Cynthia Sullivan with the town of Wellington reports that while no dates for completion have been set, work is moving forward on the Interstate 25 underpass that will connect the east and west sides of the highway and create a safe passage for Rice Elementary School students. One of the three tubes that currently run under the highway has been cleaned out by a Wellington crew and they are currently working to clean out a second tube. A third has been cleaned out by the Colorado Department of Transportation.
Even if it becomes necessary to install it by the dark of night, a 20-foot tall, 3-D metal and glass sculpture created by Poudre Canyon artist Jackie Sindelar will remain hidden until its official unveiling […]
The Lory State Park Mountain Bike Challenge kicks off its four-week run on Aug. 7 with races for youngsters and adults around the park. The races, co-sponsored by the non-profit Ciclismo Youth Foundation, are the […]
Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association has been selected for a $50,000 grant from the US Department of Agriculture to help farmers, ranchers and rural small businesses make energy-efficiency improvements to their operations. PVREA hopes to […]