Gannett said it is “playing offense” again after years of cuts and contraction. Its touchdown strategy is a sophisticated paywall system that the news giant says will both bolster local news reporting and deliver an extra $100 million in profits. Gannett’s $100 million gambit is based on slapping subscription requirements on every one of its 80 community news websites, including Coloradoan.com.
To help flood-ravaged communities restore damaged or destroyed parks, trails and open spaces, Great Outdoors Colorado will provide up to $5 million in emergency grant funds, the GOCO board has announced. Communities in the 11 […]
The Saturday after Thanksgiving was officially declared Small Business Saturday this year. Readers of the North Forty News know that every day is the right time to shop at businesses close to home. We’ve provided […]
The application process is under way to select Poudre River Public Library District trustees for the seven-member volunteer board of trustees that governs the district. Fort Collins and Larimer County officials are seeking applications from […]