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Kelsy Schlotthauer


Greeley, CO, United States

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Past articles by Kelsy:

How to recycle in Weld County

For as well-meaning as most recycling junkies can be, the extra effort to make the world a better place can be confusing to those less-practiced. Don Frei, owner of Northern Colorado Disposal, said the key to recycling well is education. The Environmental Protection Agency has collected data on the country's generation and disposal of waste… → Read More

Which school zone is the worst? How Greeley, Evans and Windsor schools stack up

Schools zones at Union Colony, Centennial and Monfort elementary schools topped the list of zones in Greeley and Evans that saw the most speeding citations for 2018, according to an analysis of police data The Tribune conducted. Out of about 30 school zones reviewed, police dished out the most citations outside Union Colony Elementary School,… → Read More

Severance Police Department hosts first swearing-in ceremony

The Severance Police Department welcomed a chief, sergeant and five officers in its first swearing in ceremony Wednesday night in a packed town hall. Chief Misty Siderfin launched the department in August 2018, and the department hired its third patrol officer Wednesday, bringing its total of employees to seven. → Read More

One injured in Windsor semi crash, Colo. 257 closed near Cache la Poudre River

One person was injured Tuesday when a semitrailer overturned in Windsor. Windsor Severance Fire Rescue spokesman Todd Vess said one person was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening after the 7 a.m. crash, and Colo. 257 was closed as of about 8:10 a.m. between Eastman Park Drive and Crossroads Boulevard while… → Read More

Need a doctor today? Where to find urgent care in Greeley and northern Colorado

As more Americans are opting to visit urgent care centers instead of doctors' offices or emergency rooms for timely, proportionate care, it can be important to recognize where your options lie. Even more important is recognizing which option is right for you. Emergency room visits generally should be reserved for any severe or life-threatening conditions,… → Read More

One injured in semi-rollover along Colo. 392

One person was injured Thursday afternoon in a semitrailer rollover east of Windsor. Colorado State Patrol trooper Gary Cutler said the crash was reported about 1:50 p.m. and involved a semi that rolled into a field near Colo. 392 and Weld County Road 23 and caught fire. Cutler said there were possibly two other cars… → Read More

Northern Colorado wakes up to blanket of snow, hazardous weather outlook

Northeast and north central Colorado residents awoke to a blanket of snow and a hazardous weather outlook Thursday morning. A band of snow moved across the region between 7-10 a.m., bringing between 1-3 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. The service encouraged commuters to allow extra time for their morning routes, and… → Read More

No charges filed against Evans teacher who taped student to chair

The Weld County District Attorney's Office declined to file charges against an Evans middle school teacher who taped a student to a chair, but it is unclear what her future holds. Krista Henery, a spokeswoman for the office, said the office received the case for review about two weeks after the Oct. 16 incident. Henery… → Read More

LaSalle police chief offers statement on officer-involved shooting

The LaSalle Town Board meeting agenda for Tuesday night listed mostly usual departmental reports and hiring updates, but one item stood out among the others: → Read More

3 hospitalized after crash east of Mead, Colorado State Patrol investigating

Three people were hospitalized Monday after a two-car crash east of Mead. Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis said the crash happened about 10:40 a.m. at Weld County Roads 17 and 34, but he does not yet know the mechanism of the crash. A 32-year-old Aurora male was taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center in… → Read More

Hudson marshal: Man fled scene of train crash

Hudson marshals cited a man Wednesday after he fled the scene where a train crashed into his car. Sgt. Josh Ferguson said the crash occurred about 4:30 a.m. at the only railroad crossing in the town, along Interstate 76 Frontage Road at Colo. 52, or Main St., after the man tried to weave through the… → Read More

Woman charged in Saturday crash along U.S. 34; injured driver remains hospitalized

Greeley police charged a woman Wednesday in a Saturday crash that severely injured another woman. Ofc. Rebecca Ries, a spokeswoman for the department, said Jordan Persichitte was charged Wednesday morning with careless driving resulting in injury. The charge is a Class 1 misdemeanor traffic offense in Colorado punishable by ten days to 12 months in jail,… → Read More

Man arrested in Sunday car chase ending with shot fired

Greeley police arrested a man Sunday after a disturbance-turned car chase ended with at least one shot fired. Police Sgt. Jim Roybal said Sunday that Angel Casas-Martinez and two other people were involved in a disturbance that began at a home in north Greeley just before 4 a.m. and quickly transitioned onto the road. Roybal… → Read More

Greeley, Windsor residents injured in rollover crash along U.S. 85

Two men were seriously injured in a Monday rollover crash along U.S. 85. Colorado State Patrol trooper Josh Lewis said about 3:45 p.m., a 36-year-old Greeley man was driving a Cat truck south along U.S. 85 near Weld County Road 84 outside Ault when his front left tire's tread separated. The truck veered left into… → Read More

Man deceives teller at Windsor bank, walks away with undisclosed amount

Windsor police are working to identify a man who used → Read More

Man breaks into, spends 6 hours ransacking hospital clinic overnight

Greeley police arrested a man Saturday morning after security staff found him running through the hospital without pants, only to find he spent six hours prior ransacking a clinic. Police arrived just before 6 a.m. at North Colorado Medical Center, where Arthur Joshua Andrade was admitted in the emergency department, according to an affidavit. Security… → Read More

Charges pending in fiery Saturday crash along U.S. 34, injured driver stable

Greeley police say charges are pending in a fiery Saturday crash that left one woman severely injured. The two cars involved erupted into flames after the crash about 5 p.m. along U.S. 34 at Weld County Road 17, but first responders said both drivers were out of their cars when they arrived. Witnesses reported seeing… → Read More

Greeley police investigating after car chase ends with shot fired

Greeley police are investigating after a disturbance-turned car chase ended with at least one shot fired early Sunday morning. Police Sgt. Jim Roybal said police detained Angel Martinez, 20, in connection with the events. They were still interviewing him and determining charges late Sunday morning, he said. Roybal said Martinez and two other people were… → Read More

Gilcrest pastor accused of unlawful sexual conduct identified as man killed by train in Platteville

The Weld County Coroner on Sunday identified the man killed in a Platteville pedestrian vs. train collision on Friday as a Gilcrest pastor arrested about a week earlier on suspicion of unlawful sexual contact. Paul Stephen Wakefield, 62, was on foot when a southbound train struck him about noon Friday on the tracks along U.S. 85… → Read More

Greeley to host open houses on changes to transportation map

In an effort to keep ahead of future growth, the City of Greeley is updating its transportation map. City officials use the map to guide the development of the city’s 2035 Comprehensive Transportation Plan, according to a news release, and are inviting residents to learn about the changes to the map. The public to is… → Read More