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Shop Fort Collins' Small Businesses Online — All in One Place
The Coloradoan called Fort Collins Marketplace an 'Esty-like' website where you can shop locally, safely and easily for the holidays.
Denver Mayor Hancock Says He Regrets Traveling For Thanksgiving
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock caused a stir last week when word got out that he was flying to Mississippi to see his wife and daughter over the Thanksgiving holiday, after weeks of telling Coloradans to stay home.
November Has Been Deadliest Month For COVID in Larimer County
The cumulative total of COVID-19 cases in Larimer County is about to break 10,000 since the start of the pandemic.
CSU Rams Thanksgiving Football Game vs. Air Force Canceled
There had been much speculation as to whether the two football teams would actually hit the gridiron at Noon on Thanksgiving Day.
Denver Mayor Flies for Thanksgiving After Saying 'Don't Travel'
Many in Denver will be staying home, as opposed to traveling to see family for the Thanksgiving holiday, as Denver Mayor Hancock has been urging.
Fort Collins Jax Fish House Adding 3 Additional Ghost Restaurants
As restaurants in Larimer County close to in-person dining, Jax Fish House is ramping up delivery service, with four restaurants operating out of one kitchen.
Current COVID-19 Surge Threatens Larimer County Hospitals
“We are seeing a 14-day doubling rate, which is concerning and will quickly put us underwater from a staffing and bed capacity perspective.”
Longmont Could Restrict Hospital Treatment of Weld Residents
Longmont's Mayor wants to restrict hospital treatments of Weld County residents.
A Big List of Loveland Restaurants/Businesses Bucking 'Red' Level
As Larimer County moves into the Red, 'Severe Risk,' level of restrictions for restaurants and business, more than 'just a few' in Loveland aren't having it.
Polis: 1 out of Every 41 Coloradans Are Contagious
At his press conference on Tuesday, the Governor again urged the public to not have any gatherings that include those from outside your household.