The Donald and Esther Harbison Experiential Learning Center will provide new educational opportunities for CSU students and the visitors drawn to the Mountain Campus.
A $1.2 million gift honoring the donor's parents will enhance facilities at CSU's Mountain Campus.
We've expanded our small business recovery fund to include even more local …
We've expanded our small business recovery fund to include even more local businesses who have been impacted by the pandemic. Applications are open from Sept. 30 to Oct. 7 and funds will not have to be repaid!
El fondo de recuperación para pequeños negocios ahora incluye a más negocios impactados por la pandemia y no necesita volver a pagarse. ¡Las solicitudes estarán disponibles del 30 de septiembre hasta el 7 de octubre!
Congratulations and thank you to retired firefighter Ray Gillan after 43 years …
🙌 Congratulations and thank you to retired firefighter Ray Gillan after 43 years of service. “He was one of those people that was just born to be a firefighter,” said fellow firefighter and president of the union at the flag ceremony. Firefighter Gillan was also a member of the union for his entire career. He was one of PFA’s first firefighters to become a certified EMT and was a strong supporter of the role of firefighters in emergency medical response at time when it was just emerging. “He never missed a chance to help anyone, on or off duty,” said another firefighter at the ceremony.
He was also a devoted safety educator. He operated the Safety House for years which was a moving trailer transformed to a miniature home meets interactive classroom. Thousands of second graders learned how to differentiate between a toy and hazard, what to do when the smoke alarm went off, and even practiced crawling across the floor and exiting a “bedroom” window.
His wife, four daughters, one son, and grandchildren attended his flag ceremony. After he received his flag, he presented each member of his family with a gift to honor the dedication and support they offered him through over four decades of long shifts and late-night calls. “I have said for a long time that I would retire from this job before I lost my positive attitude and joy in my work. I just didn’t know that it would take 42 years and that my body would give out before my heartfelt joy. I have lived and loved being a firefighter thanks to the men and women of PFA,” wrote Gillan.
This issue has been fixed. You can call 911 for emergencies again. You can also …
This issue has been fixed. You can call 911 for emergencies again. You can also always text to 911 in Larimer County if you’re in a situation where you’re unable to call.
⚠️911 is currently not functioning in our area. Please text to 911 or call 970-221-6545 if you need emergency assistance. We will update as soon as this issue is resolved.
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