7 hrs ago
The Fort Lupton Press
Aims keeps a focus on bridging gap
Brenda Rask, dean of the Aims Community College Fort Lupton campus, knows firsthand the value of career and technical education, commonly known as CTE.
11 hrs ago
Oil and gas spills surge, two a day, residents often not notified
More than 7,260 gallons of crude oil and condensate spilled into the Poudre River a half mile east of Windsor, upriver from Greeley, after spring waters hit Noble Energy facilities along the river.
15 hrs ago
Fort Morgan Times
Engagement Announcement: Hannah Marie Bostron and Scott Anthony Abuso
Scott and Chris Bostron, of Brush, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah Marie Bostron, to Scott Anthony Abuso, son of Sharon Abuso, of Greeley, and Louie Abuso, of Johnstown.
19 hrs ago
Greeley woman organizes Colorado Angels Pageant for special-needs children
The Colorado Angels Pageant is a free event for both participants and those who want to watch, though donations are appreciated, and it is for boys and girls of all ages, even adults.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Modified Mustangs & Fords
1966 Ford Mustang Coupe - Secondhand Smoke
"The car was in poor condition overall when I got it," Scott Sanford says about this '66 Mustang coupe.
Veteran stops in Greeley during walk across country
To follow Nathaniel Petrovick on his walk across the U.S., visit his website at www.natewalks.com .
Greeley officials hopeful they can get recycling center back open
Greeley residents may get some help on the recycling front after city council members agreed to help foot the bill for the high cost of the industry.
Tyson Foods selling Mexico, Brazil poultry operations to Greeley-based Pilgrim's Pride
Tyson Foods says it will sell its poultry businesses in Mexico and Brazil for $575 million in cash to help pay debt tied to its acquisition of Hillshire Brands.
Crossroads Church of Greeley finds home
Carmike 5 was packed as Crossroads Church of Greeley held its last service inside the theater in June.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Gnarly Trombone: Evil (but cute) beings invade Greeley
In certain moments in America's history, it becomes necessary for the people to turn against an enemy so vile, so disgusting, so evil that to merely exterminate him from our land is not enough.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Honor Flight Northern Colorado Poker Run this Sunday in Greeley
Join me this Sunday for the Honor Flight Northern Colorado poker run. All proceeds benefit our local Veterans and will be used for the next flight in September.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Keenesburg teen wins Weld County Fair's Market Beef Show
Jason Campbell helps clean off his daughter's calf in preparation for the Weld County Fair's Beef Show on Friday at Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley.
Tribune Opinion: Arts picnic offers more than you might think
Renee Mansfield checks out the wind chimes and blown glass art at the Eye Kandi Copperworks tent during the Greeley Arts Picnic last year at Lincoln Park in Greeley.
Man Drives Lawnmower to Strip Club Near Greeley
First off, yes, there is a strip club that is in Greeley . Well kind of anyway. It's in Garden City which is basically a street in Greeley.
The Boulder County Business Report
CU study links frack-waste wells, quakes
GREELEY A 10,800-foot-deep well into which NGL Water Solutions DJ LLC injected oil and natural-gas wastewater is linked to more than 200 earthquakes, a University of Colorado Boulder scientist said.
Temperatures will remain about 5 to 7 degrees above normal this afternoon, with a high of 96 degrees in Greeley by 4 p.m. We will see plenty of sunshine to start but a 20 percent chance of storms during the afternoon and early evening.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Tribune Opinion: We're glad to see JBS, union reach deal; congrats to Windsor girl for wins in state | GreeleyTribune.com
Alexandra Grimes, middle, helps restrain a dog with a cut knee while Nicole Ackerson, left, and Leisa Carson, right, treat the wound with sutures at the Vets Animal Hospital in Windsor.
Longtime Greeley police officer enjoying recent retirement
Juan Cruz paced around his wife's garden in Greeley on Wednesday morning, his two grandchildren bounding ahead of him.
Get Your Dog Washed, a Free Beer, and Help Animals All at Once in Greeley This Saturday
Unless you got really lucky, washing your dog is a pain-in-the-you-know-what, and the only thing that could possibly make it better is if you got free beer for doing it.