TSD Teacher's Union
Contract Ending
see story
Loveland's Independent News Source
A New Year's Challenge For
Loveland Students
Stand-up for Western Civilization and earn $300

Read our New Year's Editorial
Following Intense Debate:
Council Approves $2.2 Million
Subsidy for Sprouts Market
See story and debate video clips
Also read side-story about one convicted sex offender who stands to
benefit from the city's subsidy
Mayor Accused of Violating City
Charter, Imperiling Sprouts Deal
read story and see original correspondence
Council Meeting Erupts As
Sprouts Reconsideration Is Denied
story, pictures and video clips
Few Votes Cast in DDA Election
see story
Loveland's City Council Rejects
Repeal of City's Grocery Sales Tax
see article
Doomsday Prepper Heads
Go NoCo Tourism Board
(resigns after this article is published)
see story
Loveland Mayor Refuses To
Release City Related Emails
see story
Competitive Race Expected For
City Council Ward II
read story
Loveland's Council Adopts A Slow
Repeal of City's Grocery Sales Tax
see story
Wellington Residents Want
Loveland Mayor to Apologize
see story
Loveland's Council Flip-Flops
On Repeal of Grocery Sales Tax
see story
Loveland Councilman Hugh McKean (far right) speaks
as Counclmen Ralph Trenary (second from right)
and John Fogle listen.
Loveland Mayor
Cecil Gutierrez
Sprouts Farmers Market Subsidy
Stories from 2015
The Public's Price for
How one man's opinion of art and quest for immortality
influence public resources

see story regarding Loveland's Visual Arts Commission
Property Tax Increase Notice
to Hit May 1st
see notice by Larimer County Assessor
Sprouts Deal Knocked-Out Privately
Funded Competitor
A dirty little secret being held closely in city hall is that a privately funded 'Natural
Grocer' developer was acquiring property only 1,580 feet from the proposed Sprout's
Market site but pulled out when council approved Sprouts subsidy
see story
Bass Pro Cuts Bait on
(Says Insider)
see story
Loveland Downtown Partnership (LDP)
Rallies For Sprouts Subsidy
see story
County Official Clashes With Bank
Over URA Reform Bill 1348
see story
McWhinney To Address "Failed"
I-25/Highway 34 Interchange
see story
Editorial On Sprouts Gift
"Council's Hubristic Pride"
Loveland Council Politics Upset By
Weld County DA Charges
see story
Loveland Officials Considering
Run for State Legislature
see story
School Board Candidate's 'Scientology'
Business Tactics Once Profiled in WSJ
see story
Shaffer Retracts Public Accusations
Under Threat of Lawsuit
see story
McWhinney's Mobilize To Convert Areas
East of Centerra Into 'Heavy Industrial'
see our story
2015 Municipal Election Kick-Off
Clerk certifies eight candidates vying for five openings on
Loveland's City Council

see story
Larimer County Pulling Out of
South Catalyst Project?
read story
Hansen Challenges Montagu for
Thompson Board of Education
see interview
Loveland City Manager Accused of
"Insubordination" By Councilor
see story
TVHS Teacher Accused of
Swiping Campaign Signs
see story
Story Behind Hale's
Departure from City Hall
see story
Betsey Hale, Director of
Economic Development
Candidate's Angry Father
Haunts Realtors For Not
Endorsing Daughter
see story
School Candidates Accuse
Man of Criminal
Vandalism and Stealing
read interview and story
Ft. Collins Man To Challenge
Commissioner Johnson in Primary
see story
Tyrannical Incumbents
Councilman's complaints followed-up by illegal removal of signs from private
property - School board incumbents appear involved as well
see story
Police Chief Announces Retirement
Under confluence of issues plaguing department
see story
Trenary Friend Allegedly Caught
Trying to Steal Campaign Signs
see story
R2-J Superintendent Defies Court Ruling
see story
School Election Landslide for TEA
Impacts Council Races
see story
Madwire Leaving Loveland

see story
McWhinney Buys $14
Million Private Jet
following sale of apartments developed with city
and federal subsidies

see story
Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway, left, told
LovelandPolitics that he nor his colleagues met with
McWhinney (right) before the land use hearing to re-zone the
property along Highway 34.
Weld County Tells
McWhinney - No
McWhinney's dream of heavy industrial uses near private
homes is turned downed by Weld County

see story