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There is no doubt that the Sleigh Riders Christmas Toy Run is one of my favorite things to do all year.
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Should PBS receive government funding?
No time given. In the 200 block of East 29th Street, a 26-year-old Loveland man on a warrant alleging failure to appear for traffic offenses.
At Wednesday's Regional Issues Summit sponsored by the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance, board member Carl Maxey of Maxey Cos.
Lady Luxe Aesthetics, a new business owned by Donna Johnson, will have its grand opening celebration 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5. The event at the salon, 150 E. 29th St., Suite 257, in Palmer Gardens, will feature a "Botox Gala," according to a release from Johnson.
Church World Service, an ecumenical humanitarian agency, is offering a free "Recovery Tools and Training" workshop for organizations and community leaders who are contributing to flood recovery.
This is that time of year where houses light up for Christmas with all manner of lights, twinkly Santas and plastic nativity scenes.
So far, the weather forecasters are right. At 5:15 a.m. Wednesday, it's snowing, it's cold, and road travel is tricky.
It is legal for adults to use recreational marijuana in Colorado, but Loveland residents must do so out of the public view.
The 27,500-square-foot Platte Building was completed on-time, and on-budget. The expansion work on the campus also includes 52 additional parking spaces and a new maintenance building.
The season's first big snowstorm cast a white shroud over the mountains west of town at midday Tuesday, hinting at the change to come.
The Christmas season means getting a Christmas tree for a lot of us and then trimming it out with decorations and lights.
Nell Ruth Paisley talks with a customer about her booth of antiques at Canyon Collectables in Loveland during a special celebration of her 100th birthday, which was Sunday, Nov. 24. Nell Ruth Paisley of Loveland turned 100 on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013.
A train passes through downtown Loveland on Monday near Fourth Street and Railroad Avenue.
Where: Ceremony at Dwayne Webster Veterans Park, 401 W. 13th St. and reception at the Associated Veterans Club, 305 N. Cleveland Ave. In the case of inclement weather, both events will be at the club.
Embattled former Berthoud policeman Jeremy Yachik, fired Oct. 25 amid allegations that he repeatedly abused a teenage girl, pleaded not guilty Monday to four counts of child abuse and one count of false imprisonment.
On the last day of his life, David Biesemeier flew to Broomfield to help a friend with an airplane, had lunch with his pilot buddies and climbed into the plane he built 32 years ago for the trip back home to Loveland.