Jerry Martin, GreeleyTribune

Jerry Martin

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Fort Collins, CO, United States

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Editor’s Note: Regarding the recent changes to our e-edition – Greeley Tribune

In October of last year, we began offering an expanded e-edition on the days we don’t have a print edition. The expanded e-edition included a selection of national and state news along with weather… → Read More

Motorcyclist killed during Saturday crash in Greeley

A man died Saturday morning in Greeley when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a pickup. → Read More

Net Zero Cities: Confronting climate crisis among top priorities

Gov. Jared Polis Wednesday reiterated his commitment to a renewable-energy future for Colorado, highlighting the devastating effect of climate change and ambitious goals to address the climate cris… → Read More

Man killed April 26 by Evans police officer identified

The Weld County Coroner’s Office on Tuesday identified 65-year-old Manuel Moreno of Evans as the person shot and killed last week by an Evans police officer. → Read More

Northern Water to set water quota with supplies below or near normal

Based on discussion at the annual Spring Water Users Meeting held in Loveland at the Embassy Suites Hotel Conference Center, farmers, cities and towns that rely upon the C-BT water are likely to se… → Read More

Montfort Cos. hires new president of real estate

GREELEY — Monfort Cos. has hired Santiago Escobedo to serve as its new president of real estate. Montfort is an investment and development company. Escobedo will be charged with overseeing and deve… → Read More

Iowa firm acquires two buildings in 76 Commerce Center for $85.2M

BRIGHTON — Iowa-based firm Principal Real Estate Investors has purchased two Class-A industrial buildings in the nascent 76 Commerce Center for a total of $85.2 million, according to Adams County p… → Read More

UCHealth hospitals welcome first new Greeley babies of 2022

2021 wasn’t in the rearview very long early Saturday morning before hospitals across the region started welcoming the first special deliveries of 2022 into the world. At UCHealth Greeley Hosp… → Read More

Colorado Enterprise Fund, Wells Fargo launch funds for Black, small businesses

DENVER — The Colorado Enterprise Fund has launched two new loan programs using a $1.275 million grant from the Wells Fargo Open for Business Fund. The Black Business Loan Fund and the Individual T… → Read More

Pilgrim’s Pride closes U.K. acquisition

GREELEY — Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. (Nasdaq: PPC) closed its nearly $1 billion buy of Kerry Consumer Foods’ prepared foods business. The meat processor said in June it planned to buy the unit and this … → Read More

Victim of Friday house fire in Firestone identified

A Firestone man killed Friday in a Firestone house fire was identified Monday by the Weld County Coroner’s Office. → Read More

Judge dismisses finder’s fee complaint against Greeley’s Xiant Technologies

GREELEY — A federal judge dismissed a Tennessee man’s lawsuit against Greeley-based Xiant Technologies Inc. over allegedly not being paid for his efforts to find the company investors. In a judgmen… → Read More

Allison Kimball: New mothers need paid family and medical leave

I’ve been a family doctor in Greeley for 7 years, delivering hundreds of babies and helping new mothers and fathers begin their journeys into parenthood. It’s a special kind of work, one that I do … → Read More

Colorado State athletics introduces Together Initiative – Greeley Tribune

FORT COLLINS — While placing the current political and racial climates in the spotlight, citizens across the country are assuring their voices are heard following the brutal slaying of George… → Read More

No paywall for Greeley Tribune's e-edition through Aug. 1

The Greeley Tribune will not have a pay wall for its e-edition until Aug. 1. Users will also not have to log in as subscribers during that time. → Read More

Weld County awarded funds from Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Weld County was recently awarded $227,552 in federal funds for emergency food and shelter assistance from the Emergency Food and Shelter Program. → Read More

UNC to partner with King Soopers to offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing site on campus

The University of Northern Colorado is partnering with King Soopers and the Colorado Emergency Operations Center to offer a free COVID-19 testing site. → Read More

Weld Re-8 school to open temporarily Monday so students can gather supplies

Schools in the Weld Re-8 School District will be open for fur hours Monday to allow families in the district to collect any supplies. → Read More

Third presumptive positive case of COVID-19 announced in Weld County

The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment announced Saturday morning it has been notified of a third presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Weld County. → Read More

High Plains Library districts closes libraries to the public

High Plains Library District officials announced late Friday all libraries are closed to the public and all library events are canceled starting Saturday. → Read More