Larimer County


Mon January 6, 2014
Whooping Cough

69 More Whooping Cough Cases Reported In Colorado In Two Weeks

December saw the highest number of pertussis cases reported in 2013.
Credit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Tue December 24, 2013
Colorado Flood

Glen Haven Stays ‘Hillbilly Tough’ Amid Slow Recovery

After losing its town hall, the new focal point of this tight-knit community is the fire station.
Grace Hood KUNC

More than 100 days have passed since floodwaters rampaged across Colorado. There has been some rebuilding. In remote communities like Glen Haven, residents are weighing fierce independence with severe destruction — and a dire need for help.

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Fri December 13, 2013
Colorado Flood

Larimer County Faces Millions in Private Road Repairs

County Manager Linda Hoffman addresses the crowd during a press conference.
Grace Hood KUNC

Larimer County officials have repaired 45 bridges and reopened 30 miles of temporary roadway following September’s flooding. But there’s a growing concern about fixing some private roads damaged by floodwaters.

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Tue November 5, 2013

Too Late To Mail It; Here’s Where To Drop Off Your Ballot

Chris Kelly Creative Commons/Flickr

It’s Election Day in Colorado. This marks the first election with the state’s new voting rules and the first in which all voters received a mail ballot.

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Sun October 6, 2013

WIC Funding Only Through October

A grocery store sign notifies shoppers about acceptance of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) voucher in August 1983.
National Archives and Records Administration