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The land where Greeley now lays was where, 1821, Stephen H. Long made his expedition. He said that "the region would never be fit for human habitation and should remain forever the unmolested haunt of the native hunter, bison and jackal." Nathan C. Meeker, who opposed Long, moved to the area and founded a colony in 1868. Horace Greeley agreed with Meeker, writing the famous phrase "Go West, young man, go West." The colony that Meeker founded is now the city of Greeley, Colorado.

Population: 109888
Local Newspapers: Greeley Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Colorado Avalanche (NHL) Colorado Rapids (MLS) Colorado Rockies (MLB) Denver Broncos (NFL) and Denver Nuggets (NBA) University of Northern Colorado Bears
Local Colleges: University of Northern Colorado

Zip Codes associated with greeley, colorado: 80538 80631 80634
Towns/Cities near greeley, colorado : Garden City Evans La Salle Kersey Milliken Eaton Windsor

Greeley News
2017 fatalities on highways and roads in Weld County

There were more fatal traffic crashes in Weld County in 2017 than there have been for 13 years. Here are the numbers from years past: 1. Thomas McWhorter, 67, died Jan. 16 after a crash in the 2500 block of Colo.

Loveland, looking for something to do this weekend?

Stars of Tomorrow, 7 p.m., Rialto Theater Center, 228 E. Fourth St., Loveland. Big Thompson Kiwanis Club will present auditioned performers in kindergarten through 12th grade.

Colorado Popcorn's new owners looking to grow business

Kathy Littler, left, recently sold Colorado Popcorn Company to Zac Souffrant and fiancee Breanna Kelsch of Sterling. Today is National Popcorn Day and what better way to celebrate than by meeting the new owners of Colorado Popcorn Company at 320 Oak St. in Sterling.

Greeley Historic Preservation Commission announces 2018 History Brown Bag series

The 2018 History Brown Bag series will kick off with a presentation about the Boston Tea Party on Jan. 25. In the first installment of 2018, Greeley resident Dean Curtis will discuss the public sentiment, the growing animosity and the key role in the American Revolution of the Boston Tea Party. The free presentations run from noon to 1 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month from January to October in the Community Room at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th St. The series features presentations about history, from early Greeley history to international affairs such as World War II.

Poudre Heritage Alliance Now Accepting 2018 Grant Applications

The Poudre Heritage Alliance and the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area are now accepting 2018 grant applications.

Colorado Farm Show Returns to Island Grove Park in Greeley

The Colorado Farm Show will award nine graduating high school seniors a total of $21,000 to help with their higher education goals and expenses.

The academic advocate: Heller School Dean David Weil

In the winter and spring of 1979, when most of his friends were in their senior year of high school in his hometown of Greeley, Colorado, 17-year-old David Weil was a thousand miles from home, loading food and supplies into trucks in California's Imperial Valley. He had dropped out of high school and taken a job with the National Farm Workers Ministry to support the United Farm Workers, who were on strike to promote fair labor practices.

Weld County Health Department Offering Free Health Screening

It will include: body mass index , blood sugar, cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood pressure. This screening is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourages early detection and treatment of disease.

This Week in History for the week of Jan. 14-20, 2018

The Loveland City Council approved the continued use of the Pulliam Building, 545 N. Cleveland Ave., by Blue Sky Church as a nighttime emergency shelter.

Colorado History: Cal Carter a " the last gold miner in Masonville

The Carter Cemetery is on a ridge west of the Masonville Road on private property.

Local input moves Sterling creative district forward

Community members responded to questions about a creative district forming in Sterling during Wednesday night's Sterling Creative District meeting. A group of interested citizens met Wednesday night to continue the discussion around forming a creative district in Sterling.

Tough regulations of well pumping for farmers causing issues

In a Dec. 19, 2017 photo, Harry Strohauer stands near one of the damaged areas in his field east of LaSalle, Colo. As a result of high ground water Strohauer has seen salt deposits like this form on the field, killing the crops in those sections.

Phone open to Facebook profile leads Greeley cops to car-theft suspect

The man who surrendered to police after a standoff Wednesday afternoon had been sought by officers for 10 days, and they identified him after they found his cell phone in a stolen car open to his Facebook profile. Edgar Marquez, 26, was holed up in a home in the 2100 block of 10th Avenue, across the street from the University of Northern Colorado's campus, for nearly four hours before before police deployed stun grenades and convinced him to surrender.

Greeley police link man to 2016 truck theft, say he used truck to...

A man could face a felony charge for the role police say he played in the 2016 theft of a truck from a Greeley fencing company. Authorities believe he later used the stolen truck when he took multiple car batteries from a Century Link location in Greeley.

Woman gets 24 years for infant grandson's death

Winter Weather Advisory issued January 11 at 10:07PM MST expiring January 12 at 5:00PM MST in effect for: Chaffee, Lake, Saguache Winter Weather Advisory issued January 11 at 8:41PM MST expiring January 12 at 5:00PM MST in effect for: Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Grand, Jackson, Jefferson, Larimer, Park, Summit Winter Weather Advisory issued January 11 at 3:30PM MST expiring January 12 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Eagle, Garfield, Moffat, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt Winter Weather Advisory issued January 11 at 3:30PM MST expiring January 12 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Moffat, Routt GREELEY, Colo. - A Colorado woman who was convicted of child abuse resulting in the death of her infant grandson has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.

Grandma convicted in child's 2015 death sentenced to 24 years in prison by Weld District Court judge

Three people were arrested and charged in connection with the 2015 death of Donovan Archuleta. Two of them have already been sentenced to prison.

Weld judge hands down ten year sentence for Wyoming woman who killed man while driving drunk in 2016

Weld District Court Judge Shannon Lyons acknowledged he would not be able to deliver true justice Tuesday morning in the case of a Wyoming woman whose drunk driving resulted in the death of a man after a head-on collision in north Greeley almost a year ago. Cisneros was the passenger in a 2002 Ford Taurus driven by Ashley Moore, 30, of Wyoming on Jan. 16, 2017, when she was involved in a head-on collision in the 100 block of 35th Avenue, according to an affidavit for her arrest.

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