New in Colorado Skiing 2017-2018

New in Colorado Skiing 2017-2018

  Skiing season for all Colorado mountains and resorts is almost among us. While a few have already opened, there are still a few that remain to open their doors for the new skiing/snowboarding season. A popular and growing sport, more and more resorts are trying to create more additions to accomodate their customers. There […]

Stores and Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving

Stores and Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving

  Only three days away, the ultimate Turkey Day feast is almost upon us. It is a day filled with fun, family, friends, football and, ultimately, food that is likely to send us into that 4:00 in the afternoon nap. If you’re anything like the majority of families on Thanksgiving, something is bound to go […]

Thanksgiving/Black Friday Guide

Thanksgiving/Black Friday Guide

  It’s about that time of year! No matter where or when you shop, Thursday will kick the sprint toward the holidays off! Some of you may go shopping before even serving the turkey on Thanksgiving or very early Friday morning. Others may want to head into Old Town the following Saturday for the Small […]

Denver Hyperloop Testing

Denver Hyperloop Testing

  Due to a new partnership between Colorado officials and an LA hyperloop company, drivers in Colorado could be the first in the country to escape traffic. Brogan BamBrogan, founder of company Arrivo, joined transportation official leaders of Colorado on Tuesday. It was announced in Denver that a partnership was formed in order to create […]

Veteran’s Day 2017

Veteran’s Day 2017

  Veterans Day is only two days away now. As such, we have put together a list of activities and discounts going on over the next few days in honor of our U.S. veterans.   Friday, November 10, 2017 Veterans Day Mass There will be a Veterans Day Mass tomorrow morning, beginning at 9:30 am, […]

Holiday Driving Safety Tips

Holiday Driving Safety Tips

  With Thanksgiving and the holiday season just around the corner, roughly 91% of Americans, according to the Department of Transportation, will be loading up the car to get to their destinations—with kids, in-law gifts and sweet potato casseroles in tow. And while we all wait for self-driving cars to ease the traffic and navigate snowy […]

Rocket Powered Car Debuts Test Run

Rocket Powered Car Debuts Test Run

This past Thursday, a jet powered car that was designed to travel more than 1,000 mph made it’s first debut for a test run at Newquay airport ins Cornwall of the UK. The British vehicle, a hybrid between a car and plane, was designed to defeat the current land record of 763 mph set in […]

CSU Homecoming Weekend

CSU Homecoming Weekend

  It’s that time of year again when the community comes together to celebrate CSU’s past, present and future. CSU students, their families, alumni, and community members come together to watch the CSU Rams Homecoming game, watch the homecoming parade and partake in a number of different activities over the upcoming weekend. It’s an annual […]

The Fate of Hughes Stadium

The Fate of Hughes Stadium

  In a meeting on Thursday, the CSU System Board of Governors approved demolition and deconstruction of the former CSU staidum, Hughes Stadium, which resides in west Fort Collins off of Overland Trail. With the stadium being completely demolished, it will make it easier for any developer to decide to move forward with plans for […]

Halloween In Northern Colorado 2017

Halloween In Northern Colorado 2017

  It’s that time of year again. The time when we’re able to wear sweatshirts again and leaves change into beautiful colors before falling to the ground. The fan Fall favorite, though? Halloween of course! If you’re anything like majority of people we know, you are preparing everything early and are trying to make the […]