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Terry Frei


Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Terry:

Life After Loss group sets Evening Tea and Fancy Hat Fashion show

Cynthia Webb of “Chapeaus by Cynthia Lee” will give a presentation about hat making at Adamson Life Celebration Home's Evening Tea and Fashion Show on Wednesday, April 24. The function, part of Adamson's Life After Loss program, will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Adamson facility, 2000 47th Ave. Participants are encouraged to wear hats… → Read More

Brown Bag discussion of WWII Jewish American soldier experience at Active Adult Center

Jewish American Soldier Experiences of World War II will be among the topics at the Greeley Historic Preservation Commission's Brown Bag presentation at noon on April 11 at the Active Adult Center, 1010 6th St. Michelle Petrazzoulo, Library Director for the Rampart Library District in Woodland Park, will be the speaker. She also will touch on… → Read More

Author Helen Thorpe to speak at Greeley West High

Helen Thorpe, the Denver-based author of three narrative non-fiction books about immigrants and refugees, will speak in Greeley West High School's Auditorium at 7 p.m. April 23 at the high school, 2401 35th Ave. The book talk is sponsored by United Way of Weld County, Greeley-Evans School District 6 Family Center, Immigrant and Refugee Center… → Read More

Friends of Loveland Library set 3-day spring used book sale

The Friends of the Loveland Library has scheduled a three-day used book sale for April 18-20 at the McKee Community Building, adjacent to the Budweiser Events Center at The Ranch in Loveland. A preview for members of the organization is set for Thursday, April 18, from 4 to 7 p.m., and attendees can join at… → Read More

Have information about Windsor area tunnels? Author wants to talk with you

Author Tracy Beard is asking for help. She will be on a book research trip and make appearances in Windsor next month. In conjunction with that, Beard is seeking to meet with those with information or stories about the underground tunnel between the town's 1908 hospital and the Windsor Memorial Chapel, and perhaps about other… → Read More

Northern Colorado Eagles’ season resoundingly comes to an end

The Northern Colorado Eagles' first season as a Greeley-based Western States Hockey League franchise is over. Managing only a first-period goal from Tyler Trombly, the Eagles lost 5-1 to the Oklahoma City Blazers Sunday in the deciding third game of a Mid-West Division playoff series. The Blazers, who won the final two games of the… → Read More

Terry Frei: Book it. Your options for finding the book you want or for just browsing

Part of the Owlz Used Book Store in the Lincoln Park Emporium in downtown Greeley. (Terry Frei / tfrei@greeleytribune.com) Some Greeley-area residents still are mourning the 2011 closing of Borders Books and Records, an outlet in the slightly maverick national chain that started in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Borders store site, at 2683 35th Ave.,… → Read More

From Pentagon web developer to pulpit: Tracey Perry’s unlikely path continues Sunday with her official installation as Windsor pastor

On Ash Wednesday recently, Rev. Tracey Perry, left, delivers ashes to go to Jasmine Craveiro in the parking lot at Faith United Church of Christ in Windsor. (Louis Amestoy / lamestoy@greeleytribune.com) Tracey Perry was 34 when she had what she characterizes as → Read More

Terry Frei: Sunrise Community Health is a port in the storm

Sunrise Community Health's Monfort Family Clinic in Evans. Area hospitals, with patients in varying degrees of illness or trauma already in rooms and needing care, and with their emergency rooms set up to handle crises, couldn't completely shut down during Wednesday's → Read More

Giving birth to a story: Area hospitals labor on during Bomb Cyclone Storm

Medical Center of the Rockies Here's the deal about hospitals and storms: You can't say, Aw, it can wait. So when the Bomb Cyclone Storm hit Wednesday, to a major extent paralyzing the Greeley area, Weld County and Northern Colorado, business continued as usual the region's hospitals — as much as was humanly possible. That… → Read More

NoCo skater coming to Budweiser Events Center in Disney on Ice’s Worlds of Enchantment

Lea Nightwalker When Disney On Ice's Worlds of Enchantment passes through for a March 28-31 engagement at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, one of the principal skaters will be close to home. Lea Nightwalker, who portrays → Read More

Don’t get carried away with that snow shovel, OK?

As the snow hits and piles up in the Greeley area, it will be time for the age-old question: So when do you shovel the driveway and sidewalks? Do you tackle the job incrementally, making several periodic runs at it and keeping it from stacking up to intimidating depths? Or do you wait until it's… → Read More

Denver International Airport shuts down all six runways Wednesday afternoon

UPDATED, 2:25 p.m. Thinking of still trying to get from the Greeley area to Denver International Airport for a Wednesday flight out? Take this under advisement: Even if you could get through the roughly 60-mile trip to the airport under horrendous travel conditions, officials Wednesday afternoon announced that all six of the airport runways had been closed… → Read More

Terry Frei: Checking in with Colorado Buffaloes coach Tad Boyle, including on Greeley Central days he won’t forget

CU coach Tad Boyle in the media room after the Buffs' 78-67 win over Southern California Saturday. (Terry Frei / tfrei@greeleytribune.com) BOULDER — You probably know the feeling. Someone is talking to you and he or she looks you in the eye, making sure you know what follows is both important and heartfelt. That's the… → Read More

Luke Perry’s fatal stroke at least can be an alert about “younger” potential victims

When actor Luke Perry died Monday, five days after being hospitalized in the wake of suffering what was said to be a massive stroke, the former star of → Read More

On Ash Wednesday in Windsor, drive-through ashes are a hit

WINDSOR — Friends Gaby Guevara and Jasmine Craveiro pulled into the Faith United Church of Christ parking lot late Wednesday morning in a white GMC Denali and rolled down their windows. Before she could be spotted in the infant car seat turned backwards in the back, 1-month-old Andrea Craveiro — Jasmine's daughter — could be… → Read More

Natural gas pipe replacement project begins Tuesday in northeast Greeley

In a project designed to phase out aging infrastructure, Dallas-based Atmos Energy will begin replacing natural gas pipes in northeast Greeley on Tuesday. The entire project is expected to be completed in November. The initial part of the program, the Sunrise Project, involves work from 1st Avenue west to 6th Avenue and 8th Street south… → Read More

Greeley Elks to honor Weld County veterans at dinner

The Greeley Elks Lodge #809, at 3061 29th St., will honor Weld County veterans of U.S. armed forces service at a 6 p.m. dinner March 30. Dinner is free for veterans and $10 for non-veterans. Sponsors say backpacks containing → Read More

“Fangalangus Island” set for Union Colony Civic Center on March 22

The Fort Collins-based OpenStage Theatre & Company will perform → Read More

UNC Bears headed for club hockey national tournament in Dallas area

The University of Northern Colorado's club hockey team is headed to play in the American College Hockey Association's Division II national tournament on March 22-26 at two arenas in the Dallas area — the StarCenter in Plano and the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco. To raise money for the trip, the Bears are holding a… → Read More