by Marty Metzger North Forty News Beef cattle roam the pastures of a seemingly typical ranch near Virginia Dale, Colorado. This outfit’s head wrangler, however, doesn’t answer to a cowboy name like “Tex” or “Montana.” […]
In cooperation with the Poudre School District, the Virginia Dale Community Club sponsored an essay contest for the Poudre School District fifth graders studying Western settlement. The theme of the essay was “A Day in […]
Restoration continues on the Virginia Dale Overland Stage Station, the only remaining Overland Stage Station still standing in its original location. In 2013, the building was stabilized and temporarily braced for future structural work. The […]
A new group dedicated to the Heritage of Colorado has formed in Northern Colorado. The mission of this group is to consolidate information on local historical groups and supporting businesses in one easy-to-access place. Any […]
Qualified individuals interested in filling the seat for Director District E on the Poudre School District Board of Education (recently vacated by the resignation of Nicholas Holian) are invited to submit a letter of interest […]
The Colorado Department of Transportation will open the Virginia Dale rest area today, approximately one week ahead of schedule. The rest area is located on US 287 at mile marker 383.5, two miles south of […]
The Laramie Foothills Mule Deer project public meeting scheduled for May 1 in Livermore has been cancelled due to the forecasted snow and freezing conditions. For information on the project, call Jill at 970-491-2343.
On March 4, the Colorado Department of Transportation will begin a reconstruction and widening project on U.S. 287 near Livermore. Work will take place between mile marker (MM) 366.59 and MM 367.15. As part of […]