailhead to North Poudre diversion dam.
Over 500 firefighters are working the fire along with air-fighting efforts. Today’s warm weather and predicted thunderstorms could potentially cause the fire to grow.
The Hewlett Fire northwest of Fort Collins continues to spread and more evacuations have been ordered this afternoon.
The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office has issued a mandatory evacuation order for 65 homes in the area of Bonner Springs Ranch Road, Deer Valley Road, Obenchain Road, Ingleside Road, and 15 homes on Highway 14 from the Greyrock Trailhead to the North Poudre diversion dam (approx. mile markers 113 to 115). All residents are asked to evacuate immediately.
Eastman Kodak Co. said it will close down one of it’s operations in Rochester and move that work to Windsor, Colorado. Part of the Rochester photography division will cease operations in New York and that work will be moved to Kodak’s location in Windsor.
Firefighters are gaining some control of the Hewlett Fire burning about 20 miles northwest of Fort Collins in Poudre Canyon. The fire is estimated to be about 400 acres and has burned open timber, brush and grass. Fire crews are making some progress on the south and southeast sides of the fire.
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