As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to impact our lives in Northern Colorado, stay up to date on the latest information here with our NoCo Virus Tracker.
Dillon Ice Castles Increase Capacity for Season’s Final Week
The Ice Castles close on Saturday, March 6.
Red Rocks’ Variance Requests 2,500 Person Capacity for 2021 Season
Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre is requesting a variance from the state to be able to hold events at 2,500 people, well under its 9,500-person capacity.
Colorado’s Girl Scout Cookie Season Extended 2 Weeks
See? 2021 isn't so bad after all.
Next Group of People Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine in Colorado March 5
Phase 1B.3 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout starts March 5, which includes grocery store workers, people over the age of 60 and more.
Colorado Flu Cases, Deaths See Dramatic Drop Amidst Pandemic
COVID-19 precautions have helped reduce cases of the flu.
Colorado Rockies Approved To Host Fans At Coors Field in 2021
Rockies fans will be able to head to Coors Field for a game soon and regardless of how you feel about baseball, this is wonderful news.
Fort Collins, Loveland Schools Will Be In-Person Full-Time
Students of all grade levels will be back full-time at Fort Collins and Loveland schools on March 22.
Breckenridge Employing Security to Enforce Mask Rules
The town of Breckenridge is planning to employ security guards next month to help enforce mask mandates.
Thompson Schools Returning to In-Person for Secondary Students
The data points that the Thompson School District, along with Larimer County have been looking at, point to 5-day weeks for middle and high school students.
CSU Discovers Eating Habit Shift, Increase in Supporting Local
We're buying local, and buying online.