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FoCo No-No: 5 Fort Collins Faux Pas to Avoid

Thanks to the marijuana industry, Colorado is known for being...chill. In fact, Fort Collins is reportedly the eighth most-relaxed city in the U.S. However, that doesn't mean that Fort Collins residents are all-forgiving. If you've spent any time in a local Facebook group, you know what makes the Choice City tick.
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Red Truck Beer Company Proposes Beer Garden Expansion In FoCo

Fort Collins' Red Truck Beer Company could be back on the brewery scene sooner than we think - and could also be expanding in a fashion that all patrons are sure to enjoy. After more than a year following its abrupt closing to the public, Red Truck Beer Company is seemingly gearing up for a big return, as the brewery has reportedly proposed a new beer garden project.
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Are you ready to usher in a 'Wyoming Summer' and plan to spend the summer enjoying the great state of Wyoming? Are you planning a vacation? How about a 'State-cation'?. We all know that summertime brings tons of people on their family vacation to the state and I've heard the word "Touron" used quite often. Being new to the state I feel the term "Touron" is equal to Jeff Foxworthy's "You might be a redneck" or Bill Engvall's "Here's your sign" comedy bits. As a resident of Wyoming, how do you have a Wyoming summer without becoming a "resident Touron"? We've come up with some great ideas for you and your group of family and friends.
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My Favorite View Of Fort Collins On A Hike That’s Not Horsetooth

With all due respect to Horsetooth (and as much as I love that hike), I also like to explore some different trails, and that's where Arthur's Rock come into play. Literally the FIRST thing I did when I moved here almost 10 months ago (crazy) was go hike Horsetooth. I unloaded the U-Haul, returned the truck and drove straight to the trailhead. It was everything I had hoped for and I've done it several times already.
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Cheyenne, Laramie, Rawlins Break Temperature Records Thursday

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St. Louis Gun-Waving Couple Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanors

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