NoCo Morning News
Good morning Northern Colorado! Weld County is on high-alert, as the weather conditions of dry and windy can make for wildfire danger. A group called Indivisible NoCo is looking to have Cory Gardner for town hall discussions, without his attendance this week. Greeley Mayor Tom Norton calls in for his bi-weekly update on the city council. For their open meeting tonight, they will be discussing land use, modifying water restrictions, and vacancies on boards and commissions.
Good Morning Northern Colorado! We hope you had a relaxing weekend. Today on Noco Morning News, we discuss how Colorado Springs is re-opening thousands of cases for misfiling and discrepancies in data. A pot dispensary is opening up a Marijuana Drive-thru, the first of it’s kind. A Loveland Convention is happening, and their intent is to make new street names for the town. Which presidents should be added to the list?
Good Friday morning Northern Colorado! The ACLU is giving Fort Collins a tough time on their city ordinance that may be weaponized to target homeless people in that area. John Taylor of Hydro Resources drops by to talk about they work they do all over the country helping people with water wells, variable frequency drives, and aquifer storage. Daniel Mothershed, brings in Kimberly Destri and Rob Walker to talk about radio dramas they wrote for “House of Shadows,” a vintage radio performance happening at the Atlas Theater tonight and tomorrow night. We visit paradise for Beer of the Week by Westlake Wine and Spirits, as Chad and Clark Johnson discuss ‘Longboard Island Lager’ by Kona Brewing in Hawaii. Gil Moon makes a studio appearance to preview Senior Circle and Golden Years Theater, which is playing local favorite Johnny Dollar from 1955.