Unsung Hero Keeps It Clean For Walt Clark

Each day, students walk into Walt Clark Middle School and find clean floors, working lockers, lighted classrooms and hallways. Paul Kirkland, lead custodian at Walt Clark, prides himself on the clean, neat environment at the 100,000-square-foot middle school. We love these stories about local “Unsung Heroes”! Read more here:  Unsung Hero Keep Reading

Wonderful Organization Serving Loveland Needy Since 1961

For the past 57+ years, HNS has served the city’s lowest income bracket. HNS was created by local churches that joined their services and resources together to better serve people in need in our community. The organization has evolved over time, but our sense of purpose has remained the same – to serve those in… Keep Reading

Local Women’s Group Personifies International Women’s Day

Today is International Women's Day, and Loveland is privileged to have a group of women who exemplify the true spirit of the day. International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women’s achievements – from the political to the social – while calling for gender equality. The Colorado Women of Influence Foundation based in… Keep Reading

Another Great Effort for Safer Loveland Streets

A $500,000 grant from the state will go a long way toward easing the worries of people who walk along Wilson Avenue in northwest Loveland and others who care about people who walk there. Thirteen-year-old Gavin Myers was killed by a drunken driver while walking home at dusk in that area last June. Read more… Keep Reading

Popular Park Recovering From The Flood

When the 2013 flood tore through the Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park in the Thompson Canyon west of Loveland, it destroyed more than 50 memorials located within the park. But upstate New York sculptor DeWitt Godfrey told the city's public art commission at its Feb. 7 meeting that he wants to create a public art piece that… Keep Reading

Deep Freeze For Education

Approximately 60 brave community members of all ages took a full-body plunge in freezing water over the weekend to support a new classroom initiative at Estes Park Schools. Hosted by Trout Haven Resorts, the first annual Polar Bear Plunge raised over $3,200 to help jumpstart the Trout in the Classroom (TIC) program. Details here:  Polar… Keep Reading

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