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Adviser: Windsor should take proactive approach to retail

May 7, 2018 — Katy Press, a retail consultant of KP & Associates, told the Windsor Town Board Monday night the traditional definition of retail is shifting and the town needs to get ahead of the changes. Grocery stores and other retail stores are having to change the way

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Windsor paces Weld County with six state tennis qualifiers

May 7, 2018 — Windsor led Weld County with qualifiers in six events at the Class 4A girls tennis state tournament scheduled for Thursday and Friday. Taylor Pankewicz (No. 1 singles) will face Lauren Manwiller of Mullen. Pankewicz is 9-0 in league duals on the season and has only

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Windsor recieves No. 1 seed in Class 4A soccer state tournament

May 7, 2018 — Windsor got the No. 1 seed and will face off against No. 32 Conifer in the first round of the Class 4A soccer state championships at 5 p.m. May 5 in Windsor. The Wizards spent the majority of the season as the No. 1-ranked team

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Windsor man writes book about mother’s life, with her help, before she succumbs to Alzheimer’s

May 7, 2018 — When Maxine Premer turned 77, her son, Gary, presented her with a guide on how to write an autobiography for Christmas. The real gift, he told her, was writing her story together. His mother was reserved, even shy, and Gary of Windsor knew she didn't

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Open house set for new 55+ community

May 7, 2018 — 55 Resort Apartments at Water Valley will host an open house from 4-7 p.m. Thursday at Grillhouse at Pelican Lakes Golf Course's Fireside Room in Windsor. The event will include beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres with a sneak preview of the complex under construction at

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Weld County oil and gas spill report for May 7

May 6, 2018 — The following spills were reported to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in the past two weeks. Information is based on Form 19, which operators must fill out detailing the leakage/spill events. Any spill release that may impact waters of the state must be

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Stan Cass’ legacy palpable as second-to-last Honor Flight Northern Colorado leaves from Loveland Sunday morning

May 6, 2018 — LOVELAND — Gasps rippled through the hotel ballroom Sunday morning when Lee Seward, longtime vice president of Honor Flight Northern Colorado, announced the group would make its final trip to Washington, D.C. in September. That meant Sunday's honor flight — which departed amid much fanfare

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Grandview Elementary students enjoy the sunshine during annual field day event

May 4, 2018 — The entire student body of Grandview Elementary School ran around the field behind the school Friday morning, peals of laughter echoing off the building. Students, when asked if they were having fun, paused only for a moment to shout "Yeah!" before running off to the

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Windsor Recycling Center temporarily closed after illicit dumping

May 3, 2018 — The Windsor Recycling Center has been temporarily closed for clean-up after illicit dumping at the site. Staff is currently working to clean the hazardous materials, construction waste, household items and other items dumped at the site over the past weekend, according to the town of

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Before and after: New Dutch Bros. now open in Windsor

May 3, 2018 — The new Dutch Bros. parking lot was full for much of the day Thursday, as the new coffee shop opened for the first time. The building has been under construction since January, said franchise owner Nate Frary, so it felt good to be open. "It's

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Dishin’ Dimes: From Gardens to Gridirons, bring the beef, and flying fish

May 1, 2018 — Is Eaton officially Gridiron City? For years, the town that embraces the moniker "The Garden of Eaton" has sprouted numerous professional athletes. Actually, a town welcome sign indicates the full version of that town moniker: The Garden of Eaton: Beef, Beets, and Beans. Up until

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Windsor groomer celebrates 25 years in business

May 1, 2018 — When Tricia Pope graduated high school, she knew she wanted to do something with animals. She thought maybe she'd study zoology at Colorado State University, but then she walked into a grooming shop in Evans and asked if they need a bather. She was hooked.

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Windsor Wizards roundup for May 1

May 1, 2018 — BASEBALL Windsor 10, Longmont 0: In Windsor, Alex Fietek threw five innings of no-hit baseball to lead the Wizards to a shutout of Longmont. Windsor (11-1 4A Tri-Valley Conference, 16-1 overall) got big contributions at the plate from Zach Watts (double, 3 RBI), Keegan Vialpando

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Co-workers, friends remember longtime Weld County clerk and recorder, who died last week

May 1, 2018 — During her time as Weld County clerk and recorder, Mary Ann Feuerstein had an office near the entrance of the department of motor vehicles building. In the mornings, remembered Don Warden, the county's finance and administration director, Feuerstein arrived and unlocked one door into the

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Weld County Commissioners to host third pinning ceremony in honor of Vietnam veterans

April 30, 2018 — The Board of Weld County Commissioners is set to honor veterans of the Vietnam War with a pinning ceremony June 2, marking the third year the board has been part of a national effort to commemorate the war's 50th anniversary. The Vietnam Welcome Home and

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Weld County oil and gas spill report for April 30

April 29, 2018 — The following spills were reported to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in the past two weeks. Information is based on Form 19, which operators must fill out detailing the leakage/spill events. Any spill release that may impact waters of the state must be

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Windsor Tree Board to hold sick tree day, coffee events

April 29, 2018 — The Windsor Tree Board will host old and new events this summer to raise awareness about proper tree care and the importance of trees in Windsor. The board's new event this year, according to Rebekah Wilson, a member of the board, will be Coffee with

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Windsor-Severance teachers protest before school Friday

April 27, 2018 — Windsor teachers passed out hugs and high fives to their students as they headed to class Friday morning. But they hoped their parents were the ones paying attention to the dozens of teachers standing outside their schools. Even though they couldn't all go to the

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Windsor Middle School student taken to hospital after being struck by car

April 27, 2018 — A Windsor Middle School student was hit by a car Friday morning just outside the school. About 7:35 a.m. Friday, a parent of another student at the middle school struck a female student as she was crossing N. 8th Street by the middle school, Windsor

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Rep. Ken Buck co-sponsors bill to remove federal funds for law enforcement in sanctuary cities

April 27, 2018 — Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., became a co-sponsor for a bill targeting "sanctuary cities." According to a news release from Buck's office, the No Enforcement, No Grant for Sanctuary Cities Act aims to withhold State Criminal Alien Assistance Program funds from cities preventing cooperation between local

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