Have you ever felt like you were treated differently in a store not because of your appearance but rather your marital status? That's what one Fort Collins resident claims happens to her when shopping and eating out in Fort Collins.
From entire malls closing to consumers flat-out saying they absolutely will not go shopping on Thanksgiving, dozens of stores have begun to announce they're giving the holiday back to their employees to enjoy a day off.
Many people move to Northern Colorado on a daily basis, with the cities of Fort Collins and Loveland near the top of their list. But Greeley deserves more attention than what it currently receives, and here's why.
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