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Loveland celebrates start of new $15 million service center

Reporter Herald — For those in the Loveland public works department, the shovels hitting the ground and dirt flying on Wednesday morning was final confirmation that the long-awaited expansion of the service center was happening at last.   Before that, … Continue reading

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Pets ‘n’ Popsicles at the Plumb Farm Learning Center

Pets ‘n’ Popsicles returns to the Plumb Farm with dozens of furry farm animals.  From August 5 – 18, a variety of domestic animals will be visiting the farm, such as goats, horses, pigs, sheep, ponies and rabbits. The event … Continue reading

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65th Ave road closure to begin April 8

GREELEY — In preparation for road improvements to 65th Avenue that will begin later this spring, the City of Greeley will close 65th Avenue from 29th Street to US Highway 34 from April 8th to April 14th, 2013.  This closure … Continue reading

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Something to ponder on the bond issue for a new John Evans school

Questions on the tax increase for a new John Evans     The      proposed site at 65th        Ave and 37th St would require a      minimum of $ 4-6 million for infrastructure (taps, curb, gutter sidewalks      ect.) … Continue reading

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Evans Police locate abducted child

EVANS- The Evans Police Department was able to successfully locate a missing 9 year old who was reportedly abducted Sunday evening.   Police officers in Evans were notified at around 8:30 p.m. that a 9 year old girl had been … Continue reading

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District, Tribune ignores common sense solutions over John Evans issue

by Brett Reese —   After reading the Greeley tribune story of July 20th about raising property taxes to tear down and rebuild John Evans Middle school, I was convinced the three lattes a year sacrifice each of us would have … Continue reading

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Impending Volcker Rule Never Approved By Congress

by Mike McCune —   Governments continue to churn out regulations, many allegedly enacted to protect the average person from his greatest enemy–himself. Enforcement of the myriad regulations is becoming increasingly hard to achieve since there are many subtle conflicts … Continue reading

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Pain in Spain Comes Mainly From the Drain

by Mike McCune —   The sucking sound of money going into the debt wasteland is coming from Europe again. This time the sound has shifted to the Iberian Peninsula but it has a eerily familar sound and carries the … Continue reading

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Public input sought for access control plan along US 34 business route

Staff Reports– Fort Collins, Colorado—The North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) is pleased to announce the second open house to discuss preliminary design concepts for the 34 Business RouteAccess Control Plan (ACP). The plan will cover the stretch of … Continue reading

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Evans goes green, approves solar panels at Campus Crest

Evans approved solar panels like these to be installed at Campus Crest apartments by Jack Minor – The Evans city council approved a solar power project that will provide enough power for 44 homes at the Campus Crest apartments. Derek … Continue reading

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Firefighters for Santa Toy Drive held at “Greeley Grizwalds” house

    A group of Greeley Firefighters will be collecting toys on Saturday, Dec. 3rd, for the Firefighters for Santa program. The donations of new, non-gift wrapped toys, or cash will be accepted @ 354 50th Ave Ct, Greeley, from … Continue reading

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Faith Bible Baptist features local children in Thanksgiving special

Staff reports — The Junior church children of Faith Bible Baptist Church will be presenting a special presentation this coming Sunday, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. the church is located at 320 35th Ave. in Greeley. The musical presentation will … Continue reading

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Greeley to offer free tree limb removal for residents

    Following the season’s first snow storm which downed tree limbs througout the area, the city has said they will be providing free limb removal for residents.   Karen Bothwell with the Public Works department, told the Gazette that the … Continue reading

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Local sub shops tell customers “Thanks” with $1 sandwiches

  by Jack Minor – During these difficult economic times  local Jimmy John’s sub shops offered a grand bargain for lunch September 22nd; 8-inch long subs for $1. The two Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwich shops; one at Centerplace and one on 11th … Continue reading

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Students of all ages encouraged to stay fit over the holidays

During the time school is out for the holiday break, students may be looking for a place to work out and stay in shape. Since School District 6 will be closed during the holidays, Greeley’s Leisure Services Department is here to help.  … Continue reading

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Open enrollment process changes to allow students to stay at current schools without re-applying

Open enrollment for new school requests will be Jan. 3—Feb. 11 Students who are currently attending a District 6 school outside their neighborhood attendance area on an open enrollment or transfer status will no longer have to reapply each year … Continue reading

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Registered Sex Offenders in Evans with Photos and Addresses

By Mike Bauman The following is a list of registered sex offenders who reside in Evans.  (Source:  www.cityofevans.org) Eric Breuer 3914 Goldrush Ct Sexual Assault on a Child Peter Dinkel 3801 Boulder St Sexual Assault on a Child in a … Continue reading

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Veteran teacher helps teens drive for success

Story and Photo By Jack Minor When school districts stopped offering Drivers Education courses, Duane Anderson saw a need and an opportunity. Anderson taught Drivers Ed at Greeley West for eight years and driving safety at Aims for a year … Continue reading

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Vote Early, Avoid the Rush

By Mike Bauman Early Voting vote centers will be available at the following 5 locations. These facilities will open from 8-5 on October 18, 2010 – October 29, 2010. Early Vote Centers turn into Election day Vote Centers on November 2, … Continue reading

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Help the Hungry; Weld Food Bank in need of donations

By Vanessa Dominguez September is a slow month for donations to the Weld Food Bank. Kevin Mullin, food bank director of development said, “During this time of the year, the food bank typically finds that its food inventory gets low … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Business: Work Out West

By Rebekah Elliott If you’re looking for the cleanest facility, friendliest staff, and best equipment in a gym Work Out West fits the bill. The staff focuses on whole body wellness and supports that with the Polar body system, where … Continue reading

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Road Kill Sports Grill

By Rebekah Elliott Locally owned, Road Kill Sports Grill really has that small town bar feel. It is a sports bar with many TVs’ so no game is missed, friendly bartenders, and 6 beers on draft. This is a place … Continue reading

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APPRECIATION DAY FOR CUSTOMERS AND CLIENTS: AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE

by Jim Frazier On Saturday Maria Barrientos-Hegan, agent for American Family Insurance, hosted an Appreciation Day party with food and entertainment for clients and vendors. Her office is in Evans on 23rd Ave near 37th Street.   “I would not be … Continue reading

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Board meeting agenda for Friday, July 2

The Board of Education will meet Friday, July 2, at the District 6 Administration Building, 1025 Ninth Ave., for a special business meeting at 1 p.m. The agenda includes just one business item, an administrative recommendation to approve the installation … Continue reading

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Dates on a Dime: Nature’s Fireworks

By Mike Bauman This week’s date involves a nice evening stroll with your loved ones.  Take the kids along on this date.  Also, take the bug spray along, or it’ll be a short one! Between 60th Avenue and 64th Avenue … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Business

By Rebekah Elliott Automotive Appearance Specialists If your car has hail damage or minor dents that need fixing, Automotive Appearance Specialists are the ones to see. They use state of the art techniques to skillfully massage those dents back to … Continue reading

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Board retreat agenda for Monday, June 7

The Board of Education will meet Monday, June 7, at the District 6 Administration Building, 1025 Ninth Ave., for a daylong retreat to study and discuss a variety of issues. Agenda highlights include: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Conference Room … Continue reading

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Bear Branding: Taking Back a Little Piece of Campus

by Rebekah Elliott, for The Greeley Gazette The pedestrian tunnel that connects the east and west sides of the UNC campus under 11th Ave just got a new look thanks to some artistic students. This tunnel has been a constant … Continue reading

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