Emily Mashak is the content coordinator for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. You’ll hear her voice commercials, news updates, on our public affairs show Tuned in NOCO, X-Posed music updates on 94.3 The X and her own Saturday show on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Minnesota, but has lived in Colorado since 2008. Mashak writes on a variety of topics from local crime to weekly recaps of The Bachelor. Some of her favorite local places include Odell Brewing, Road 34 and Rocky Mountain National Park. Tuned in to NoCo airs every weekend on each station. You can listen to Saturday’s with Emily from 3-7 p.m. every week on 99.9 The Point.
Body Found on Link Lane in Northeast Fort Collins
Police found the man after receiving a report about an injured person.
Loveland Public Library is Honoring Black History Month with Feature Films
The films are free to anyone with a library card.
Greeley Implements Treatment Program to Prevent Invasive Beetles
The emerald ash borer will inevitably arrive in Greeley.
Loveland Museum to Feature Exhibit Celebrating the 19th Amendment
The exhibit celebrates the 100th anniversary of women being able to vote.
When Will I-25 Construction End in Northern Colorado?
Is there any hope?
Look Back at Kobe Bryant’s Heartwarming Connection to CSU
When CSU athlete Emmanuel Omogbo lost his family, Kobe Bryant showed his support.
Greeley PD Expanding Use of License Plate Readers Despite Privacy Concerns
One license plate scan can reveal a myriad of personal information about the vehicle owner.
Former CSU Track Star Trying Out for Olympics…But Not for Track
Leah Fair, 24, was one of the fastest sprinters at CSU.
Fort Collins Cookie Shop to Open This Week, Offering Free Cookies
Stop by Crumbl Cookies on January 31 for a free chocolate cookie.
UPDATE: Bodies Found in Rocky Mountain National Park Identified
Rangers discovered them after responding to reports of a suicidal subject.
10 Colorado Memes to Brighten Up Your Monday
Yes, there are weed jokes.
Fort Collins Leaders Want to Include More Diversity on City Boards
They want more diversity in age, race, and wealth.