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Larimer County approved a joint grant to the Poudre School District and the Thompson School District worth $2 million each that will fund further career and technical education in both districts.

Piano painting starts in Fort Collins on Pianos About Town.

Pianos About Town, a public art project that commissions the painting of donated pianos before placing them around Fort Collins to encourage spontaneous playing, is looking for its next crop of local artists.

Beyond the crowds of Paris and New York lies a world brimming with hidden artistic treasures. A wave of smaller cities is quietly revolutionizing the art tourism landscape.

Last night at Washington’s in Fort Collins, Colo., the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, the Bohemian Foundation, and the Colorado Sound hosted another great Sonic Spotlight Finals showcase.

Artists are being sought for the 2023 Pianos About Town program in downtown Fort Collins. The artists, as in the past, would paint or decorate pianos that are placed in outside locations around town for people to use.

A $5 million gift to be used on women’s sports at Colorado State has been earmarked to improve facilities for nearly every women’s sport on campus. The most visible impact to fans will be on CSU’s new soccer and softball complex, but other portions of the projects from the donation are aimed at improving facilities across sports.

When Parklane Mobile Home Park residents found out in December the park was going up for sale, longtime resident Evelia Rosas said they felt afraid and uncertain about the future of their community.

Nearly 200 volunteers took part in Colorado State University’s signature outreach effort to provide backpacks filled with school supplies for Poudre School District students. Volunteers from CSU – faculty, staff, administrators and students – participated in the annual School is Cool program Aug. 2-4, ensuring students throughout the Poudre School District have the supplies to…

Residents of Parklane Mobile Home Park finally own their properties. Residents of the park, located just outside city limits in northeast Fort Collins, formed a nonprofit — United Neighbors/Vecinos Unidos — to help them buy the park shortly after their landlord told them it would go up for sale in December, according to a news release from the nonprofit.