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Greeley, CO, United States

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Past articles by James:

President Kay Norton to retire from University of Northern Colorado

After more than 15 years at the helm of the University of Northern Colorado, President Kay Norton will retire at the end of June.She broke the news during her → Read More

Hot rod captivates students at Aims Community College

The hot rod’s bright, red paint job caught Abel Flores’ eye.Flores, 18, a Fort Lupton resident and Aims Community College automotive collision repair student, said he likes painting cars. → Read More

‘Trackmaster’ hot rod on display at Aims Community College open house in Windsor

An Aims Community College open house will showcase “Trackmaster” Jerry Magnuson’s final hot rod Monday.The open house runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday at Aims Automotive and → Read More

School board election decided by default in Greeley-Evans School District 6

Only four candidates will run for election to Greeley-Evans School District 6’s four at-large school board seats, deciding the election by default.Rhonda Solis, John Haefeli and board President Roger → Read More

DACA rally to take place on University of Northern Colorado Thursday night

Two University of Northern Colorado students will hold a rally Thursday night to demonstrate solidarity with immigrant students.This rally comes in the wake of President Donald Trump’s decision to → Read More

Machete-wielding woman arrested after threatening residents, Greeley police

Greeley police officers arrested a 39-year-old Greeley woman after she threatened them a machete Friday evening.Police arrested Terri Cross on suspicion of felony menacing and resisting arrest.About 5:45 p.m., → Read More

Johnson family celebrates their 100-year farming history in Eaton

One-hundred years ago, Claus and Hilda Johnson bought a farm in Eaton. During the weekend, three generations of their descendants gathered in celebration of their family’s history.Relatives from as → Read More

Greality: 16-year-old Ault girl wins grand champion lamb, collects $12,000 at Colorado State Fair

Ault’s Caitlyn Anderson, 16, achieved a big life goal last week when her lamb won grand champion honors at the Colorado State Fair.Her lamb sold for $12,000 to Anadarko → Read More

Shooting group shares passion for old firearms

In late July, gunshots range through the air as cowboys and cowgirls worked their way through Western-themed courses. Using lever-action rifles, double-barrel shotguns and old-fashioned revolvers, the group showed → Read More

Hot air balloon launch to take place at Aims Community College

Aims Community College will host the “Great Aardvark Embark” hot air balloon launch Sept. 9, offering students and local residents the chance to learn how hot air balloons work → Read More

For the first time, all Greeley-Evans School District 6 schools avoid lowest state rating, according to preliminary results

Franklin Middle School, a historically low-rated Greeley-Evans School District 6 school, bucked a six-year trend of poor performance and jumped to the state’s highest-possible rating.That’s according to preliminary statewide → Read More

Northern Colorado receives $2.4 billion local income boost from area public colleges and universities, according to study

Four northern Colorado public colleges and universities added $2.4 billion in income to the Larimer and Weld County economies, according to a study released Tuesday by the Northern Colorado → Read More

Experts talk Tropical Storm Harvey’s impact on Colorado oil and gas industry

About 15 percent of the nation’s oil refining capacity shut down in the wake of flooding caused by hurricane and tropical storm Harvey, but experts say it shouldn’t have → Read More

Property tax hike ballot question to support Greeley-Evans School District 6 becomes official

It’s finally official. Greeley-Evans School District 6 will have a property tax-hike question on November’s ballot, asking voters for one more chance to approve it after almost the exact → Read More

Weld County schools respond to national lunch shaming controversy

When Greeley-Evans District 6 elementary students run out of money in their school lunch accounts, they might get a little smiley face stamped on their hand. It’s designed to → Read More

University of Northern Colorado device on NASA balloon gets blown out of state during eclipse experiment

During the eclipse Monday, a group of University of Northern Colorado physics students launched on a NASA balloon a special device they designed to detect cosmic particles.The balloon took → Read More

Year-end budget update shows increase in University of Northern Colorado enrollment

Last year’s bump in enrollment at the University of Northern Colorado caused a corresponding increase in revenues.That’s the news UNC Provost Robbyn Wacker shared at Wednesday morning’s finance and → Read More

Car crashes into newly renovated downtown building; 72-year-old man arrested

A small four-door sedan came to a stop in a handicap parking spot on Tuesday afternoon before lurching through the floor-to-ceiling windows of downtown Greeley’s Chase Tower.Greeley police arrested → Read More

Latest standardized test scores show need for more resources, say Greeley-Evans District 6 officials

Despite test scores well below the state average, Greeley-Evans District 6 officials tout a positive — if gradual — trend in local test scores and marked improvement in key, → Read More

Eaton grad wins Responsible Alcohol Retailers of Weld County essay contest

Recent Eaton High School graduate Miguel Ojeda won the inaugural Responsible Alcohol Retailers of Weld County scholarship essay contest. Ojeda won a $500 scholarship from the coalition of on-premise → Read More