Matt Sparx is the assistant brand manager and afternoon host on New Country 99.1 He was born in New Mexico but grew up in Arvada and has lived in Colorado for most of his life. Sparx moved all over the country for about a decade before coming back home. He enjoys the libations at High Hops, Weldwerks, Tower 56 Distillery and The Whiskey. Sparx shops at The Cupboard, Lucky’s Market and Sears Trostel. You can listen to Afternoons with Matt Sparx from 3-7 p.m. on weekdays on New Country 99.1.
Denver’s Stay-At-Home Order to Expire on Friday
denver's stay at home order will not be extended.
Greeley Police Cruiser Poses For Photo-op with a Bull Snake
Why did the bull snake cross the road in Northern Colorado?
Here is Where You Can Find a COVID-19 Testing Site in Colorado
A new interactive map is available through the state of Colorado to find a COVID-19 testing site near you.
Larimer Commissioner, PFA Chief Advising Governor on Reopening
Polis announced a state task force in his Monday press conference that includes Larimer County Commissioner Steve Johnson and Poudre Fire Authority Chief Thomas DeMint.
Governor Polis: Colorado Has Been Successful in Slowing COVID-19
Governor Jared Polis gives an update to Colorado pertaining to the COVID-19 virus.
The Most Expensive Homes Currently for Sale in Windsor Colorado
Dream big and check out the most expensive homes currently for sale in the town of Windsor.
Another Meteor Shower Gives You a Chance to See Shooting Stars
The shooting stars you will see from this meteor shower are from Halley's Comet.
Johnstown’s Veteran Brothers Brewing Company Closes
The Johnstown brewery has closed.
Von Miller Recovers From COVID-19 Virus
The Denver Broncos player has officially tested negative for COVID-19.
Macy’s Building in Fort Collins Sold to Foothills Developer
The Macy's Building at Foothills Mall has been sold.
Major Weld County Intersection Closing for Three Months
A major thoroughfare between Johnstown and Windsor will close soon.
Another Speed Demon Caught, This Time in Greeley
Quite a few people think that they can go as fast as they want on Colorado roads during the COVID-19 pandemic