Poudre School District logged some respectable gains in Colorado Student Assessment Program performance in 2011 testing. Third-graders throughout the district improved nicely in reading, going from 81 percent proficient in 2010 to 84 percent in […]
I was disappointed to read in last month’s NFN that “Sixty volunteers washed 106 dogs” & only raised $1,200. That averages only $11 per dog washed. For a “good cause,” that’s bad! Surely it should […]
Ruminants can digest high carbohydrate foods, i.e. corn, but under some fairly common conditions a meal of corn will kill them. I suggest a web search for “grain overload,” the common term, or “carbohydrate engorgement,” […]
Celebrate National Public Lands Day Sept. 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the U.S. Forest Service work center in Red Feather Lakes off Dowdy Lake Road. The Canyon Lakes Ranger District is sponsoring […]
Event Cancelled. St. James Orthodox Christian Church in Fort Collins has cancelled an educational event called “A Feast of Sacred Arts — The Ancient Church Alive Today” scheduled for Sept. 24.
The Livermore Elementary School PTO will hold its annual pie auction on Oct. 7 at the Livermore Community Center. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m., and the auction gets underway at 6:30 p.m. Besides pies, people […]
Bellvue invites all its neighbors to celebrate the community’s 124th birthday on Saturday, Aug. 27. Bellvue SunDaze is will be from noon to 7 p.m. It will feature local music, food, a cake walks, silent […]