Local Ride Program For Seniors Likely To Get Funding

Local ride providers like RAFT (Berthoud-based Rural Alternatives for Transportation) and SAINT (Senior Alternatives in Transportation) will be working with a new Center called One Call/One Click to streamline the organizing and scheduling of rides for senior residents. More on the story here:  Rides For Seniors Keep Reading

Estes To Have One Brewery For Every 1270 People

With the addition of the new brewery scheduled to open this summer in the Carriage House at the Stanley Hotel complex, Estes Park will have 5 breweries! Post Brewing Company will be the newest to join Rock Cut, Lumpy Ridge, Avant Garde, and the Estes Park Brewery in quenching the locals and tourists beer thirsts. … Keep Reading

East Loveland Widening Project Gets Underway in 2020

Work will begin next month on the nearly $6 million U.S 34 Widening Project in east Loveland. According to the Reporter Herald, the city of Loveland announced crews will begin phase 1 work between Denver and Boyd Lake Avenue, Jan. 6, 2020. Phase II is scheduled to begin in April. An open house will be… Keep Reading

Recycle Those Christmas Trees and Broken Lights

Once again, the city of Loveland is providing two free places to drop off and recycle your trees: South side: Centennial Park – W. First and Taft Avenue (in the parking lot north of First Street, just west of Swift Field). North side: Kroh Park – North Highway 287 and 52nd Street (adjacent to the Habitat for Humanity location). You can… Keep Reading

You Know NOCO, But Have You Heard of GOCO?

One of Colorado's best ideas… GOCO (Great Outdoors Colorado) invests a portion of Colorado Lottery proceeds to help preserve and enhance the state's parks, trails, wildlife, rivers, and open spaces. They have three primary goals: PROTECT more urban and rural land for people and wildlife, notably once-in-a-lifetime, large-scale projects. CONNECT people to the outdoors by… Keep Reading

Esh’s Grocery Market Closest to Estes Closing

Esh’s Grocery Market will close its first surplus market after most of its customer base started shopping at its newer Highway 287 location instead. The food wholesaler will close its store at 4221 W. Eisenhower Rd. Saturday, 18 years after it opened. For more info and stores remaining open visit:  Esh's Wholesale Grocery Keep Reading

New Hope Youth Ranch To Fill In Gap In The Local Health Care System

New Hope Youth Ranch is a Christian non-profit that “provides hope and options for families in Larimer and Weld Counties with special needs, medical fragility, disabilities, and crisis situations” according to Marisol Jackson who started the organization. Jackson has big plans for 2020, and will be working to build an entire campus for those in… Keep Reading

Congrats To The Newly Certified Loveland Creative District

Colorado Creative Industries (CCI) recently announced the five-year certification of three new Creative Districts in Durango, Loveland and Sterling. Administered by Colorado Creative Industries, the Creative District Program encourages the formation of creative districts in neighborhoods and contiguous geographic areas for the purpose of: ● Attracting artists and creative entrepreneurs to a community ● Enhancing… Keep Reading

Loveland Generations Gives $18,300 to Local Non-Profits

Loveland Generations is a committee-advised fund of the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado. For 2019 it awarded a combined $18,300 in grants to Harrington Arts Alliance, Give Next, The Matthews House, VITA Loveland, Inc., and Thompson Valley Preschool, Inc. Last year (2018), it gave $25,500 to local projects. Loveland Generations is a group of community-minded… Keep Reading

Estes Just Says NO To Pot Facilities

Preliminary, unofficial results of the Town of Estes Park's Special Municipal Election show voters have decided not to allow a limited number of marijuana facilities within Town limits, with a majority of 68 percent. Approximately 60 percent of active voters registered in the Estes Park town limits cast ballots in the Dec. 10 election. Complete… Keep Reading

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