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It’s November, which means it’s officially Shop Small Season! This year, we’re …

It's November, which means it's officially Shop Small Season!  This year, we're ... 1

2020-11-01 11:54:13

It’s November, which means it’s officially Shop Small Season! πŸ›οΈπŸŽ‰ This year, we’re encouraging our Fort Collins community to Shop Early, Local & Safe to: ⌚ avoid lines & crowds
πŸ›οΈ invest in our community
😷 stay healthy Small businesses are part of what makes our community charming and unique – and they’re counting on our support right now. Learn more about how you can support Fort Collins businesses at ForFortCollins.com.

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We’re partnering with NoCo Nosh (Nosh Northern Colorado), a local restaurant del…

We're partnering with NoCo Nosh (Nosh Northern Colorado), a local restaurant del... 2

2020-12-02 12:40:20

We’re partnering with NoCo Nosh (Nosh Northern Colorado), a local restaurant delivery service, to help our local restaurants and promote investing in our community. Through the partnership, NoCo Nosh is offering lower commission rates to keep the costs down for our local restaurants. The City will also be covering the processing fee and the first $0.50 of the delivery fee charged to Fort Collins residents placing orders now through Dec. 30. Help support our local restaurants: Use NoCo Nosh for your next takeout or delivery order. And don’t forget to sign our Shop Local Pledge to get a $25 NoCo Nosh gift card – only a few gift cards remain! πŸ₯‘: NoCoNosh.com
πŸ’°: ForFortCollins.com
ℹ️: fcgov.com/news/?id=7919

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COVID-19 Newsletter Archive || Emergency Preparedness and Security

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2020-12-01 12:33:57

Looking for updates on COVID-19 and how that relates to City services and programs and our Fort Collins community? Sign up for the City’s COVID-19 newsletter, published on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. πŸ‘‡πŸ½

COVID-19 Newsletter Archive || Emergency Preparedness and Security

Archive of newsletters sent to the COVID-19 updates list.

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*Suspicious death ruled a homicide, suspect arrested* On November 21, 2020 at a…

*Suspicious death ruled a homicide, suspect arrested*
 On November 21, 2020 at a... 4

2020-12-01 11:46:07

*Suspicious death ruled a homicide, suspect arrested*

On November 21, 2020 at approximately 10:38 am, Fort Collins Police received a call of a deceased person outside in the 800 block of North College Avenue. Fort Collins Police officers responded and located an obviously deceased adult male. Due to evidence located at the scene, detectives began investigating the case as a suspicious death.

A forensic autopsy was conducted by the Larimer County Coroner’s office. The deceased man was identified by the Coroner as Adam Clouser, 30, of Fort Collins. It was determined that the cause of death was multiple stab wounds, and the manner of death was ruled a homicide.

Through the investigation, the suspect was identified as Brian Townsend, 35, recently of Fort Collins. Detectives determined that the two men got into an argument on the afternoon of November 19, at which time Townsend fatally wounded Clouser, then left the area. A passerby discovered Clouser two days later. Townsend was arrested on November 30 and booked into the Larimer County Jail on the charge of First Degree Murder (class 1 felony). Police have reason to believe that the men knew each other.

"Our detectives worked nonstop to gather evidence and locate the suspect in this case," said FCPS Chief Jeff Swoboda. "While nothing can reverse the devastating impact of violent crimes like this, we remain committed to seeking justice and finding answers for families."

Anyone with information about this incident, who has not already spoken to police, is asked to contact Detective Julia Chenoweth at (970) 416-2645. People who wish to remain anonymous may contact Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868.

All charges are simply an accusation by law enforcement officers, and any arrested party must be presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

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