Alex Keenan is a writer and copy editor for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. She was born in Denver and has lived in Colorado all 23 years of her life. Keenan studied English and Literature at Colorado State University. She writes about a variety of topics and makes sure our blogs use the proper grammar. She loves visiting Chautauqua Park, the Pearl Street Mall, Old Town Fort Collins, The Alley Cat Café, Social and The Wolverine Farm Publick House.
CSU Rams Receive High Scores for Academics
Once again, the CSU Rams have proven themselves to be remarkable achievers both on and off the field in the NCAA’s most recent Academic Progress Rate (APR) report.
Life Stories’ Top Chef Event Moves Online in Light of COVID-19
Life Stories, a child and family advocacy program that focuses on supporting abused and neglected children and their non-offending family members, has moved their annual ‘Top Chef’ event online.
Nominate a NOCO Teacher Who is Shining During Social Distancing
Yes, we’re still doing this—You didn’t think we were done singing the praises of educators, did you?
All of 2019-20 Northern Colorado Teacher of the Months
Each month, Townsquare Media NoCo recognizes a Northern Colorado educator that stands out.
Breckenridge’s Snow Sculpture Championship is Coming
From Jan. 20 to Jan. 24, 16 teams of sculptors will travel to the picturesque town of Breckenridge to create their masterpieces.
Teacher Tuesday Winners This Year
Even though only one can win the $500 prize for their school each month, it’s still our honor and delight to celebrate all those who have the exceedingly difficult but rewarding job of educating Northern Colorado’s kids.
Colorado Dams at Risk Due to Climate Change
We all know that the results of climate change have been creating physical repercussions for many years. But Colorado’s got its own set of implications due to the shifting climate, ones that could have very real and sudden impacts on those of us who live here.
Best Holiday Train Rides in Colorado
Colorado’s got a plethora of holiday-themed train rides that are more than worth punching a ticket for.
Best Holiday Lights Around Northern Colorado
If you need a place to bring your in-laws, your kids, or just your inner child, here’s where you can go to get some of that holiday lights aesthetic in your life.
Fort Collins’ Winter Bike to Work Day on Dec. 11
This year marks Fort Collins’ 13th annual Winter Bike to Work Day, the day when bikers everywhere look Mother Nature straight in the face and don’t even think of flinching.
Five Adorable Mountain Lions Caught on Camera in Boulder Canyon [VIDEO]
We here in Colorado are no strangers to animal run-ins, but I’m not going to lie, I don’t think anyone can really be prepared for Simba’s mountain relatives to come knocking for Thanksgiving.
Joyce McConnell Officially Inaugurated as CSU’s 15th President
CSU inaugurated Joyce McConnell as its 15th president yesterday at 10:30 a.m.