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Weld County's apartment rental rates have gone up at the highest rate in the state in the last year, while new units on the market have driven up vacancy rates.
Tracy Lawrence and John Anderson play at 7:30 p.m. March 22 at the Union Colony Civic Center.
Hugo Corral, owner of Hugo's Barber Shop in Greeley, has his reflection caught in the door next to a sign that warns patrons not to enter if they smell like marijuana.
Bad Brad and the Fat Cats, a finalist at the International Blues Competition in Memphis this February and who played at the Greeley Blues Jam last year, will play Friday at the Moxi in downtown Greeley.
The Colorado Lottery this week said it collected $143.5 million on the sales of lottery tickets and games in 2013, and will return $133.4 million, or 93 cents of every dollar, of that amount in the form of grants and prize payouts to communities statewide.
Ralph McElrath and Emma Lou Wilbanks will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary March 17 with a card shower.
William Joseph "Bill" Anderson, 86, of Greeley, went home to the Lord on March 8, 2014, at Hospice of Northern Colorado, after a short illness.
The McDonald's golden arches sign rests with other debris from the McDonald's restaurant located at 2912 10th Street on Tuesday.
A sprinkler head of a newly installed center pivot hangs while in a field just east Eaton this week.
As plans to consolidate two schools on the east side of Greeley move forward, Greeley-Evans School District 6 officials say they won't count on Weld County to help install sidewalks for students to use on their way to school.
Carole N. Gabbert, 81, of Tampa, Fla., entered Heaven on March 5, 2014. She was born Feb. 24, 1933, to Earl and Viola Christene Diebold in St. Louis.
Firefighter Nick Marcheso of the Greeley Fire Department plays the victim as engineer Shannon Hill, left, and Mark Jonez strap him onto a basket during a high-angle rescue training at Bishop-Lehr Hall on the University of Northern Colorado campus.
The coal strikes continue across the country, with Colorado coal miners and mine operators at high tension for months.
Weld County Legal Services is among the options and can help residents involved in civil cases including lawyer referral services, legal seminars, landlord-tenant disputes and child support issues.