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To this day, Kelly McKenna is still not sure why his Loveland next-door neighbors asked him to be Santa for a Christmas party. He wasn’t portly or even especially chunky: He had to put a pillow in his pants and another on his belly to look the part. He was bald. He...
Winter activities such as snowmobiling and fat tire biking prove that powder isn’t just for skiing
Christmas light companies find winter work hanging lights for Colorado residents
The pervasive nature of social media has districts worried about students’ mental health
Despite ever-increasing demands on popular trails, officials work hard to avoid conflicts
Loveland sophomore’s annual bake sale for cancer research means more after mother’s diagnosis
Although it seems hard to believe now, Scott Simmons was not the first climate activist in his family. That title belongs to his daughter, Alexa. She was passionate about climate change, the environment and taking care of the Earth. Simmons, 66, of Windsor, thinks of...
Tony Thompson didn’t know a lot about arena football, but he did know one thing: He hated it. He had a good career at South Dakota State University as a defensive end and didn’t make it in the NFL. He didn’t consider arena football as his next step. He found it...