An Old Landmark Finds a New Owner

Marty Metzger North Forty News For nearly half a century, a humble, low-slung Fort Collins building resembling a mid-century ranch house has been an area go-to famous for fishing supplies. When Betty Minch first opened […]

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Celebrate The Mega-Stylish Victorians With Tea

Marty Metzger mmetzger@northfortynews.com Those Victorians sure knew how to party! While we might think of that late-1800s era as stuffy, straitlaced and stiff, folks back then fancied themselves as technologically astute and fun-loving. See for […]

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Doing the Bunny Hop to success

Marty Metzger mmetzger@northfortnews.com Poudre High School senior Lexie Miller is undeniably a professional multitasker, likely because the 18-year-old was raised with a staunch work ethic. Miller’s parents, Bryant and Tatty Miller, operate a Red Angus […]

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The Poop On One Fort Collins Landmark

Marty Metzger mmetzger@northfortynews.com Anyone perusing Old Town, and whose neck isn’t irreversibly locked into texting position, can look up at a very unique door at the back of the Miller Block. The building was erected […]

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Fire safety and mitigation

Marty Metzger mmetzger@northfortynews.com Rachael Gonzales, Communications Specialist for the Wellington Fire Protection District, is well aware of Northern Colorado’s high risk for wildfires. She adamantly stressed the need to stay informed and to devise/focus on […]