Things are still dry along the Front Range and even though the summer is just about over the city of Greeley is asking people to voluntarily stop watering their lawns beginning Oct. 1.
Heavy rains in the High Park Fire burn area have sent ash, mud and debris into the Poudre River. That is raising concerns about the water quality of the river that feeds the water supply.
One Front Range community has taken measures to protect their water supply after the High Park Fire.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is doling out nearly $30 million in outdoor recreation funds for open space, outdoor recreation and trail projects centered around river corridors.
While hundreds of people remain evacuated from the High Park Fire, one man is recording the fire’s path of destruction and posting updates on Facebook.
There is concern that the Hewlett Fire may have contaminated the drinking water in Fort Collins.
Canoe? Check. Paddle? Check. Life preserver? Check. Epic whitewater conditions? Maybe next year.
The man who was killed when his SUV plunged into the Poudre River Tuesday has been identified.
A vehicle crashed into the Poudre River Tuesday morning, killing one person and injuring another.
Rescuers were unable to save a man whose car plunged into the Poudre River near Fort Collins.
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