Billie Allen pleads guilty, sentenced to 9 years for plotting to kill Weld DA Michael Rourke | GreeleyTribune.com

“This already feels like a slap on the wrist considering how this affected my life and my family, but it was a disposition that needed to happen.” Billie Allen pleads guilty, sentenced to 9 years for plotting to kill Weld DA Michael Rourke | GreeleyTribune.comA Canon City man and tracked 211 Crew member accused of plotting to kill Weld District Attorney Michael Rourke pleaded guilty Friday to a reduced charge

Obituary for Charles Kirby | GreeleyTribune.com

Weld County Government commissioners and staff were saddened to learn former Weld County Commissioner Bill Kirby passed away January 18. Charles William “Bill” Kirby served as the County Commissioner for Weld County District II from 1979-1982, and as the at-large County Commissioner from 1985-1992. Commissioner Kirby was the early-on leader of efforts to improve the operation of the Public Works department through reorganizing the department, advocating on the Board of

Growth – the media writes about it, the state demographer predicts it, and we al…

Growth – the media writes about it, the state demographer predicts it, and we all feel it. So, the time is right to take a look at the Weld County Comprehensive Plan. This plan, which serves as the foundation for the policies the county uses when managing growth, is due to be updated per county code this year. The county's public outreach campaign regarding the update kicks off next week

Frustrated – People United for Responsible Government

https://weldpeopleunited.com/2020/01/24/frustrated/ Frustrated – People United for Responsible Governmentby Dave Kisker I’m pretty disgusted. I attended two Weld County Commissioners’ oil and gas related work sessions on Tuesday, and while there were some very interesting developments, this was also a source of disappointment, frustration, or, even disgust.  As many of you know, part of the missio...

Weld County children and teens in kinship and foster care enjoyed happier holida…

Weld County children and teens in kinship and foster care enjoyed happier holidays, thanks to generous donations by local businesses. The Weld County Department of Human Services hosted its annual Christmas parties for kinship and foster families on December 11 and 12, respectively, at Island Grove Regional Park. In total, 483 individuals attended both parties. Local businesses donated thousands of dollars’ worth of food and gifts, contributing to a truly

A fresh perspective on challenging behaviors will be the focus at the Love to Le…

A fresh perspective on challenging behaviors will be the focus at the Love to Learn 2020 training on Saturday, February 22 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park. This Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) training is a family-based intervention, designed for children who have experienced relationship-based traumas such as institutionalization, multiple foster placements, maltreatment, abuse and/or neglect. Check-in/breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m. with training starting at 9 a.m.