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Past articles by Madisyn:

Bethany Locke, Greeley native, excited to celebrate her fifth birthday at college

Bethany Locke, Greeley native, is celebrating her fifth birthday on Feb. 29, 2020. (courtesy of Bethany Locke) Bethany Locke, a junior at Oklahoma Christian University, is celebrating her fifth birthday away at college.   Bethany, like 187,000 other kids in the United States, was born February 29, making her a “Leap Day baby.” While Bethany… → Read More

County Boards and Commissions seek residents to fill openings

Residents are encouraged to participate in county government services by volunteering on a board or commission. There are currently openings on the Building Trades Advisory Committee, Juvenile Community Review Board, Planning Commission, Weld County Building... → Read More

Dutch Bros spreads the ‘Dutch Luv’ with Valentine’s Day sales donations

Dutch Bros has nearby locations in Greeley, Windsor and Loveland. (Wikimedia Commons) This Valentine’s Day Dutch Bros Coffee, the largest independent drive-thru coffee company in the country, will be donating $1 from every drink sold to local nonprofits across several different states, according to a news release. The coffee company is specifically raising awareness and… → Read More

Arby’s to host Guest Appreciation Day

Arby's restaurant in CenterPlace. (File photo) Select Arby’s locations, owned and operated by Flynn Restaurant Group in the Denver area will be hosting Guest Appreciation Day on Thursday, Feb. 13. In celebration of their guests, those who visit the select locations will be able to purchase one of “the best selling sandwiches, the gyro,” for… → Read More

Aims Community College teaming up with Tax Help Colorado to offer free tax preparation

Anyone who made less than $56,000 last year can take advantage of free tax preparation and e-filing through the Tax Help Colorado program, taking place at Aims Community College campuses in Greeley, Fort Lupton and Loveland. The Greeley campus will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays until April 11 in the Westview… → Read More

Wing Shack preparing 13 tons of wings for Super Bowl weekend

With Super Bowl weekend quickly approaching, Wing Shack is preparing 13 tons of its fresh wings for football fans and family. → Read More

Listings now being accepted for the 2020 Farm Fresh Directory

The Colorado Department of Agriculture is now accepting listings for the 2020 Farm Fresh Directory. The deadline to submit information is Feb. 28. → Read More

Annual Breakfast of Champions set for Saturday

Friends of Baseball to host 33rd annual Breakfast of Champions. The annual Breakfast of Champions is set for this Saturday, Feb. 1. → Read More

Greeley AARP Tax-Aide to provide free tax service to the community

IRS W-4 form. (AP Photo/Barbara Woike/Greeley Tribune File Photo) Greeley AARP Tax-Aide will be helping people in the community by providing free tax services—specifically to those older than 60 with a low to medium income. The service is not limited to those taxpayers specifically, however. Taxpayers seeking service do not need to be AARP members… → Read More

2020 Free History Brown Bag Series set to kick off

The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission is kicking off the free 2020 History Brown Bag Series on Jan. 23 at the Greeley History Museum. → Read More

Over 100k in emergency food, shelter assistance distributed to local agencies

The United Way of Weld County announced Tuesday a large donation to area agencies that provide food and/or shelter to those in need. $106,386 in federal government Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) funds will... → Read More

Live Life Outside in 2020 by participating in a First Day Hike

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is encouraging people to live outside in 2020 by participating in America’s State Parks First Day Hikes. On January 1 there will be more than 30 outdoor events across the state... → Read More

New Year’s DUI enforcement begins across Colorado on Friday

From Dec. 27 thru Jan. 1, the Colorado Department of Transportation, Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement agencies will be increasing statewide DUI enforcement with intent to remove impaired drivers from Colorado roads, according to a news release. “The Heat is On” campaign runs throughout the year with enforcement periods centered around holidays and… → Read More

8+ location ideas for homecoming, prom and senior pictures near Greeley and Windsor

School is back in session, which means there are plenty of occasions calling for photos — between senior pictures, homecoming and prom this year. We polled our Greeley Tribune Facebook and Instagram followers and asked local photographers for their best bets on where to take photos in the area. Here are some picturesque places in… → Read More

Life isn’t stopping at age 100 for Greeley resident Margaret Brown

Since her twin sons were diagnosed with mild cognitive impairments in the 1950s, Margaret Brown has stopped at nothing to advocate for the disabled. → Read More

Need a job? HIRE Job and Resource Fair this week

the Greeley Tribune’s upcoming HIRE Job and Resource Fair this Wednesday, Sept. 3 in the ballroom at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 919 7th St. → Read More

Ulrich farm south of Greeley recognized as 2019 Centennial Farm

The Ulrich family farm was recognized by the State of Colorado Historical Society as a recipient of the 2019 Centennial Farm. → Read More

Weld County Humane Society at capacity once again, hosting adoption special

The Weld County Humane Society is currently at capacity, with animals still pouring in at an alarming rate, according to shelter staff. → Read More

Tournament of Hope raises $120,000 to benefit Muscular Dystrophy

HighPoint Resources, a Denver-based oil and gas company, hosted its 10th annual golf Tournament of Hope benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association in early August, raising over $120,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The Aug. 2... → Read More

As plans for future In-N-Out Burgers creep north, Greeley dreams of its own location

In-N-Out’s upcoming Colorado debut is leaving Greeley residents in wonder — will there someday be an In-N-Out location in Greeley? → Read More