One Individual Arrested in Weld County On Friday, September 13, 2019 at approximately 2113 hours, a K9 deputy with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office assisted Fredrick Police Department on a traffic stop near the intersection of Johnson St and Tipple Pkwy in Fredrick. During the traffic stop K9 Viper alerted to the vehicle. K9 Viper is a certified drug detection K9 that is used often to assist deputies and officers.
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MONTH: Would you survive a Zombie Apocalypse? Take this quiz to find out! Encourage your youngsters to as well! Including children in emergency planning helps them prepare and remain as calm as possible in an actual emergency because they know what to do. Have fun with this and use it as a family exercise! 1) Which of the following would not be useful in a zombie apocalypse safety
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MONTH: In preparing for an emergency, keep your pets in mind too. Make sure to have pet food, water, bowls, leashes, collars, tags, veterinary records and microchip information in your emergency kit. If you have a cat, keep an extra litter box and litter in your emergency kit and doggy bags if you have a dog. Know where your animal can and cannot go in the event of
Please join us in welcoming our newest Deputy District Attorney, Kylie Frantz! Kylie comes to the Fighting 19th from the 11th Judicial District where she has spent nearly the past year as a DDA serving the Fremont County community. We're thrilled to have Kylie join Team Weld and we know she's going to do a great job!
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the free community “Fight Fraud - Shred Instead!” event on August 27! In just 2 1/2 hours, the Weld County Area Agency on Aging and AARP ElderWatch shredded 10,036 pounds of paper dropped off by 254 cars, and collected 465 pounds of food and $168 in donations for the Weld Food Bank. Thank you for making this year another huge success for
You’re invited to join us for a hiring event presented by Employment Services of Weld County and Express Employment Professionals. Company representatives will be on-site. The event will be held on Tuesday, September 24, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and will take place at 2950 9th Street, Fort Lupton, CO 80621. For more information or to register for work, please contact Employment Services of Weld County at 970-353-3800 or
Leafy Spurge is a non-native, creeping, perennial, noxious weed. It has lime green color at the top of the plant when flowering. It also has narrow elongated leaves. Each plant can produce up to 140 seeds that remain viable for eight years or longer. When the plant is broken it oozes a white milky sap that is very caustic to eyes and other areas with sensitive skin. For more information
TODAY IS HIGHLAND HUSKIES DAY! Several years ago, the Weld County Board of Commissioners started a tradition of honoring high school teams in Weld County who win a state championship; paying tribute to the the dedication, teamwork, and work ethic of Weld County student-athletes. Recognizing spring sports is difficult as the conclusion of the season is so close to the end of the year. That’s why today the board honored