Emily Mashak is the content coordinator for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. You’ll hear her voice commercials, news updates, on our public affairs show Tuned in NOCO, X-Posed music updates on 94.3 The X and her own Saturday show on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Minnesota, but has lived in Colorado since 2008. Mashak writes on a variety of topics from local crime to weekly recaps of The Bachelor. Some of her favorite local places include Odell Brewing, Road 34 and Rocky Mountain National Park. Tuned in to NoCo airs every weekend on each station. You can listen to Saturday’s with Emily from 3-7 p.m. every week on 99.9 The Point.
[PHOTOS] Meet the Animals at the Denver Zoo
Get to know the animals at the Denver Zoo.
Calling All Creatives – Loveland Needs Artists for Three Public Projects
Don't hide your talent - let all of Loveland see your art.
NOCO Business Spotlight: Windsor Mill Tavern Feeds Healthcare Heroes
How Windsor Mill Tavern is staying positive and serving customers amid COVID-19.
Fort Collins Call Center Shut Down for Violating Stay-at-Home Order
The company required over 150 non-essential employees to come to work.
Colorado State University Students Petition for Tuition Refunds, Get Denied
Students want partial refunds for resources they can no longer access.
Advocacy Groups are Arguing that Dispensaries are Not Essential
They're stating that marijuana usage increases COVID-19 risks.
First Positive Case of Coronavirus Associated with Colorado State University
The positive individual is an employee at the CSU Health Network.
Windsor Mayor Melendez is Focused on Local Business Amid COVID-19
Mayor Melendez explains how Windsor is supporting local businesses.
How Project Self-Sufficiency Helps Single Parents Inspire Their Children
The organization works with single parents to achieve economic independence.
NoCo Virus Tracker: 3rd Death in Colorado, Connected to Previous Death
The man had direct contact with the woman who died last week.
Colorado Funeral Home Operators Indicted for Selling Body Parts
The owners are facing up to 25 years in prison.
Colorado State University is Waiving Dorm Cancellation Fees Amid COVID-19
Students are encouraged to move out of the dorms if they can.