Alex Keenan is a writer and copy editor for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. She was born in Denver and has lived in Colorado all her life. Keenan studied English and literature at Colorado State University. She writes about a variety of topics and makes sure our blogs use proper grammar. She loves visiting Chautauqua Park, the Pearl Street Mall, Old Town Fort Collins, The Alley Cat Café, Social and The Wolverine Farm Publick House.
November’s Teacher Tuesday 2021 Winner is Lanie Conroy, Centennial Elementary
Nominated by the Sackrider family, Conroy is a beloved kindergarten teacher whose favorite part of the job is watching a child learn something new.
VOTE for Colorado’s November Teacher of the Month: Teacher Tuesday
It's time to vote for November's teacher of the month!
Denver Approves $500,000 Grant for Struggling Event Industry
The Denver Event Alliance Retention, Rehire and Hire Support Program , which amounts to $500,000 according to 9News, is available to Denver businesses.
Colorado Sees Rash of Worker Strikes Through 2021
We can all agree that the past year and a half has been more taxing than most in about every way it can be, a statement no truer than for Colorado’s blue-collar workers.
Colorado Task Force 1 Returns from Hurricane Ida
After a week of grueling search and rescue efforts, CO-TF1 is on its way home to the Centennial State.
Larimer County’s ICU Beds Reached Capacity on Thursday
Due to the spread of the delta variant of COVID-19, Larimer County’s hospitals ICU beds reached capacity on Thursday, with a few beds opening up the following day.
NoCo’s Best 2021: Breakfast
Now, after our esteemed judges have paid a visit to your favorite breakfast restaurants, ate some delicious dishes, and engaged in some heated debates, they have come to their decision.
Fort Collins Icon Uno Mas Taqueria Owner Passes
On July 9, 2021, one of Fort Collins’ favorite Mexican restaurants, Uno Mas Taqueria, released on their Facebook page the tragic news that their beloved owner had passed away.
Two-Year-Old in Stolen Vehicle Found Safe Saturday
Luckily, hardly two hours after the Amber Alert went out this weekend, the boy was found safe inside the stolen vehicle.
Explosives Found at the Site of Fort Collins Bomb Scare
On Friday (May 7), authorities revealed that the suspicious materials were, indeed, explosive.
People of the Past: Who Were the Native American Tribes of Colorado?
I want to take a quick jaunt back in time to the who came AFTER the Folsom and the Clovis.
CSU States Options to Not Abide By City Vote
At the start of April, Fort Collins largely voted to turn the space once filled by the historic Hughes Stadium into open space and parks with a 68.1% approval rating.