Informed Readers Book Club: December Selection Explores the Effects of Screen Time

When did your child get his or her first tablet or smartphone? For a generation of parents, the age given in response has been younger and younger. As you look around, do you wonder whether the ever-present screen in front of us might be affecting our behavior and thought processes? You’re not alone in your … More Informed Readers Book Club: December Selection Explores the Effects of Screen Time

Voting is Meaningful

The Larimer League’s Voter Services Team works tirelessly to register eligible voters, provide voters non-partisan information on candidates and ballot issues, and encourage voting in every election. Voting is a right and a responsibility. Read the attached article to see what the privilege of voting for the first time means to some. In Virginia, Ex-Felons … More Voting is Meaningful

Managing Risks of Gas and Oil, Wells and Pipelines

On November 4 the Environmental Action Team hosted a talk to learn more about how cities manage risks associated with gas and oil wells and pipelines.  Jason Elkins, Civil engineer at the City of Longmont presented: Gas & Oil Wells and Pipelines: What one City is doing to identify, investigate and assess the risks. We invite … More Managing Risks of Gas and Oil, Wells and Pipelines

2017 Election Information

Although “off year” elections don’t usually get a ton of attention, this year’s election deserves your participation!  City and county-wide issues will be voted on as well as candidates for city council and mayor (Loveland), and school board directors (Poudre and Thompson School Districts).  Learn more about what you’ll see on your ballot using the … More 2017 Election Information