Weather Conditions Affect Local Fires

Weather Conditions Affect Local Fires

It has been no secret regarding the fires in Northern Colorado the last few months as firefighters have banded together to take on and contain as many as possible. While many have been contained, there are still a number of wildfires still currently active. Weather conditions tomorrow may only make it worse and could potentially […]

Current Active Colorado Fires

Current Active Colorado Fires

  While Houston, Florida and other southeastern parts of the country has been facing the repercussions of hurricanes, Colorado is in a dry spell, causing multiple fires to occur. Fort Collins and other parts of northern Colorado has been facing the smoke from other fires that have hit the midwest and northwest states such as […]

FoCo Tour de Fat Guide 2017

FoCo Tour de Fat Guide 2017

  Get ready, Fort Collins. The annual Tour de Fat returns to Fort Collins tomorrow morning. Roads are surely to be jam-packed with cyclists in crazy, fun and hysterical costumes. Roads will begin to be closed down at 6:00 AM on Saturday to prepare for the parade route. So, where and when does the Tour […]

How Natural Disasters Affect Gas Prices

How Natural Disasters Affect Gas Prices

  Higher prices at the pump often lead the public to assume a retailer is price gouging.   The retail fuel marketplace is the most competitive commodity market in the nation. There are an estimated 150,000 retail fueling facilities in the United States. Of these operations, less than 1% are owned and operated by the […]

Labor Day Weekend 2017: Where to go

Labor Day Weekend 2017: Where to go

  Where has the Summer gone? It seems like just yesterday we were enjoying the longest day of the year but we are now nearing the end of August. School is back in session, vacations are few and far between and it’s only time before we enter cold temperatures. Before we completely transition into the […]

SOC Grand Prix 2017: What to Know

SOC Grand Prix 2017: What to Know

  We’re only 3 short days away from our annual SOC Grand Prix! We can feel the excitement oozing through our triking veins! The SOC Grand Prix began 5 years ago when brother Kyle and Eric Schrader thought of the idea as a way to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Schrader Oil. What a way […]

NewWestFest 2017

NewWestFest 2017

  We are less than 2 weeks away from this year’s NewWestFest! This year’s three day music festival begins Friday August 11 at 5 PM and ends Sunday August 13 at 7 PM. This year is expected to be another great year with numerous bands playing live at multiple stages over the 3 days. Headliners […]

CSU & CU Football Ticket Sales Boost

CSU & CU Football Ticket Sales Boost

Colorado ditched a national trend of declining college football bowl subdivision game attendance last fall, and with less than 40 days left until the 2017 season begins, the University of Colorado and Colorado State are riding waves of increased season-ticket sales. As of Friday afternoon, CU totaled 19,353 season tickets sold (a rise of 1,342 […]

West Nile Virus in Fort Collins

West Nile Virus in Fort Collins

  For the first time this year, the West Nile virus has been detected in Fort Collins. Mosquitoes infected with the virus have been found in southeast in northeast Fort Collins, which was announced Tuesday by city officials. There still hasn’t been any logged cases of humans with the virus this season. The detection of […]

Local Brewery Hosts Farewell Party

Local Brewery Hosts Farewell Party

  If you haven’t heard yet, we are losing ourselves another local brewery. After 14 years in business, the Fort Collins Brewery will be saying goodbye this Saturday. They will be hosting their farewell party on July 8th ¬†from 11 am to 9 pm at their location 1020 E. Location Ave. According to Tina Peters, […]