Although a Jersey Girl at heart, Maxx has found a new home in Northern Colorado since joining New Country 99.1. Maxx first left her Jersey roots to attend the University of Alabama in 2016, where she fell in love with radio and began to pursue a career as an on-air host. She might be a new resident of NoCo but she is no stranger to the Rocky Mountain State; Since traveling here as a young girl, Maxx has always preferred the mountains over the beach, and scenic hikes over walks on the sand. If she’s not in the studio, it’s safe to assume that Maxx is either chasing down sunsets or binge watching the latest episodes of Real Housewives. Catch her soon on New Country 99.1.
Weekly Unemployment Claims Drop In Colorado, Nationwide
Weekly unemployment claims are on the decline around the country, including in Colorado.
Cameron Peak Fire Has Been Burning For More Than 70 Days
It has been more 70 days since the Cameron Peak fire ignited on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake on August 13.
Gov. Polis Issues Executive Order, Colorado Evictions Put On Hold
Just weeks after Gov. Polis signed off on an order banning late fees for Colorado renters through the end of 2020, he has ordered another statewide moratorium banning residential and commercial evictions.
National Forest Land Closed In 5 Counties Due To Wildfires
Managers of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests have opted to temporarily close all national forest land in five Colorado counties.
Unemployment Rates Drop In Larimer County, Statewide
Unemployment rates in Larimer County and statewide have dropped since August, as Colorado added 13,400 nonfarm jobs during the month of September. Colorado’s labor force has grown by 59,600 since last month.
Ways You Can Help Those Affected By The Cameron Peak Fire
Loveland residents are being encouraged to find ways to help those affected by the fire in ways that will not take City employees away from their emergency response work.
I-25, U.S. 34 To Close For Overnight Bridge Work This Week
Full closures of I-25 and US 34 in Loveland will be in effect beginning Tuesday night (Oct. 20).
Larimer County COVID-19 Cases Rising, 48 New Cases Sunday
The new cumulative total of COVID-19 cases in Larimer County is now 3,365.
Colorado Reports Highest Daily COVID-19 Count Yet
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported over 1,300 new COVID-19 cases on Friday (Oct. 17).
Colorado Bans Late Rent Fees Through 2020
On Thursday (Oct.15), Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed an executive order banning late fees for Colorado renters through the end of 2020.
Larimer County Reports New COVID-19 Cases, Cumulative Total Rises
There were 44 new COVID-19 positive cases reported in Larimer County on Sunday (Oct. 11), which brought the county to a new cumulative total of 2,984 cases.
CSU Campuses Report Decline in Overall Student Enrollment
The Colorado State University system, which is made up of three campuses — CSU Fort Collins, CSU Pueblo and the fully online CSU Global — saw an overall decrease in student enrollment for the Fall 2020 semester.