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Greeley-Evans District 6 will offer free student lunches

All students in Greeley-Evans District 6 will qualify for free breakfast and lunch this school year. The District 6 Board of Education voted unanimously on Monday to fund meals through the entire 2022-2023 school year. Parents must complete an application regardless for students to qualify for the free meals, regardless of income level. The district has been providing meals at no cost for two years through federal funding. Funding for that program ended at the end of the 2021-2022 school year. The board voted to use up to $2 million in reserve money to pay for the program this school year. The remaining $10 million cost will be rebated to the district through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Community Eligibility Program. Under the federal COVID-19 free meal program, District 6 served over 3 million meals last school year, which is a 20% increase in students eating breakfast and a 40% increase in students eating lunch.
GREELEY, CO
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Semi-truck driver in deadly Interstate 25 crash could still face charges

The semi-truck driver accused of causing a deadly crash along Interstate 25 in Mead could still face charges depending on the outcome of the ongoing investigation. The Colorado State Patrol (CPS) says 52-year-old Darnell Yingling of Fort Collins was driving a semi towing a trackhoe when the arm of it collided with an overpass. "It does look like it hit that very first girder, kept going through and it looks like it took a little bit out of three different pieces of the underside as well as ripping up a bunch of rebar," said Jared Fiel, the Northeastern Regional Communications Manager...
MEAD, CO
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Mr. Yo's Donut opens Fort Collins location

A Windsor doughnut shop is on the rise with a recent expansion into Fort Collins. Mr. Yo's Donut — owned by Windsor couple Hyo and Susanna Jang — opened a new location at 1335 W. Elizabeth St. Monday, taking over the former home of a shuttered Jimmy John's sandwich shop. ...
FORT COLLINS, CO
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Pick Apples And Shop For Pumpkins At These 7 Orchards In Colorado

It’s nearly Autumn, which means that it’s nearly time for Pumpkin Spice to become everyone’s favorite adjective and descriptor. This month and next, we’ll likely start to see the openings of many orchards, farms, and vineyards, where you can buy seasonal produce, pick apples straight from the tree, and indulge in cider and cider desserts. We can hardly wait for fall and neither can these orchards, so here’s the guide to getting a kick start on Autumn at these 7 orchards and farms.
LONGMONT, CO

Police officer jailed for laughing when colleague broke woman with dementia’s arm in violent arrest

A former Colorado police officer has been sentenced to jail for laughing after a colleague broke the arm of a 73-year-old woman with dementia during a rough address. Daria Jalali was sentenced on Friday to 45 days in jail and three years of probation for failing to intervene in the arrest of Karen Garner in Loveland, about 50 miles north of Denver, the Associated Press reported. She will also be required to perform 250 hours of community service and will be banned from pursuing a law enforcement career in the future. Ms Garner, who suffers from dementia and...
LOVELAND, CO
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First Fall Scrimmage Adds Layer to Evaluation Process

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Just like every other day, Wednesday was about evaluation. Different than every other day in camp so far, this was a scrimmage. The pads were on. It was full speed and full contact. Colorado State football coach Jay Norvell wanted to test his players because eventually they will play games. At that time, he and his staff have to know what they have and who can be counted upon. Who lines up right and knows their assignments. Who will rise to the occasion.
FORT COLLINS, CO
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Fort Collins man pleads guilty to all charges in fatal DUI crash

A Fort Collins man pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving drunk and killing a Fort Collins woman in Loveland earlier this year. Alana Thomas, 34, died from her injuries at the hospital five days after the "violent" crash in the 7000 block of North Garfield Avenue in Loveland just before midnight Feb. 26, police said in a news release at the time. Another woman was hospitalized with critical injuries but survived.
FORT COLLINS, CO
Colorado State University

Help needed for Move-In Week

As Colorado State University prepares to welcome students during move-in week — Aug. 15-19 — Housing & Dining Services is seeking additional help from the University community to get them settled in before they begin classes. Support shifts are available throughout the week, with anticipation that Monday, Tuesday...
FORT COLLINS, CO
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Colorado State adds pair of Texas schools to future football schedules

The Colorado State Rams have added a pair of Texas schools to their future football schedules, the school announced on Tuesday. Colorado State will play a home-and-home football series with the Sam Houston Bearkats. The series will begin with Colorado State traveling to take on Sam Houston at Bowers Stadium in Huntsville, Texas, on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2027. The series will conclude the following season when the Rams host the Bearkats at Canvas Stadium in Fort Collins, Colo., on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2028.
FORT COLLINS, CO
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Record number of students apply for on-campus housing for Fall 2022

Housing is guaranteed for first-year students. Temporary accommodations are available until permanent spaces become available. As CSU experiences a surge in 2022-23 enrollment, University Housing is welcoming an anticipated record number of first-year students to campus. It is creating an unprecedented demand for rooms in the residence halls and University...
FORT COLLINS, CO

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United Way of Larimer County supports local literacy programs across our communities to help ensure that kids stay on track. Maddie (left) is an AmeriCorps tutor with Colorado Reading Corps, a UWLC funded program, at Lincoln Elementary School in Loveland. “Knowing they’re becoming even better readers outside of our time...
LARIMER COUNTY, CO
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