Larimer County

5:29am

Thu October 18, 2012

1:32pm

Tue October 16, 2012
Parks & Rec

Going To Larimer County Parks? Be Sure To Bring A Credit Card

The steps leading up to Horsetooth rock...
Cassandra Turner Flickr - Creative Commons

If you plan on heading to a Larimer County Park next week, you’re going to need your credit card. The reason? Automated pay stations will soon replace the cash and envelope system at all county parks.

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1:26am

Thu October 11, 2012
It's All Politics

Presidential Candidates Set Their Sights On Colorado's Latinos

Originally published on Thu October 11, 2012 2:47 am

Betty Aragon (center), an Obama supporter, says she thinks Latinos support Democrats because of the party's position on immigration issues.
Becky Lettenberger NPR

For our series First and Main, Morning Edition is traveling to contested counties in swing states to find out what is shaping voters' decisions this election season. The latest trip took us to Larimer County, Colo.

The presidential race has become much tighter in recent days, and in Colorado, a recent poll puts Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the lead.

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3:02pm

Wed October 3, 2012
Community

Northern Colorado Crime Lab One Step Closer to Reality

Grace Hood KUNC

Northern Colorado officials broke ground today on a $4 million regional crime lab that will examine forensic evidence for the region. The aim is to expedite the time it takes to process samples—and create efficiencies.

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1:33am

Tue October 2, 2012
It's All Politics

Colorado's Undecided Voters Are A Hot Election Commodity

Originally published on Tue October 2, 2012 11:08 am

A rare thunderstorm produced hail, torrential rain and a double rainbow in downtown Fort Collins, Colo., last month.
Becky Lettenberger NPR

Throughout the series First and Main this election season, Morning Edition is traveling to contested counties in swing states to find out what is shaping voters' decisions.

The series started in Florida and the hotly contested county that includes Tampa, then continued to a county in Wisconsin that voted twice for George W. Bush and then swung to Barack Obama.

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