Tributes for June 17
Peggy was a long-time resident of Johnstown and Greeley. She worked for the University of Northern Colorado as a resident hall food manager.
Greeley coaches make sure Fourth of July 5K lives on
To save the future of Greeley's traditional Fourth of July 5K, Sharon Eberhard and a group of cross-country coaches looked to its past.
Former UNC professor looks to the past to learn about himself
JIM RYDBOMemail@example.com Former history professor at the University of Northern Colorado Robert Larson, 86, poses for a photo at James A. Michener Library on the UNC campus last week.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Search for new UNC athletic director continues behind the scenes
All is quiet right now in the search for a new athletic director at the University of Northern Colorado, but that doesn't mean the process isn't continuing behind the scenes.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Oil, gas plan could add 104 wells to Greeley
Greeley is poised to make Colorado oil-and-gas history if plans move forward for two huge, centralized drilling operations that together could put 104 new wells in the city's core.
Goya's art comes to Loveland Museum/Gallery
"The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters" is one of the prints by Francisco de Goya on display at the Loveland Museum/Gallery June 14-Sept.
Snake venom may help stop cancer
After a prairie rattlesnake is temporarily sedated, researchers at the University of Northern Colorado extract venom to analyze the compounds for cancer research.
Our fav things to do starting June 13
Tribe Sidysaan presents its fourth annual Summer Under The Big Top, a circus-inspired, family-friendly event featuring live music, belly dancing, hooping and more.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Retiring UNC photography teacher celebrated through exhibit of students' works
Photographers packed the Mariani Gallery on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado on June 7. They were there to honor their former teacher, Dennis Morimoto , for his retirement, as well the gallery show in his honor.
Politicians, experts: Secession move likely to have little impact
Ferrandino, a Democrat from Denver, admitted to being a little taken aback by the news, but he doesn't think it will amount to much.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Jay Hinrichs out as athletic director at University of Northern Colorado
JIM RYDBOMfirstname.lastname@example.org Jay Hinrichs speaks to a crowd during a pep rally for the men's basketball team in 2011.
Unc Ad Hinrichs resigns
University of Northern Colorado Athletic Director Jay Hinrichs has resigned. In a letter to the university employees this afternoon, UNC President Kay Norton said Hinrichs "is ready to move on to the next stage of his career and is working with me on the best way to smooth that transition for our Athletics Department and University.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Carlile wins Highland Hills Open with chip shot
Lamar Carlile strolled up to his approach shot to the left of the 18th green at Highland Hills Golf Course on Sunday afternoon and made an astute observation to his wife, Natalie.
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Colorado Counties Mull Forming New State, North Colorado
Weld County, CO, commissioners on Thursday announced that they want to join other northeastern Colorado counties in forming a new state -- North Colorado.
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Fish talk: Grab a hook and line and go 'carpin'
Europe's most popular sport fish is broadly considered one of North America's most despised species.
Blues Jam flourishes in ninth year
JOSHUA POLSONemail@example.com Erica Brown holds out the mic to the audience as she sings with the Dan Treanor's Afrosippi Band during the Greeley Blues Jam on Saturday evening at the Island Grove Arena.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
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CUa s Benson tackles difficult job
Sisyphus of mythology struggled mightily to push a boulder up a hill, only to have it roll back down as he approached the summit, leaving him to try, try again.
UNC high jumper Trevor Evanson ready for NCAA Championships
It wasn't even on the radar for Trevor Evanson when he started the season, but now that he is there he is ready to make the most of it.
Vitamins' members get stronger during Denver indie band's hiatus
Denver-based band Vitamins poses for a portrait at Forest Room 5 in LoHi. Members, from left, are Matthew Daniels, Ryan Ellison, Lizzy Allen and Crawford Philleo.