5 hrs ago
IT: City needs to upgrade computers
The city of Sterling has some new equipment coming that will increase storage capacity on its computer networks, Information Technology Specialist Mary Ann Anderson told the city council Tuesday.
9 hrs ago
Industrial hemp facility gets OK
The Logan County Commissioners gave approval for an industrial hemp research and development processing facility during a business meeting Tuesday.
10 hrs ago
Northeastern Junior College students give back to community
Residents in Sterling and the surrounding area may have observed groups of young people all over the city on Monday, embarking on projects at the parks, the museum, the reservoir, the recreation center, the cemetery and the fairgrounds among other locations.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Public meeting for review of regional disaster plan
A public meeting to review the Northeast Colorado Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan is scheduled for Sept.
Equitable Savings' Samber gets promotion, diploma
Austin M. Samber has been promoted from assistant vice president to vice president of Equitable Savings & Loan Association in Sterling.
Northeastern Junior College enjoying upturn in enrollment
As one of the smaller colleges in the 13-member Colorado Community College System, Northeastern doesn't get many opportunities to say it is at the top of the pack, but this fall, that has changed.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Lee retiring as head chef at Northeastern
Calvin Lee will retire as director of food services on the campus of Northeastern Junior College.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Forecast calls for more rain, storms
It looks like there will be a wet weekend, followed by a wet start to the week, according to the National Weather Service.
Flood mitigation projects on Tuesday agenda
Nearly a year after the South Platte River's historic flood, the city of Sterling is planning to take the next step on some projects to prepare for future flooding.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Community Briefs --- Republican lunch, Germans from Russia, Pioneer Park closed, trash collection
Bob Beauprez, Republican candidate for governor, will be the guest speaker at Lunch the Republican Way, Thursday, Aug. 28, at noon, at the Sterling Elks Lodge.
Fort Morgan Times
Outreach Team saying goodbye to Logan and Morgan County
On Aug. 29, the Northeast Plains Flood Outreach Team will close the flood recovery program that offered assistance to survivors of the 2013 Flood, a recent press release stated.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Sterling Police Department offers tips for back-to-school time
Classes are back in session in Sterling, with RE-1 Valley students going back to school Wednesday and St. Anthony Catholic School students heading back today.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Special voting circumstances
Turning 18 in 2014 and would like to vote? Can register to vote on-line at govotecolorado.com until Oct. 27, or in person at the Logan County Clerk & Recorder's Office 315 Main Street Suite 3, Sterling, CO 80751 any time, including election day.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Buck: Feds stifling economy through regulations
Ken Buck, the Republican candidate for Colorado's Fourth Congressional District, was in Sterling Thursday on a campaign stop that included a visit to the Journal-Advocate.
Fort Morgan Times
Brainstorming begins for Wiggins' portion of Pedal the Plains
The town of Wiggins will be brimming with excitement as locals ready to host the third annual Pedal the Plains bicycle tour, which will hit the towns of Wiggins, Fort Morgan and Sterling Sept.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Sterling police responding to incident on N. Division Ave
Sterling police have shut down the 300 block of North Division Avenue, between Clark Street and Platte Street, tonight as they respond to a call about a man who has barricaded himself in his home.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Motorcycle accident fatal for Sterling man
The investigation into a motorcycle accident that claimed the life of 55-year-old Tim Wagner of Sterling was ongoing Wednesday.
Pedal the Plains art project to receive city funding
Local artist Steve Parrish shows a scale version of the mural he plans to paint on the west side of the ReMax building in downtown Sterling for the Pedal the Plains art project.
Parks, Library and Recreation board considering allowing alcohol at softball fields
He and the rest of the board got right down to business, discussing whether or not they wanted to look at allowing alcohol at the softball fields at Pioneer Park.