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Alfredo Soto does a little fine tuning on a hair cut for Carlos Prado Thursday at the Cheeks International Academy of Beauty Culture in Greeley.
Aims Community College Communication Media Producer Dev Multer offers a quick introduction to Adobe After Effects as part of Community College Day on April 11. Professor of Art and Design Sonya Paukune teaches Explorations in Raku Glazing.
The Tribune, the City of Greeley and District 6 are just more than a month from partnering up to honor the best and brightest student-athletes in Weld County.
Well, we here in Greeley aren't really sure how bad they really are, but we need to go ahead and support them, just because Denver or Colorado Springs or some cities back east have them.
Buyers Paradise is a collector's heaven, having every trinket and item you never though you always wanted.
Chad Bren does a little dance in his cubicle as he makes calls Thursday morning at Promedia Leads call center, 1100 11th Ave. in Greeley.
Rain covers a cup holding a candle on Saturday as it sits in front of a grave where flowers and easter eggs have been placed at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Greeley.
A 22-year-old Greeley man died early Saturday morning in a car crash east of Greeley, the Weld County Coroner's Office reported.
A table of boys watches as Greeley police Officer Erin Brady shows off her muscles during her visit to Heath Middle School earlier this month.
Azyah McCain, 2, strongly debates grabbing one of the eggs before the Easter egg hunt at the University of Northern Colorado a few years ago.
Penn & Teller have an audience member surprised when she saw her cell phone, which she thought was crushed, being pulled out of the belly of a fish.
As job creation and development soar along with Weld County's rising oil and gas boom, one major question looms over the long term: What happens when the boom busts? A recent six-state study of western oil development suggests that communities have difficulty sustaining growth in income and education once booms end, and some see rising crime rates.
TRU Community Care in Lafayette and Hospice of Northern Colorado in Greeley said they will consolidate their not-for-profit operations by summer because of increased regulation and decreasing reimbursement in a competitive health-care environment.
The week will include book readings, movie screenings and guest speakers through April 27 with a closing service held that evening.