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.
As of September 27, twelve horses in Colorado have been confirmed to be infected with the West Nile Virus, four in Larimer County. Other infections were found in Weld County, LaPlata County, Adams County, Mesa […]
Based on high levels of infected Culex mosquitoes trapped last week, the City of Fort Collins and the Larimer County Health Department hope to decrease the risk of human West Nile virus infection by spraying […]