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Remember it’s NEVER too early to plan for your future at TCC! If a student is i…

Remember it’s NEVER too early to plan for your future at TCC!
 If a student is i... 1

2020-09-25 10:50:06

Remember it’s NEVER too early to plan for your future at TCC!
If a student is interested in attending Thompson Career Campus, applications
for Spring 2021 semester are still being accepted until December 10, 2020.

Our new 20-21 application will be available on the TCC website by October 1, 2020.
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Is votingon your to-do list this weekend? The 2020 GeneralElection is just ten d…

Is votingon your to-do list this weekend? The 2020 GeneralElection is just ten d... 2

2020-10-24 18:06:47

Is voting🗳on your to-do list this weekend? The 2020 General🇺🇸Election is just ten days away, so if you haven’t voted yet, don’t put it off! ✅Tons of voting information, as well as a series of informational videos of Angela Myers, Larimer County Clerk & Recorder, explaining the entire process, can be… More

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LFRA received a call for assistance from Estes Valley Fire at approximately 11:4…

LFRA received a call for assistance from Estes Valley Fire at approximately 11:4... 3

2020-10-24 19:45:55

LFRA received a call for assistance from Estes Valley Fire at approximately 11:45PM last night. The East Troublesome Fire started making a wind driven run toward Estes Park. Engine 52, Engine 433 and Battalion 42 responded along with Berthoud Engine 623 and a task force of engines from Greeley,…

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Dear Thompson Community: Yesterday, the Larimer County Department of Health and…

Dear Thompson Community:
 Yesterday, the Larimer County Department of Health and... 4

2020-10-24 12:23:56

Dear Thompson Community:

Yesterday, the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment released a new Emergency Public Health Order in response to the recent surge in COVID-19 infections in the community. As part of the order, personal indoor and outdoor gatherings are limited to no more than…

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