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.
Loveland Police Department Celebrates First Female Motor Officer
Loveland PD is celebrating a historic member of their team today.
New Data Shows Colorado Rent Increased 3rd Most Since 2010
Many are still suffering from the pandemic, but that doesn't mean rent prices are going down
Rule-Breaking Colorado Bears Captured Passing No Trespassing Signs
Maybe someone will be brave enough to tell them that they're breaking the law...or, you know what, hopefully not.
Fort Collins’ Black Bottle Brewery Makes Count Chocula Beer
The 'Cerealiously' beer series at Black Bottle Brewery is back, despite almost taking a 2020 break.
Fort Collins Daily Water Usage Cut in Half With Restrictions
With the onslaught of wildfires and dry weather here in Northern Colorado, Larimer County is looking to amp up restrictions on water in order to avoid a future shortage.
Great American Beer Fest, Usually Over $100, Just $20 This Year
Tickets for the famed Great American Beer Festival have always been expensive, however, for years and years it's been the mecca for craft beer lovers in Colorado to try new, experimental brews from their favorite breweries. So, essentially, they're #worthit.
Colorado Voters Can Fix Signature Discrepancies on a Smartphone
Colorado voters will be able to fix signature discrepancies on their November ballots using a smartphone.
Cameron Peak Fire Grows 800 Acres, 42% Contained
We continue to wake up to smoky skies in Northern Colorado as the Cameron Peak Fire grows closer to the Mullen Fire in Wyoming.
Look Inside Colorado’s Famous ‘Flying Saucer’ House
What, exactly, is the Flying Saucer house? Why was it built?
Over 2,000 Colorado COVID-19 Patients Leave UCHealth Hospitals
Ever since the start of the school year, cases of COVID-19 have gone up on our college campuses, and health officials have been looking at why cases in Larimer County and Colorado in general have been rising, and how to stop it.
Stodgy Brewing Company: A Review of Fort Collins’ Newest Brewery
I got to try the latest FoCo brewery this weekend.
CSU Will Light The ‘A’ Friday
The lighting of the A is as storied of a tradition as painting it is. When the latter got cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, many worried that the lighting would be too. Luckily, though, that isn't the case.