Kama is an afternoon host on Retro 102.5. She was born in Phoenix but has lived in Colorado since 1982. The mother of three is one of the longest tenured employees at Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. Kama loves the Poudre and Spring Creek Trails. She likes to travel on the back roads east of I-25, hike Devil's Backbone and boat at Horsetooth Reservoir. Kama’s favorite restaurants are La Luz and Los Tarascos. She enjoys Intersect Brewing for the Gose and the patio. You can listen to Afternoons with Kama from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays on Retro 102.5
72 Year-Old Died at Eldora after Skier and Snowboarder Collide
Tragic and sad all around.
Kitty Cat in Colorado Gets the Plague, Antibiotics to the Rescue
Humans can contract it. Antibiotics can usually fix it.
Loveland Trashes Boulder as the State Leader in Recycling
This is the 5th year in a row they have won.
Thanksgiving Travel at DIA a Dirty Mess as Janitors Strike, Again
They have reached an agreement.
Amazon is Brown Bagging it in Colorado for Mother Earth
That's not a PB&J, that's your new phone case.
Line Up Childcare, Tday Break Extended for Poudre Schools
Surprise! Your kids have no school 11/22-11/23.
Kama’s Holiday Host Tip: Plan Ahead for Extra Septic System Use
Laughter, the smell of turkey roasting, seeing friends and family who we have dearly missed ´— that's where holiday gatherings should be focused, not an overflowing septic system. Can you imagine? It happens, though. Extra guests mean extra work for your septic, and the last thing you want is an unpleasant emergency because you didn’t take care of your preventative maintenance. I made sure our ..
Fleetwood Mac Duplication to Rock Fort Collins
They are the number one Tribute to Fleetwood Mac.
Barn With a Twist, New CSU Family Equine Hospital
The equine part of the vet hospital gets its own space.
Penelope and Pierre, Party Donkeys for Hire in NoCo
They wear hats. They carry drinks.
Is Colorado a Safe State? Maybe, Sorta, Kinda According to This
Wyoming, Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico ranked safer.
That’s a Pronghorn, Not an Antelope, Get it Right Colorado
The closest living relative to the Pronghorn is the giraffe.