North Poudre Irrigation Co. has terminated its lease with Colorado Parks & Wildlife for Wellington Reservoir #4 and will close the reservoir Nov. 1. Work will then begin to bring the reservoir back to a condition that will allow the company to store the total adjudicated amount of water available for storage per decree. In the process, existing trees and fish will be removed from the site. Reconstruction will take between two and three years to complete. For further information contact Scott Hummer, North Poudre Irrigation general manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-568-3612.
The City of Fort Collins will host a public open house from 6-8 p.m. Dec. 2 at 215 N. Mason St., Community Room to gather input about social sustainability needs and how the city could […]
Experience the annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival 5K Run/Walk in the scenic rural countryside on Sept. 10 at Denver Rescue Mission’s Harvest Farm. Race-day registration and packet pickup is at 7 a.m. and the race […]
The Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP) is Colorado’s standards-based assessment designed to provide a picture of student performance to schools, districts, educators, parents and the community. See the web site for more information and results: […]