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The crash happened about 4:45 p.m. in the northbound lanes of U.S. 85 at Colo. 392 and involved a 1994 Saturn sedan and a 2007 Pontiac sedan.
Michelle Silverstein works to attach some of the yarn vines she and several other University of Northern Colorado art students created for a yarn bombing event on Tuesday at the bus stop by the Lincoln Park Library in Greeley.
Get ready for a bit of vibration. Geokinetics Inc., along with Cougar Land Services, will conduct seismic surveying in northern Weld County on behalf of Geophysical Pursuit Inc. The survey will include portions of north Greeley, Ault, Eaton, Severance and Windsor.
Bob Boswell, dresses as a turkey as he walks through the King Supers last month while visiting several shops at the intersection of 20th Street and 35th Avenue.
The city of Greeley and Historic Greeley, Inc., have won a statewide award for historic preservation.
In an elaborate scheme to pay for gasoline, a Greeley construction worker was arrested on suspicion of stealing tools and pawning them for fast cash before later buying back the equipment and returning it to its owners, police say.
To donate money to the Weld Food Bank to help it purchase food items for the holiday season, send checks to the Weld Food Bank, 1108 H St., Greeley, CO 80631, or donate online at www.weldfoodbank.org.
John Rupp, a volunteer with the Salvation Army, rings a bell as he stands out front of the King Soopers at the Westlake Village Shopping Center on Friday in Greeley.
The cattle at Gege Ellzey's family dairy are said to be part of a bloodline that can be traced back to the livestock that hauled her ancestors West in covered wagons.
Roberts, the owner of Spokes Inc., is once again running a coats and clothing drive called "Coats for Folks" and has a bin in front of his store, 1530-C Main St., for people to drop off clothing at for the Christmas season.
From left Valeria Mendiola, 9, Deborah Villalpando, 12, Victoria Villalpando, 7, Barbra Villalpando, 13, and Vilma Villalpando search for their ride after school Friday afternoon at Bella Romero Elementary in Greeley.
Heather Bean pets her cat Gustav while at Syntax Spirits Distillery located at 625 3rd Street Unit C in Greeley.
For almost three months now, Jake Fitzsimmons has worked to build the buzz about his Stuft Burger Bar concept coming to Greeley.
Fey Luster-Hermance, 4, laughs as she joins in the fun at the Teddy Bear Bash on Saturday at the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley.
Toys for Tots has helped thousands of children over the years and the Marine Corps continue to brighten the lives of children all over the country.