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The front cover of this new children's book sets the stage showing a grandfather passing his wisdom of the universe to his two grandchildren.
Not all of 2013 was rainbows and unicorns here in NoCO. Disappointment frequently struck as several of our favorite restaurants closed their doors, and never opened them again.
For Loveland residents not directly affected by September's flooding, the destruction of the city's parks and trails remains the most significant impact of the disaster.
The Electrification Coalition released two case studies outlining how two cities - Houston, Texas and Loveland, Colorado - are saving money by using electric vehicles in their vehicle fleets.
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The Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers show "Noel! Sing Noel!" comes to the Rialto Theater Center on Sunday, Dec. 22. Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers will present their Christmas Concert "Noel! Sing Noel!" on Sunday, Dec. 22, at the Rialto Theater Center in Loveland.
Jack Sullivan, left, and Everrette Roberts pose Friday on an antique firetruck at Fire Station No.
2:01 a.m. In the intersection of East 37th Street and North Garfield Avenue, a 25-year-old Loveland woman on suspicion of careless driving, DUI and DUI per se.
The city of Loveland blasted holes in the rocky mountainsides of the Big Thompson Canyon on Monday to prepare for new power poles that will restore electricity to areas that have been cut off since the flood.
For the past 7 or 8 years the Larimer County Sheriff's Posse has allowed me to be part of something very special.
With Christmas looming just over the horizon, consumers are racing to get wish lists checked off, even in markets that don't immediately come to mind when thinking about holiday shopping.
Dave Bossie of Loveland drops off some mail at the blue boxes outside the Loveland Post Office Sunday when the U.S. Postal Service offered an unusual extra collection day in preparation for Christmas.
A software company on its way to becoming the second tenant of the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology will ask the Loveland City Council for $15,000 to help with relocation expenses.