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Skydiver from Golden found dead after planned jump near Longmont airport
Vance Brand Airport, in Longmont, Colo. (File Photo: KDVR) LONGMONT, Colo. - A man from Golden is dead after a planned skydiving jump near the Longmont airport on Thursday. The 23-year-old, who's name has not yet been released, had a planned jump around 1:15 p.m. with Mile-Hi Skydiving, according th
“Well, you’re not in Windsor,” Timnath cop reportedly said before kneeing mayor of neighboring town in groin, lawsuit says
A former Windsor mayor has sued two Timnath police officers claiming one of them stood by while the other kneed him in the groin and bashed him on the hood of a patrol car after he accused an officer of bullying.John Vazquez, who served as Windsor mayor between 2008 and 2016, brought the excessive f
Bond denied for Fort Collins woman accused of killing husband
Fort Collins police responded to a report of a shooting on the morning of Oct. 2, 2018, and found one man dead. A woman was arrested and taken into custody.Saja Hindi, email@example.com
Loveland-area things to do for Friday, Saturday and Sunday
The Harrington Haunted House of Horrors opens on Fourth Street tonight.FRIDAYHarrington Arts Alliance's Haunted House of Horrors,6-11 p.m., 315 E. Fourth St., Loveland. $12 for ages 11 and under and $15 for ages 12 and up. Call 568-7370 or visitharringtonartsalliance.org."Tony 'n Tina's Wedding,"7 p
Evans PD: Cellphone video shows teacher taping child to chair
The video, which Evans police said in a news release they received on Thursday, depicts an incident that allegedly happened at Prairie Heights Middle School in the town of around 10,000 people south of Greeley.
Weld County teacher on administrative leave following Safe2Tell and social media reports
A Milliken Middle School teacher has been placed on administrative leave for unprofessional conduct following multiple reports made to the school through Safe2Tell, an anonymous reporting system, and on social media.
Teacher Placed On Leave After Allegedly Taping Student To Chair
EVANS, Colo. (CBS4) - An Evans middle school teacher is on administrative leave after she allegedly taped one of her students to a chair. The teacher allegedly used masking tape to restrain the student by his ankles and torso. She also placed tape over his mouth. (credit: CBS) Evans Police Chief Ric
Tribune Endorsement: Windsor library tax measure leaves too many unanswered questions
We support public libraries. They’re an important part of the fabric of any community, and in an increasingly complex world, they’re a vital link to knowledge and resources we all need.For those reasons, we supported the Clearview Library District’s request last year for a property tax hike to fund
Windsor's Rylee Greiman wins player of the week honor
Each week, readers can submit player of the week candidates. Coloradoan sports staff will pick the final two, then readers vote on Twitter at@ColoradoanSptsand Instagram at@coloradoan, starting on Tuesdays.
5 things to do in Greeley and Windsor this weekend
Saints of Never AfterSaints of Never After will play at 7 p.m. Friday at the Moxi Theater, 802 9th St. Tickets range from $12-$80. For more information, go to .2. Howl-O-Ween Trick or TreatCentennial Village Museum will host a Howl-O-Ween Trick or Treat event from 3-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Cente
Loveland massage business owner arrested on charges of child sexual abuse, prostitution
Mark Brinkman (Larimer County Sheriff's Office)Following a four-month investigation into attempted sex crimes against children and prostitution, Larimer County Sheriff's Office investigators on Thursday arrested the owner of a Loveland massage business on multiple felony allegations.According to a L
Loveland-area things to do this week
History of Devil's Backbone Open Space,4:30-6 p.m., Devil's Backbone Open Space, west of Loveland off U.S. 34. Join local author Ken Jessen for a hike to explore the history of Devil's Backbone. Free. Registration required atoffero.larimer.org. Call 619-4565.
Rash of rattlesnake sightings reported, dog bitten in Fort Collins area
“I’ve never gotten so many people telling me they saw rattlesnakes on one trail,’’ said city of Fort Collins Natural Areas ranger Bridget Clark, who was patrolling the area over the weekend.
Man killed by wood thrown from machine at Johnstown workplace
KUSA — A 54-year-old Milliken man is dead after he was struck in the chest by a piece of wood thrown from a machine at his workplace, according to the Weld County Coroner’s Office.Steven Deniston was killed in the apparent workplace accident at Sun Mountain Custom Doors Tuesday afternoon.The coroner
Morning Brief: Upcoming Sustainable Resilient Longmont Events - Longmont Observer
Sustainable Resilient Longmont (SRL) is a nonprofit with the goal to aid “the Longmont community to cultivate a sustainable and thriving city,” according to their website. They uphold that mission through education, advocacy and action. Below is a list of events the nonprofit is hosting over the nex
‘No questions asked’: Windsor PD participating in Drug Take Back Day
The Windsor Police Department is promising ‘no questions asked’ to residents who take advantage of the department’s participation in National Drug Take Back Day this month.From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 27, residents are encouraged to drop off their unused or expired prescription medications at the dep
Car tumbles into Big Thompson River; driver hospitalized
According to Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Operations Chief Greg Ward, dive teams were dispatched at 10:34 a.m. to a bridge on County Road 29, where the road crosses the Big Thompson River.
3 people injured in Denver hit-and-run; driver fled the scene, police say
DENVER - Police are looking for the driver of a silver or gray SUV who reportedly hit three pedestrians before leaving the scene of the crime. It happened just before 9:30 p.m. in the area of 10th Avenue and Broadway, in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Police described the injuries as serious. #
Man accused of torturing, killing cats in Jefferson, Adams Counties sentenced
Evan Bretches, 39, faces eight years for one felony case in Jefferson County and two in Adams County related to aggravated animal cruelty.
Opinion: State Senator District 18, Steve Fenberg-Boulder County Commissioner - Longmont Observer
For the last two years I’ve had the privilege of fighting for Boulder County in the State Senate alongside Matt Jones. Many times I’ve seen Matt go to the well to protect our community from oil and gas development, accelerate renewable energy, get our share of transportation money, and put Boulder C