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2020 Census…Not Just a Pain in the Patootey.

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It's the largest peacetime mobilization of government and citizens each decade…and not just so Big Brother can keep an eye on you.

Why is it done every 10 years?  There are a number of good reasons, many of which you might not be aware of.

This time it will all be done online.  And you could even make some extra bucks helping out…

Take a better look at the important reasons here:  2020 Census

The Dining Out Scene Just Keeps Getting Better in Loveland

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From Boar and Bull to Piggin' Out Saloon to East End Alehouse to The Farmstead on South Lincoln…they have arrived!

Our big changes at Piggin' Out are coming to fruition! We are moving forward with opening a beer garden and food truck just south of Downtown at The Farmstead, 1015 South Lincoln. We are targeting mid-April so stay tuned! 

Get the details here:  Piggin' Out BBQ

Schools Closed Today Because of a Threat to the Denver/Metro Area

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IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ: In collaboration with other Denver metro area school districts and at the request of state and federal law enforcement, all Thompson School District schools and district offices will be closed on Wednesday, April 17, due to the ongoing safety concern that was communicated earlier today. All athletics and activities are cancelled as well and no employees are to report.

What can you do?  Be on the lookout for the person in the picture…information about her whereabouts should be reported to the FBI Tip Line at 303-630-6427.

More details here:  Columbine Infatuation

Dinner With Your Movie?

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Are you excited about being able to watch a big screen luxury theater downtown while being served dinner and drinks?

The 600-seat theater in The Foundry development will have a separate restaurant and bar, name to be determined, and customers will have a variety of options.

You can head straight to a luxury recliner in one of the auditoriums and order and be served there.

Read more here:  Dinner, Drinks, and a Movie!

Local Collaborative Trail Wins Starburst Award

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Want to bike or walk from Loveland to Fort Collins without motorized vehicle hassles?  Well, you can now…on an award winning trail!

And the trail has won a Colorado Lottery Starburst award for excellence in the use of Lottery proceeds for community and conservation projects.

The 4.4-mile long, 10-foot wide Long View Trail runs along the east side of North Taft Avenue in Loveland and South Shields Street in Fort Collins and provides a safe, detached, non-motorized alternative to traveling between the two cities.

More on the trail here:  Long View Trail

More on the award here:  Starburst Trail Award

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