Al Dyer, born August 30, 1938 – died January 20. With a heart as big as a mountain he is hero to a very large family.
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Zachary Justin Shafer, 25, of Ault, went to be with Jesus on Thursday, Dec. 31, 2020, as the result of a motor vehicle accident.
Colorado State University leaders have announced plans for screening students, faculty and staff for COVID-19 as the spring semester gets under way.
Since the start of the program a year ago, CSUPD has made more than 12 felony arrests directly connected to bike thefts on Main Campus.
Scammers are contacting individuals on campus with COVID-19 ploys, such as offering tests, vaccines or other products.
Winter weather may soon be here, and we wanted to provide you with information about how CSU makes campus closure decisions.
Alisha Zellner’s national initiative that brings awareness to injustices in the criminal justice system includes a local community bike ride that she plans to hold every July.
Harris, who was hired by CSU in 2008 and named CSUPD chief in 2013, said he found a home in campus policing.
Oval Drive and all sidewalks around and inside the Oval will close Sept. 8 at 5 p.m. and remain closed until snow accumulation on the historic elm tress can be assessed and addressed.