Scruggs is the assistant brand manager and afternoon host on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Garland, Texas. Scruggs moved here to attend Colorado State University in 2010 and stayed because she loves it so gosh darn much. She writes about a variety of topics, regularly tracking the most expensive homes in the area and the hottest new beers. Scruggs is a regular on skates at Rollerland and dining out at Surfside 7. She also loves going to Funkwerks and Horsetooth. You can hear Afternoons with Scruggs from 3-7 p.m. on weekdays on 99.9 The Point.
Would You Pay To Hike the Manitou Incline?
The City of Manitou Springs is thinking about adding a paid reservation system for their incline hikers. Would you pay it?
Chipper’s Lanes on Horsetooth to Reopen May 27
Bowling is back!
Here’s the Full Red Rocks Lineup, Including Postponed Shows
There are still some shows on the books for 2020.
If You’re a Recent Grad, Get a Free Drink From McDonald’s May 27
Local Colorado McDonald's want to honor graduates that didn't get a formal ceremony like others in years past.
The City of Fort Collins Cancels Fourth of July Festivities
Were you hoping you'd be able to celebrate the fourth of July with a FoCo bash this year? Think again.
CDC Releases Recommendations For Reopening Schools
It seems like when it comes to reopening schools, people have the same reaction as they did to being told to wear masks: either strongly in favor, or ready to protest.
NoCo Business Spotlight: Kindergrins Dental On Protecting Teeth in Quarantine
We interviewed Dr. Katie Harmon from Kindergrins Dental about how the Loveland dental office is adapting and how people can keep good dental health during the COVID-19 pandemic:
NoCo Nosh Celebrates One-Year Anniversary With 10% Off All Orders
NoCo Nosh wants you to celebrate today.
Wildfire Season in Colorado: Be Concerned For Your Health
Here's why you need to take it easy during wildfire season in Colorado.
Will The Holiday Twin Have To Close Again? Hopefully Not
The owners of the Holiday Twin woke up to some surprising news: some drive-ins in Colorado are open against the state's orders.
Grow Vegetables and Give Back With the Help of Colorado State University
Since the pandemic hit, local food banks and community members have suffered.