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County total accidents and accidents impacting groundwater Larimer: 3/1 Weld: 350/157 Jackson: 5/0 Source: Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Though Gov. John Hickenlooper and the state's oil industry say oil and gas drilling has little
Written by Coloradoan staff Filed Under Jax Fish House, 123 College Ave., Fort Collins, is hosting an oyster eating contest on March 25 to raise funds for the Food Bank for Larimer County. Community teams of two are invited to eat as many oysters as
Ann Grant will look around at everyone who attends tonight's Democratic caucus at her precinct in rural Larimer County and see some familiar faces...The other will be her three-legged dog, Pippy, who is unaffiliated. "But she's easily corruptible,"
Written by Coloradoan staff Filed Under Larimer County officials are seeking feedback on proposed changes to the Larimer County Special Event Permit regulations. Currently, Larimer Countys Special Events Permit Resolution limits events on any one
Written by Coloradoan staff Filed Under The Boy Scouts are coming. The Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America Troops are hitting the pavement this weekend to collect nonperishable food for Larimer County residents. From 10 this morning to 3 this
Written by Coloradoan staff Filed Under The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment is taking nominations for the seventh Joseph Jabaily Public Health Hero Award. The award was created by the Larimer County Board of Health in honor of Dr.
Written by Coloradoan staff Filed Under Now is the time for senior citizens to make appointments for Larimer County's Senior Tax Work-Off Program. Seniors who meet the eligibility requirements can work off up to $400 of their Larimer County property
Filed Under A controversial proposal to build an emergency services radio tower on Middle Bald Mountain is moving forward again...Forest Service to build a 60-foot tower and support facilities on the 10,900-foot peak near Red Feather Lakes...County
Written by Coloradoan staff Filed Under Karen Stockley, a longtime Berthoud resident and former Thompson Board of Education member, has announced she is running for Larimer County commissioner in the November election. Stockley, a Democrat, is
Filed Under Jay Harrison Jay Harrison, a former Larimer County sheriff's deputy who ran unsuccessfully for sheriff in 2010, has sued the winner of the election and the county. Harrison claims in a suit filed in federal district court that he lost his