Greeley

6:11am

Fri December 16, 2011
Community

Connections: Advocacy & Assistance For The Community

Machelle Pacheco was left in constant pain after an auto accident. Pacheco had a difficult time receiving aid and was trying to receive SSDI. Connections has helped Pacheco by being a strong advocate
Ann Vargas Greeley Tribune

To walk into Connections for Independent Living’s downtown Greeley location is to be greeted with brightly colored walls, open communal spaces, inspirational posters, a friendly smile and an introduction to Flash, the excitable blue betta fish. A warm welcome is only the beginning; the staff members work tirelessly to help people with any type of disability to gain the self-confidence, legal aid and funds necessary to live independently.

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6:52am

Tue December 13, 2011
Community

Greeley Transitional House Helps Put Lives Back In Order

Sonia Gonzales and her daughter were homeless until they received a place to live from the Greeley Transitional House . Gonzales and her daughter stayed at the Transitional House for three months, then Connections helped Gonzales find her own place.
Ann Vargas The Tribune

Sonia Gonzales saw her life start to crumble last year. After getting laid off from a job she loved, she couldn’t afford to put a roof over her family’s head.

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5:29am

Thu November 3, 2011
Business

Improvements Planned for Downtown Greeley

The Greeley Downtown Development Authority is planning a series of improvements to the downtown area, based upon the results of a study conducted earlier this year.  KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Northern Colorado Business Report publisher Jeff Nuttall about the changes that could be coming to downtown Greeley.

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6:28am

Fri October 28, 2011
Local Info

Broken Branch Disposal Information

Crews cut down broken limbs from trees at the KUNC studios in Greeley on Oct. 27th. Wed's storm brought wet heavy snow that damaged trees along the front range.
Jim Hill KUNC

The mid-week snow storm that blew into Colorado left a lot of damage in its wake. Many neighborhoods reported felled limbs & broken branches from the wet heavy snow. Here's the latest municipal information on limb pickup & drop-offs.

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11:52am

Tue July 26, 2011
Elections

Lack of Candidates May Cancel Election

Creative Commons

A lack of challengers for four open seats on the Greeley City Council – including the office of Mayor – may force the city of Greeley to cancel its municipal elections this fall.

It’s believed that would be a first for Greeley. But after 21 years of working in elections City Clerk Betsy Holder says it’s still a bit premature.

“We’ve got until August 22 – almost a full month for folks to throw their hat into the ring and indicate an interest if they’d like to run for office,” says Holder.

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