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The land where Greeley now lays was where, 1821, Stephen H. Long made his expedition. He said that "the region would never be fit for human habitation and should remain forever the unmolested haunt of the native hunter, bison and jackal." Nathan C. Meeker, who opposed Long, moved to the area and founded a colony in 1868. Horace Greeley agreed with Meeker, writing the famous phrase "Go West, young man, go West." The colony that Meeker founded is now the city of Greeley, Colorado.
Local Newspapers: Greeley Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Colorado Avalanche (NHL) Colorado Rapids (MLS) Colorado Rockies (MLB) Denver Broncos (NFL) and Denver Nuggets (NBA) University of Northern Colorado Bears
Local Colleges: University of Northern Colorado
Zip Codes associated with greeley, colorado:
80538 80631 80634
Towns/Cities near greeley, colorado : Garden City Evans La Salle Kersey Milliken Eaton Windsor
Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra Performs The Magic of Music: A Family Concert
Alyson Agemy Featuring special guest conductor Ahmed Stipanovic Ahmed Stipanovic Greeley, CO, March 12, 2018 - The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, a professional symphony orchestra, performing in Greeley, CO since 1911, is pleased to announce The Magic of Music: A Family Concert on Friday, March 23 rd at 6 pm at the Union Colony Civic ... (more)Daily Record: Loveland police calls for March 13-14, 2018
Local Hive, a company in Greeley, Colo., that was started as a family-run business in 1924, specializes in raw, unfiltered honey from across the United States. You will find subtle differences in color and taste.Police standoff in Greeley ends after man tries to set house on fire
Anthony Griego, 45, was barricaded inside a home in the area of 27th Street and 7th Avenue in Garden City. A police standoff at a house in Greeley ended Saturday night after a man attempted to start a fire.Erie woman sustains life-threatening injuries in head-on collision
A 27-year-old Erie woman has life-threatening injuries after a head-on collision Saturday afternoon west of Greeley. According to Colorado State Patrol Trooper Gary Cutler, Greeley police and Colorado State Patrol responded about 1:47 p.m. Saturday to a head-on collision near Weld County roads 25 and 54. The 27-year-old Erie woman was driving her white Jeep east on Weld 54 west of Weld 25 as a 40-year-old woman from Ault drove her gray Chevy west on Weld 54. The Erie woman crossed over the double yellow line, colliding head-on with the Chevy, Cutler said.Woody's Newsstand, Greeley's only seller of new books, to close after 81 years in business
Store manager Kimberly Bode smiles as she stands among books at Woody's Newsstand, 942 9th Ave. in Greeley. After 81 years Woody's will be closing.CSU Student Arrested at Anti-Fracking Protest in Greeley
A 23-year-old anti-fracking activist and student at Colorado State University was arrested today on two charges of tampering with oil and gas equipment and second-degree criminal trespassing after protesting at a drilling site near Bella Romero Academy, a middle school in Greeley. Cullen Lobe was still sitting in the Weld County North Jail Complex on a $2,000 bond as of 2:45 p.m. Thursday and had not been released on bond, according to the sheriff's department.Horrific Case in Weld County Sends Man to Prison for Life
The Weld County District Attorney's office said it was a horrific case – one of the worst they'd seen. On March 8, 2018, 34-year-old Joseph Covington was sentenced to 72 years to life for sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl in 2016.College geography club maps out first responder routes for developing countries
The club held a "humanitarian mapathon" mapped out roads and buildings so first responders could easier help the wounded in case of a disaster GREELEY, Colo. - In the hours after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated Kathmandu, Nepal, in April 2015, killing nearly 9,000 people, hundreds from around the world began a vital task: mapping out the infrastructure of the damaged areas so first responders could help the wounded or trapped.The Poudre: Picture a healthy, working river
Gary Rahamgraham@northfortynews.comColorado photographer John Fielder takes photographs of nature for a living.Evans men steal almost $20,000 worth of batteries from Greeley-area oil and gas sites
James Carpenter and Josh Perry, who were arrested on suspicion of felony theft charges, are next scheduled to appear in court 8:30 a.m. March 15. Charges against Benjamin Bingham are due by 3:30 p.m. today. A trio of Evans men could face theft charges after police say they stole almost $20,000 worth of batteries from oil and gas sites east of Greeley.Greeley-based honey company rebrands to emphasize location where honey is made
Rebecca Valdez works on the assembly line at Rice's Honey last week at the Rice's Honey facility, 3331 W 29th St. in Greeley. The Greeley-based company, 3331 29th St., has been headquartered in city limits since 1924, and the honey bottles that have long sported a photo of founder L.R. Rice with an emphasis on the words "Raw and Unfiltered" are being re-branded.NoCO Manufacturing Partnership Announces Annual Regional Advisory Meeting
Christine Juker Loveland, Colorado - Northern Colorado Manufacturing Partnership has announced its 3 rd Annual Regional Advisory Manufacturing Meeting March 9, 2018, which is co-sponsored with Employment Services of Weld County and Front Range Community College .Daily Record: Loveland police calls for March 1-2, 2018
Larimer County's Most Wanted: Raymond Allen Swett, aka Ray Schwartz, on a Larimer County Sheriff's Department felony warrant for failure to appear - controlled substance.How Nurse Tom Moore Got Away With Groping Patients for a Decade
In 2016, as we've reported, at least eleven women accused nurse Tom Moore of improperly touching them while he was supposed to be providing medical care. Now he's been given a twelve-year sentence for unlawful sexual contact in the 17th Judicial District, to run concurrently with a dozen-year jolt previously doled out in Weld County.Military Notes: Vallejo airman finishes training
U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Halle J. Washington graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. Washington is the daughter of Diane D. Washington, sister of Riane A. Washington and niece of Darlene Henley, all of Vallejo.Kent Smith Certified as a Larimer County Business Consultant for the Estes Park EDC
Local businessman Kent Smith with Smith Sign Studios joins Jon Nicholas and Adam Shake as a Certified Business Consultant for the Estes Park EDC through the Larimer Small Business Development Center . Kent was eager to fill another needed business consultant role here in Estes Park and has just completed his certification as a Generalist Consultant.Sweet, soulful music visits Buena Vista this weekend
When music is played well, and the musicians feel their energy being returned by an audience, they will rise to higher levels of the art. In the rarified air of a performance being pulled forward by this power, the souls of the listeners can fly out of this world into another.Creative district hopefuls gain insights from Greeley leader
Trae Miller, Karen Ramey-Torres and Beck Safarik share ideas and strategies on how to form a creative district in Sterling. A Sterling group looking to form a creative district met with Becky Safarik, Greeley Creative District President, Tuesday evening to gain insight and encouragement as they seek to duplicate their "sister city's" success.Taste of Weld County Returns to Island Grove Park in Greeley
The event to benefit will be held in the Island Grove Exhibition Hall. The Taste will benefit programs including CareHouse, Parenting Education & Support, and SafeTouch.
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