Scruggs is the Assistant Brand Manager and Afternoon Host on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Garland, Texas. Scruggs moved here to attend Colorado State University in 2010 and stayed because she loves it so gosh darn much. She writes about a variety of topics, often sharing the area's hottest new beers. Scruggs is a regular on skates at Rollerland and dining out at Surfside 7. She also loves going to Funkwerks and Horsetooth. You can hear Afternoons with Scruggs from 3-7 p.m. on weekdays on 99.9 The Point.
Prepare Your Pet For Fireworks This Weekend in Northern Colorado
It's always a good idea to be prepared and make sure your pets are set up for the incoming pops and blasts, so here are a few tips to make sure your animal friend is ready for the show.
Fourth of July DUI Enforcement Ramping Up July 2
It's another weekend known for heavy partying.
Glacier Ice Cream Opens in Fort Collins This Holiday Weekend
There's nothing more American than a delicious summer ice cream cone.
Poudre School District Announces In-Person Graduations
Poudre School District announced some exciting news for their students today: they will be allowing in-person graduations after all.
Colorado Bars Closing Again in July Due to Surge of COVID-19
On the afternoon of June 30, just days before the fourth of July, Governor Polis made a surprising announcement in a press conference: after two weeks of being allowed to reopen, bars would have to close again.
Governor Polis Asks Legal Council to Investigate Elijah McClain Death
Thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement, McClain's story has gained nationwide attention, and now, Governor Polis is stepping in.
Colorado Civil War Statue Toppled in Denver
After a Civil War statue in front of the Colorado Capitol building was vandalized and torn down, Denver police are now investigating who might be responsible.
NoCo Restaurant Spotlight: The Regional Explores American Cuisine
The Regional moved from its shipping container in a Denver food hall up to its full restaurant at 130 S. Mason St. in Fort Collins in 2018.
Fort Collins Middle School Wins National Science Bowl Championship
In the 2020 National Science Bowl, five eighth graders from Preston Middle School beat teams across the country in a question and answer game that tested them on biology, chemistry, Earth science, physics, energy, and math.
Governor Polis Warns About Large 4th of July Gatherings
Colorado Governor Jared Polis is urging Coloradans to limit 4th of July celebrations to immediate family or with 1 other family group in 2020.
Japanese Beetles Are Back in Colorado Gardens
If you're a Colorado gardener, you might be familiar with the Japanese beetle: these little guys tend to eat plants and breed like bunnies, causing lots of frustration with local plant lovers.
Colorado’s Economy Sees $18 Billion Boost Due to Water Recreation
If we can't go to the bars, we'll go to Horsetooth Reservoir...this is Colorado mid and post pandemic!