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Interim Presbyterian Pastor Looking
To Run For City Council
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Grower Hopes to Replace McKean on
Loveland City Council
see story
John Ryan Keil
R2-J Celebrates 'Noam Chomsky' Day
Parents and local official furious
see story
Thompson School District Superintendent
Stan Scheer presided over what some
students are calling 'Noam Chomsky' Day
during a Martin Luther King Celebration
Loveland Ward III voters will receive mail-in ballots to select a
representative for Loveland City Council due back by April 11, 2017.

Three candidates have been qualified for the ballot, Steve Olson, John Keil
and Howard Dotson.  The winner will serve out the remaining months of former
Councilman Hugh McKean's four-year term which ends in November.  McKean
was elected to the Colorado State House last November.  In November 2017, a
new election will be held to select council members from each of the city's four
wards to serve four-year terms and a one candidate for mayor to serve a
two-year mayoral term.
Governor's Economic Head Departure
Good for Northern Colorado"
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Fiona Arnold
John Keil
Loveland's Ward III Surprising
Options for Voters
see story
Rev. Howard Dotson
Steve Olson
Property Values in Larimer County Are Up
Commentary by Larimer County Assessor Steve Miller
Council Declares Part of Downtown "Bum Free" Zone
see story
Centerra: Taxation Without Representation
see story
Loveland Mayor Caught:
"Obstructing Justice"

see story
Loveland City Councilman and local defense attorney Troy Krenning (right) calls-out
Loveland Mayor Cecil Gutierrez (left) for "obstructing justice" when he secretly
contacted the judge handling a matter against the city involving a petition filed by
Loveland resident Larry Sarner (center)