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Originally a US Army outpost, the city is now more known as the home of Colorado State University. The town was named 'Best Place to Live' in 2006 and followed that with a second place showing in 2008 due to its great local school system, low crime and great outdoor environment. Although the University dominates the local economy, many high-tech companies have relocated offices to the area like Hewlett Packard and Agilent.
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Colorado State Rams
Local Colleges: Colorado State University
Zip Codes associated with fort collins, colorado:
80521 80524 80525 80526 80528 80536
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Fort Collins Symphony 68th Season Continues with "Beaks, Tweaks & Shrieks"
FORT COLLINS, CO - " The Fort Collins Symphony under the direction of Maestro Wes Kenney continues its Season of Diversity on Saturday, February 3, 2018 a riveting program appropriately titled "Beaks, Tweak & Shrieks."Man charged with raping and killing Colorado mom who went missing
A Colorado man was arrested in the death of a mom who vanished last month after her home was found ransacked and her car abandoned , cops said. Khalid White is accused of sexually assaulting and strangling 41-year-old massage therapist Kimberlee Graves, Fort Collins police said.Winter Prescribed Fire on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District
Fort Collins, Colo. - " Canyon Lake Ranger District firefighters are monitoring conditions in the Roosevelt National Forest to burn slash piles left from multiple fuels reduction and hazardous tree removal projects, as well as conduct broadcast burns, this winter.Loveland native running for 2nd Congressional District talks policy, values
Peter Yu, a longtime Loveland resident, talks Jan. 15 about why he is running for Congressional District 2 at The Coffee Tree in downtown Loveland.LCSO Reports an 83-year-old Fort Collins Man is Missing
Last night the Larimer County Sheriff's Office was notified that an 83-year-old man was missing from his home near the Fort Collins Country Club. John Sprackling was last seen about noon Saturday in his red Mountaineer.Ready for some Rocky Mountain oysters?
PHOTO BY @LONGLIVETHENOMS Real oysters from the sea are sometimes served breaded and fried.Jeff Wells: Fort Morgan on healthy financial footing
Fort Morgan City Manager Jeff Wells gave his annual report to the city council last Tuesday. The city of Fort Morgan's financial position is healthy following a period of significant improvement in terms of city finances, Fort Morgan City Manager Jeff Wells told the city council last week in his annual report.Bill to keep scanners relevant dies after debate
A bill seeking to stop Colorado law enforcement from encrypting, and therefore hiding, all of their emergency radio communications met its demise Thursday but sparked a debate about the public's right to know - pitting journalists against police agencies as it went down. Even as members of the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee rejected the measure brought by state Rep. Kevin Van Winkle, a Highlands Ranch Republican, they raised concern about the issue and urged him to bring it back at a later date.Loveland tallies 4 inches of snow
Rowe's Flowers and Gifts was named the Business of the Year on Wednesday at the Loveland Chamber of Commerce annual dinner and awards night.Loveland, looking for something to do this weekend?
Dr. Jennifer McCabe Lentz and her husband, Todd Lentz, pose for a photo Thursday in an exam room at Direct Family Care of Northern Colorado in Fort Collins.Nappie Project exceeds 200,000 in diaper distribution
Kathleen Hunt-Speciner, a volunteer with the Nappie Project, left, bags up bundles of diapers as Melissa Benton, board member, puts them in boxes to be delivered to the nonprofit's partner agencies for distribution.PHOTOS: Signs of the 2018 Denver Women's March
Arvada-resident Brady Rowland, 13, is here with her dad Jason. "I came last year and I think it's really important as a feminist," she said at the 2018 Denver Women's March on Jan. 20, 2018.Larimer County surveyor Chad Washburn seeks third term
Washburn has been in the land surveying field for almost 25 years, obtaining his Colorado Land Surveyors licence in 2005.Fort Collins police using drones in crash investigations
The program's first flight was in August, and police used the technology seven times during the course of crash investigations last year. The drones help police snap photos faster and open roads sooner, according to members of Fort Collins police CRASH team, which responds to serious crashes.Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to...
Chronic wasting disease - or "zombie deer disease" - was first observed in 1967 in Fort Collins, Colorado, and has since infected wild herds in 24 states and Canada, as well as in South Korea and Norway, NPR reported. "CWD passes from animal to animal through prions , misfolded proteins that cause other proteins to misfold around them," NPR reported.
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