Greeley

4:36pm

Wed September 26, 2012

11:52am

Tue September 11, 2012
Business

Greeley's (Go) Cup Runneth Over

downtown Greeley
Jeffrey Beall Creative Commons

Earlier this year, the city of Greeley adopted an ordinance allowing alcohol to be consumed outdoors, within the specific boundaries of an entertainment district in downtown Greeley.

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4:00am

Thu September 6, 2012
Wildfire Science

Greeley Water And The Conundrum Of The Contaminated Poudre

The normally pristine Poudre River near the Milton Seaman Reservoir is now black with soot and ash.
USDA-Creative Commons

It’s been ten years since the Hayman fire, and Denver water officials are still dealing with the fire’s impact to its water supply. In Northern Colorado, water managers are just beginning to assess the damage to their complex system of reservoirs and holding ponds following this summer’s wildfires. 

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5:00am

Wed August 8, 2012
Education

New Health Science Academy Opens Doors in Greeley

takomabibelot Creative Commons/Flickr

A new healthcare education program based at Greeley Central High School is set to open its doors for the start of the new school year.

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5:00am

Tue August 7, 2012
Arts & Culture

Living History: High Plains Chautauqua

Tillie Newman portrays Mother Jones Friday evening
High Plains Chautauqua

The High Plains Chautauqua is a unique blend of history, theater, and the humanities. It’s part of a long-running tradition that President Theodore Roosevelt once called ‘the most American thing in America.’

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