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Colorado’s Massive First Buc-ee’s Announces Grand Opening Date
You can hear the cheers from all the way from Johnstown, Colorado, as after waiting what feels like forever, we finally have an official grand opening date and time for the state's very first Buc-ee's location. Buc-ee's Johnstown, Colorado Location Announces Grand Opening Date. Back in the summer of 2022,...
DA faces recall effort: Wasn’t willing to charge man in fatal bus crash
Patricia Telleen isn't willing to forgive District Attorney Gordon McLaughlin for not charging the man who killed her 37-year-old son.
Longmont police report: Feb. 26, 2024
The Longmont Leader receives a police report from Longmont Public Safety daily. The police notes are published in full with occasional modifications to exact addresses, individual names and spelling. Please note that the category that the crime is labeled as is limited by police software based on the information the dispatcher receives when the call is made. Longmont Public Safety may edit the category as more information is learned about each case.
Man who survived explosion loses $14M award, because of Colorado law
A man who was critically injured while working at a fracking site in northern Colorado, Steve Straughen, won $30 million in federal court this month, but his attorney says he'll only receive about half of that, because of state laws that put caps on jury awards. He is one of many others who have lost jury awards in Colorado, says Coloradans for Accountability, a group that's pushing for a measure on the ballot this November to eliminate caps on how much money people can be awarded in court cases.Some attorneys argue that removing the caps will ensure that people who have...
The Nation’s Worst Pizza Chain Has 7 Colorado Locations
Are you a picky eater when it comes to pizza? I only have two conditions. It still has to be hot and not have any toppings that I don't care for. Otherwise, I usually like pizza from just about anywhere. This is not the case for the peeps at 247WallSt.com....
Your Rent in Colorado Could Rise $500 A Month in 2024, Here’s Why
A major concern amongst Coloradans for years has been the cost of living. The cost of renting and owning a home has grown exponentially every year. Are housing costs going to decline in Colorado? Not anytime soon. I am a renter and the renewal of my lease is quickly approaching....
CSU police investigating case of indecent exposure at Campus Arboretum
Police at Colorado State University are searching for a man who allegedly exposed himself around the school's Campus Arboretum.
Loveland Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Loveland reported a total of 78 crime incidents. The crimes were distributed across various categories, with 'Arrest', 'Other', and 'Theft' making up the majority, each accounting for 19 incidents. This was followed by 'Trespass' with 13 cases, 'Assault' with 6, and 'Vandalism' being the least reported, with only 2 incidents. The high number of arrests indicates effective law enforcement in the place, while the substantial number of 'Other' crimes, many of which were identified as 'Harassment' and 'Restraining Order Violation', highlights a concerning trend that needs to be addressed. The significant number of thefts suggests that citizens need to be more cautious about their belongings and property. The relatively lower number of assault and vandalism cases provides some relief amidst the concerning crime statistics.
Loveland City Council votes to move forward with Centerra South project
The Loveland City Council recently voted to restore planning and financial agreements with Centerra South project developer McWhinney Real Estate Services, Inc. The council voted 7-2 to reverse course on previous action that rejected approval of the project. The 140-acre site is in the early stages of development. Plans call...
Savor the Flavor of Loveland: A Guide to the City's Top 5 Pubs
Welcome to this article where we explore five exceptional pubs in Loveland. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Colorado Layoffs Continue: 200 More People Sadly Lose Health-Care Jobs
A company that prides itself of "life changing innovation" is set to change the lives of over 200 Coloradans, with layoffs that begin soon. A worldwide health company, Carestream, will be dropping it's Colorado location, and over 200 personnel working there will be looking for new employment. The location has been a part of the imaging industry for many decades.
Historic Windsor landmark being sold: What we know about Windsor Mill's history, future
The historic Windsor Mill, owned for nearly a decade by Blue Ocean Enterprises — the real estate arm of Otter Products founders Curt and Nancy Richardson — is being sold to a newly formed limited liability company, Nothin Fncy LLC, which lists an Evans address. Windsor's town board...
Longmont Police seek theft suspect
The Longmont Police Departement are looking for James Margulis Sr, who is wanted for theft along the Front Range. Margulis is 56 year old. He is described as being 6 ft tall and 175 pounds. He has green eyes and brown hair. Margulis has arrest warrants in Longmont that include...
Eaton's Pizza Paradise: Three Pizzas You Simply Can't Miss
This article presents an exploration of three distinct pizzas available in Eaton. Have you had the chance to sample any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
Longmont developer accused of obscuring assets in construction case
Parkes at Stonebride Townhome Owners Association Inc. filed a lawsuit on Feb. 2024 with the Boulder County District Count. The lawsuit accuses Florida-based Dream Finders Home Inc. of creating a “vast web of legal entities under the name ‘Dream Finders Homes’ to develop real estate, construct, and sell homes.”
Body found near Windsor Lake
A man was found dead near Windsor Lake on Friday afternoon, police announced Saturday afternoon. The Windsor Police Department said in a news release that they received a report at 4:07 p.m. Friday about a deceased male in a canal near the 32000 block of Colorado Highway 257/Seventh Street. That is near the north side of the lake. ...
Boyd Lake Commerce Center Welcomes First Tenant
Boyd Lake Commerce Center (BLCC), Building One, a brand new 100,017-square-foot Class A industrial and distribution building constructed on a speculative basis in Loveland has signed its first tenant, LaForce, LLC. Established in 1954, LaForce is a leading distributor of commercial door-opening products, services, and security solutions in the United States. LaForce agreed to a long-term lease totaling 33,700 square feet or approximately one-third of Building One.
ID Scans Now Required in Northern Colorado High School Restrooms
When most of us were in high school we either waited in-between class or asked for a hall pass when we wanted to use the restroom. It was an incredibly simple process. Sure, some students did not abide by school rules and did questionable things. For the most part, going to the bathroom as a student wasn't something my school was not concerned about.
30 Restaurants That Fort Collins Loved and Misses the Most
There have been many restaurants to come and go in Fort Collins, from steakhouses to a place that served baked potatoes; these are the ones that pull on the heartstrings the most. One thing that has brought people together for thousands of years is enjoying food. Gathering around a table,...
Police Activity in Longmont on Sunday: Vehicle Pursuit, Burglaries, and Auto Thefts
In Longmont on Sunday, a series of incidents kept law enforcement busy, ranging from vehicle pursuits to property crimes. Despite the challenges, the Longmont Police Department remained vigilant, responding promptly to each report and working diligently to ensure public safety.