Matt Sparx is the assistant brand manager and afternoon host on New Country 99.1 He was born in New Mexico but grew up in Arvada and has lived in Colorado for most of his life. Sparx moved all over the country for about a decade before coming back home. He enjoys the libations at High Hops, Weldwerks, Tower 56 Distillery and The Whiskey. Sparx shops at The Cupboard, Lucky’s Market and Sears Trostel. You can listen to Afternoons with Matt Sparx from 3-7 p.m. on weekdays on New Country 99.1.
North Loveland Neighborhood Under Shelter in Place Order
Police activity in the area has prompted a shelter in place order in a Loveland neighborhood.
Starbucks Offering Free Coffee to First Responders
First responders are able to keep going with free coffee from Starbucks.
Denver International Airport Like You’ve Never Seen it. EMPTY
The video shows something that has probably never been seen before... An empty Airport during the morning hours of a weekday.
Greeley Stampede is Looking for Bartenders
The Greeley Stampede is looking for bartenders this summer.
More Colorado Counties to Enact Stay-at-Home Order
The latest order is expected to affect 1.5 million Coloradans.
Colorado Cities, Counties That Are Under ‘Stay At Home’ Order
Some Colorado cities and counties have moved to under a "stay at home" order during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Peyton Manning Says No to Monday Night Football
Former Denver Bronco, Peyton Manning, has turned down the offer to be in the broadcast box.
Denver to Issue “Stay At Home” Order This Afternoon
Mayor Michael Hancock is expected to give the order this afternoon.
Greeley Crash Sends 3 to Hospital Caught on Video
A crash that occurred in Greeley on Sunday was caught on video.
FDA Approves Rapid COVID-19 Test from Colorado
A rapid COVID-19 test has been approved by the FDA and licensed to a Colorado company.
Zac Brown Band Cancels All 2020 Tour Dates
Zac Brown Band has canceled all 2020 tour dates.
These Northern Colorado Restaurants Are Still Open
Some restaurants deliver on their own. Others use a delivery service like locally-owned NoCo Nosh.