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Hello spring! Today is going to be a pretty perfect day in Greeley. Temperatures will start cool in the 30s, but quickly jump into the mid- 70s in the afternoon.
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Greeley police arrest 9 in methamphetamine trafficking investigation
Police arrested nine people in connection with methamphetamine trafficking in Greeley and Weld County on Wednesday, concluding a seven month-long investigation.
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Greeley family helps shelter by fostering kittens
Grace Hill, 14, snuggles with two of the five cats the Greeley family is fostering now.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Tribune Opinion: Gov. John Hickenlooper visits voters in Greeley, where's Sen. Mark Udall?
Students continue to add tape to the webbing that holds Blakley Wallace, principal of Heath Middle School, in place on the wall during a special assembly Friday afternoon at Heath Middle School in Greeley.
Nunn man injured in motorcycle crash north of Greeley
The single-vehicle crash happened about 8:15 p.m. as a 2002 Yamaha motorcycle was northbound on U.S. 85 near O Street, Colorado State Patrol spokesman Trooper Josh Lewis said.
Walking to Work Former Mayor Tom Selders hopes to walk sections of the trail as a part of his new du
WALKING TO WORK Former Mayor Tom Selders hopes to walk sections of the trail as a part of his new duties as the trail manager Tom Selders walks the Poudre River Trail just west of the 71st Avenue entrance.
Gov. Hickenlooper changes view of at least one Republican during visit to Greeley
An America flag stands along side Gov. John Hickenlooper as he speaks to during the Rotary Club luncheon Thursday at Greeley Country Club.
Weld commissioners OK oil company office east of Windsor despite protest by neighbors
Weld County commissioners on Wednesday gave the go-ahead for Bill Barrett Corp. to build an office building east of Windsor, despite neighborhood dissent.
Renfroe's bill to ban red-light cameras in Colorado advances
State Sen. Scott Renfroe, R-Greeley, speaks before the Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee regarding the ban of traffic cameras at intersections on Monday afternoon in Denver.
Greeley police above national average in rates of crime solving; crime rate holds steady
Members of the Greeley Police Department investigate a stabbing that took place at 807 31st Ave. in Greeley in November of 2013.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Sir Mix-A-Lot will perform in Greeley on Saturday
Sir Mix-A-Lot appears Saturday at the Moxi Theater in downtown Greeley. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18 in advance and $25 the day of the show.
Greeley police department conducts arrest operation in southeast neighborhood
A Greeley Police Officer escorts a woman to a police cruiser during a planned police operation Wednesday in south east Greeley near the intersection of 1st Avenue and 23rd Street.
Our fave things to do starting April 17
The Greeley Chamber Orchestra, with soloist Melissa Malde on mezzo-soprano, performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Trinity Episcopal Church, 3800 20th St., Greeley.
Leona's Poker Run To Benefit Weld County Food Bank May 4
The 25th Annual Weld Food Bank Poker Run is coming up on May 4. This was actually the first poker run I did 12 years ago and I rarely miss it.
Great Bend Tribune
County expands new software system
It's been about a year since Barton County offices switched to a unified bookkeeping software.
Blood moon over Greeley
This is a photo of the "blood moon" that was taken just before 2 a.m. Tuesday morning over Windsor.
Greeley residents take a walk in refugees' shoes
Participants in the "Walk in their Shoes" program listen on as they are told that there are not enough resources to feed all the families in the simulated refugee camp on Tuesday.
Greeley eighth-graders converge on Island Grove for career expo
Anadarko production supervisor Kurt Weaver, left, talks with Winograd 8th grader Jamie Rodriguez about the oil industry during a career expo held at the Island Grove Events Center on Tuesday.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Carbon Valley Farmer
Families, Youth and Children Commission seeking bids for family support services
The Families, Youth and Children's Commission, on behalf of the Weld County Department of Human Services, by and through the Board of Weld County Commissioners, will be accepting proposals for Program Year 2014-15 for Family Support Services .