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100 Years Ago: Greeley residents threaten boycott over downtown traffic issues

Several traffic tickets were given out by Greeley police Sunday afternoon, when many cars accelerated over the 20-mph speed limit in Greeley. → Read More

100 Years Ago: Greeley High football coach takes same job at Montana State

100 Years Ago, for the third week of July 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: → Read More

Gnarly Trombone: I blame the Fourth

It’s the Fourth of July’s fault. Yes, I’ve blamed the Fourth for many years now, and I won’t get over it. It’s the Fourth’s fault that I have to wear hearing aids now. The reason I have tinnitus (r… → Read More

100 Years Ago: Vandals disrupt child’s grave looking for gold – Greeley Tribune

100 Years Ago, for the third week of June 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: → Read More

100 Years Ago: Man fined $5 after improper garbage disposal results in chicken burning its feet

100 Years Ago: It’s been very hot this week in Greeley, with temperature in the 100s. One resident told the newspaper their thermometer reached 107. → Read More

100 Years Ago: Ault families quarantined for scarlet fever

100 Years Ago, for the second week of June 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: → Read More

(Opinion) Gnarly Trombone: Problems caused by the sun

This week (the past couple of days, anyway) has been difficult without the sun. We grew up in the sun’s rays, after all. Good memories. Going fishing with my dad on a warm summer day with the sun l… → Read More

100 Years Ago: New state armory planned for 8th Avenue

100 Years Ago, for the third week of May 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: → Read More

100 Years Ago: Price of gas rises 3 cents, to 29 cents per gallon

100 Years Ago: The largest moonshine plant in Weld County history was seized this week by federal agents. Two Denver men were arrested. Confiscated were 5,000 gallons of sugar mash, two large still… → Read More

(Opinion) Gnarly Trombone: More adventures in driving

Sometimes, it’s hard to find something to write about for this column. Something to make fun of. But then, we can always count on Greeley traffic problems. Some drivers always do something dumb and… → Read More

100 Years Ago: Oil found near Stoneham

100 Years Ago, for the first week of May 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: → Read More

100 Years Ago: Moonshine, still found in cave on property of state legislator

100 Years Ago, for the second week of April 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: On the ranch of State Legislator John Hicks, a cave was found and inside were several k… → Read More

(Opinion) Gnarly Trombone: Bikers and stops

Oh yeah, this is going to work. If you want to get rid of bicyclers. You see, what our state is considering, now, is to allow bicyclists to run stop signs and stop only briefly at red lights. This … → Read More

100 Years Ago: Donations requested as new Greeley hospital nears completion

G.L. Gabler of Ault accompanied his cattle when they were shipped by rail to California. He will visit with relatives in Los Angeles. → Read More

100 Years Ago: Weld sheriff opposes proposed law prohibiting light wines and beer

100 Years Ago, for the fourth week of March 1922,rom the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper. The Greeley City Council passed a resolution that will reduce the pay of city employe… → Read More

100 Years Ago: Teens taking to robbery to fund craps habits

100 Years Ago, for the third week of March 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: The Eaton Soup Kitchen, operated by the Weld County Government, feeds free meals to chil… → Read More

100 Years Ago: Weld County Surveyor claims GOP members pushing him to become a Democrat

100 Years Ago, for the third week of February 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper: L.L. Stimson, the usually genial Weld County Surveyor, is very angry at his political… → Read More

Windsor-Severance Food Pantry offers helping hand for RE-4 residents

It’s a place where people in need of food and support can go and get help — a special place for those who need some help to feed their families or themselves. There is no charge for the food. It’s … → Read More

100 Years Ago: Denver, Scotts Bluff men arrested for racing on 8th Avenue

100 Years Ago, for the second week of February 1922, from the pages of the Greeley Tribune-Republican newspaper. » There is a wireless radio concert tonight at Greeley High School. The school’s rad… → Read More

(Opinion) Gnarly Trombone: How we can get to the top

No. Not gonna write about this darn snow. Snow is like Washington D.C. politicians. The more you talk about them, the more they show up. So, today we’re talking about little ol’ Greeley placing 10t… → Read More