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Cuyler Meade


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Past articles by Cuyler:

Weld County oil spills for Feb. 23

The following spills were reported to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in the past two weeks. Information is based on Form 19, which operators must fill out detailing the leakage/sp… → Read More

Greeley gives abundantly as locals rally to load trailer bound for Texas

Sylvia Martinez was done talking about Texas. It was time for the Greeley resident, she decided, to do something about it. “I had been posting on Facebook, bashing the politicians, bashing pe… → Read More

Greeley council split on household occupancy debate after work session

The city of Greeley hasn’t significantly updated its household occupancy standards since 1980, but, after a divided debate at Tuesday night’s City Council work session, it’s hard … → Read More

State rep. Mary Young, Greeley councilman Tommy Butler holding virtual town hall

Greeley’s state representative Mary Young will join with Greeley city councilman Tommy Butler, who represents Ward I, and others for a virtual town hall to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and ot… → Read More

Weld County oil spills for Jan. 27

The following spills were reported to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in the past two weeks. Information is based on Form 19, which operators must fill out detailing the leakage/sp… → Read More

United Way of Weld County hosting virtual community forum on aging for older adults

United Way of Weld County (UWWC) will hold a virtual community forum focusing on aging well Friday, Jan. 29, over Zoom. The forum will take place noon to 12:50 p.m. UWWC board members Mike Bond and… → Read More

Victim in Wednesday Ault homicide identified

The victim of a Wednesday early-evening homicide in Ault has been identified as 48-year-old Ault resident Oscar Flores-Ortiz. A release from the Weld County Coroner’s Office indicates that Fl… → Read More

Greeley council approves retroactive pay increase for top city staff

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct the former and current salaries of two city employees. When the COVID-19 pandemic was first rearing its head in Northern Colorado, Greele… → Read More

Weld County Big Sales for Jan. 20

829 US Highway 85, Nunn. $912,500. Buyer: Powersports Properties LLC. Seller: Soarn V LLC. NE of 168th Ave. and King St., Brighton. $7,011,500. Buyer: Forestar USA R/E Group Inc. Seller: LOB LLC. 2… → Read More

Pedestrian killed on I-25 Thursday identified as Thornton man

A 43-year-old Thornton man was identified Saturday by the Weld County coroner’s office as the man who died in a pedestrian crash on I-25 Thursday evening. Kenneth Neil Crandall was reportedly… → Read More

Northern Colorado and statewide housing report for Jan. 6

Average sale price for home in Greeley over the past month (Redfin) — $323,000 (down from $340,000 previous month; +4.5% since last year) Average sale price in Windsor (Redfin) — $428,000 (down fro… → Read More

Hume’s last-second bucket wins it for UNC men in Missoula – Greeley Tribune

With 3:25 to go in an intense, back-and-forth contest, Montana led on its home court by 5, the most it had all game. And, while that 57-52 Grizzly lead would evaporate quickly, the home team had a … → Read More

Faith column: The Kingdom of Christmas

I love the account of Christmas told by Luke, the only Gentile author of the Bible. As a convert of Paul’s, Luke didn’t grow up trusting in the Law as His way to God. He instinctively knew that he … → Read More

Greeley residential construction report for Dec. 15

The following is a summary of residential permits issued by the city of Greeley’s community development/building inspection department in October: Number of permits/buildings Single-family dwelling… → Read More

Celebrating 20 years with the county, Elisa Kunkel looks back on drive to serve

It’s not common anymore to stay with the same employer for two decades. Once upon a time, this was a semi-regular occurrence, but even 20 years ago, it had become no longer commonplace. But h… → Read More

Family of community champion May Bunjes mourns her passing from COVID-19

May Bunjes never let her health hold her back before. And maybe that’s why it’s so frustrating to those she left behind that she went out the way she did. Bunjes, a consummate champion … → Read More

Weld commissioners’ statement indicates intention to ignore outright state’s Level Red mandate

The county made it abundantly clear, leaving no room for misunderstanding, that it plans to ignore the state's mandate. → Read More

State moving Weld County to ‘Level Red’ Sunday as COVID-19 cases surge – Greeley Tribune

Weld County will have its COVID-19 “dial” level elevated by the state Sunday to Level Red. A letter signed by Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment director Jill Hunsaker… → Read More

Faith column: Seven scriptures to read if you’re feeling defeated – Greeley Tribune

Editor’s note: This faith column represents the belief and opinion of the author, who happens to be a Greeley Tribune news editor and reporter. God knows life is hard. He sent His Son to expe… → Read More

100 years ago: An 18-year-old bank robber jailed

100 years ago: The third week of November, 1920, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper, as compiled by Mike Peters. Flags at the courthouse and city hall were at half-staff Sun… → Read More