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Hans Hallgren began as photographer at the Daily Press in September 2007. He graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver in 2005 and interned at The Golden Transcript during that time. After graduating he moved to Connecticut to work for The Hour, a daily newspaper in Norwalk, Con., for almost two years. He moved back to Colorado to be close to family in Denver in July. In his free time he enjoys watching movies and working on his art.
An atypical January rainfall Saturday turned normally snowy conditions at Freeman Trailhead into a slushy mess for the Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club's annual poker run.
Avalanche training and rescue class teaches how to avoid dangerous conditions
It comes down to a crucial 15 minutes. Fifteen minutes is how long before a person caught in an avalanche asphyxiates, said Ron Dellacroce, park manager for Yampa River State Park and Elkhead Reservoir.
Tour takes travelers on journey through region's past
The 24 people boarded a school bus just after 8 a.m. Saturday at Wyman Museum for the Parade of Museums. Their destination? History.
Craig Fire/Rescue responded to a structure fire at 11:10 p.m. Wednesday at 85 County Road 35. Twenty-three firefighters responded to the blaze, which was started by woodstove piping. One firefighter was taken to the hospital for exhaustion but was OK, according to Fire Chief Bill Johnston.
Emily Gagon, left, works on Christmas decorations with Connie Sickle on Wednesday at Sunset Meadows. Girl Scout troops 3557 and 3269 stopped by Sunset Meadows to make decorations with residents and get them in the holiday spirit.
Love INC sponsors free car clinic
For some, a car's engine is a mystical force propelling them down the road. If a problem were to arise, keeping it running could be a bewildering challenge.
Enough vaccinations for whole community
With October being the traditional start of the flu season, the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association has three core tactics in preventing the flu.