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Displayed in Greeley’s recently reopened Tointon Gallery are a few scenes that locals and longtime residents of Greeley may find familiar, stirring fond memories of warm Friday Fest nights surrounded by the colorful lights of More

Greeley’s craft beer scene is, in a word, hoppin’. And people have taken notice, locally and nationally, with Greeley’s breweries. But as history buffs will tell you, Greeley was founded on the principle of temperance, More

Driven by innovative, research-based initiatives, the Greeley-Evans School District 6 serves 22,000 students and is the 13th largest school district in the state of Colorado. The District’s 33 schools provide individualized More

My Greeley Holiday Gift Guide

November 17, 2021

There’s something magical about a hometown holiday — local shops lit up and brimming with people, lights twinkling around town, and a feeling of anticipation and gratitude. Greeley is built on the principles of entrepreneurship More

Part of what makes living in Weld County fascinating is the rich agricultural history, the beautiful landscapes, and the landmarks that make this area colorful. Like most Colorado counties, the weather can be unpredictable, and More

Traveling abroad opens your eyes to new places and different cultures.  Another way to find an international experience while staying close to home is the Greeley Multicultural Festival on October 23. Celebrate cultures More

What do a sweaty-soul band and century-old symphony orchestra have in common? In terms of music, they live on opposite ends of the spectrum. One group thrives on improvisation – the other excels within the More

Greeley has a rich heritage of investing in the arts and has long been a hub of creativity. Get a glimpse of all the ways you can experience the arts in Greeley this ARTober, and More

Fall Fun at Tigges Farm

October 1, 2021

The City of Greeley is an interesting juxtaposition between an urban environment and one that supports both its rural history and current farming community. Farmers can still easily find agricultural supplies and equipment repair items More

What has three horns, a skull as long as seven feet, and commands the attention of museum owners across the country? The Triceratops. And Weld County has one of its own that has gained fascination More