As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to impact our lives in Northern Colorado, stay up to date on information here with our NoCo Virus Tracker.
Loveland Extends 4th Street Dining Out on Saturdays Through Sept.
The last 'Saturday Night Dine-Out' on 4th Street in Downtown Loveland was supposed to be September 12, 2020. They've received the 'O.K.' to continue having fun.
Loveland Area Schools Returning to Classrooms On Sept. 28
Students in the Thompson School District will be back in school earlier than planned, with the key factor being that COVI-19 tests are coming back much sooner.
Stock Show No-Go: National Western Stock Show Postponed to 2022
The National Western Stock Show is postponed until January 2022.
JBS Receives $15,615 Federal Fine for Its Handling of COVID-19
JBS has seen 7 deaths and almost 300 cases since the start of the pandemic.
City of Fort Collins Launches $1.5 Million Small Business Fund
This assistance will not have to be repaid.
Governor Polis Extending Statewide Mask Order Another 30 Days
This is the second extension of the Governor's mask order, initially put into place on July 16, 2020. The latest was set to expire on September 12.
Black Friday is Not Happening at Home Depot This Year
The Home Depot is taking a different approach to Black Friday for 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
So Far, Colorado Schools Reopen Without Spike in COVID-19 Cases
Colorado schools are reporting the good news: that despite reopening in August, there have been no signs of a spike in overall COVID-19 cases.
How PSD Will Decide On Reopening Schools After Oct. 16
The Poudre School District opened the school year completely remote, but left the door open for a hybrid or full in-person return later in the year.
Platte Valley Students, Staff in Quarantine After Positive Case
Platte Valley learned of the case on September 5.