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.
What You Need to Know About Crime Prevention in Your Neighborhood
Tips from the Larimer County Sheriff's Office.
How Dancing Can Improve Your Mental and Physical Health
Shake off the quarantine blues with some dance.
CPW: Wild Big Game Populations in Colorado
Colorado is known for its wildlife. But how much of it does our beautiful state actually have? Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently answered this question in their 2020 Status Report: Big Game Winter Range and Migration Corridors.
Grammy Nominated Photographer Offering Free Senior Photos in May
Schedule free senior photos with local photographer Joe Pekara.
History Says Fort Collins Likely to Get May Snow
Don't put your winter coat away just yet.
Greeley Had 3 Separate Shootings Over the Weekend
All three shootings are currently under investigation.
Europa Salon in Old Town Fort Collins Closes for Good
Customers are upset about the fate of their gift cards.
How CSU, CU, UNC Rank Among National Universities
Can you guess who is highest?
Greeley Stampede to Host July Fireworks Show, September Virtual Rodeos
The Stampede is making up for the event cancellation.
Don’t Let COVID-19 Stop You From Going to the Emergency Room
A doctor's perspective on how to handle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adorable: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Rescues a Stranded Baby Owl
CPW reunited an owlet and its mother over the weekend.
New Loveland Natural Area Will Open to the Public on May 1
The Prairie Ridge Natural area will have two hiking trails.