Kelsey Nistel is a content creator and helps with the Retro 102.5 social media. She was born in Toledo, Ohio but has lived in Colorado since 2007. Nistel writes about trending topics and Northern Colorado crime. She keeps the public informed on the Most Wanted suspects of our community weekly. Her favorite places in Northern Colorado include the Poudre Canyon, Estes Park, Big Thompson Canyon and Old Town Fort Collins.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife are Happy to See River Otters Back in Front Range Waters
Recently, river otters have been showing up in ponds and creeks across the Front Range, but for a long time, there were none in Colorado at all.
CPW Explains How Wildlife is Impacted by the Stay-at-Home Order
Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently explained how wildlife in our area is actually impacted by the stay-at-home order.
42 of the Tiger King’s Zoo Animals Now Live at a Colorado Sanctuary
The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado has rescued 42 animals from Joe Exotic's former G.W. Zoo in Oklahoma.
The 10 Commandments of Colorado Trails
Following these 10 Commandments of Colorado Trails, helps to maintain their naturalness and ensures that others can enjoy the same experience.
Stay the Night in Colorado’s ‘Little Red Treehouse’
The Little Red Treehouse in Lyons makes for the perfect escape from daily hustle and bustle.
The Rockies are Projected to Win this Many Games in 2020
Baseball fans can use preseason MLB projections as an indicator of how their team ranks among the rest.
Window Peeping Incident Reported at CSU Over the Weekend
A female student reported a window peeping incident that occurred on CSU's campus February 15.
2020’s First Supermoon Will Light up The Sky This Weekend
The first supermoon of 2020, also known as the Snow Moon, will be appearing on Sunday, February 9.
LCSO Rescues Pair After Vehicle Stuck in the Snow for 2 Days
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office helped to rescue a man and woman who had been stuck in the snow for two days.
Steamboat Company Planning World-Record Firework Attempt in February
A company out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado is attempting to set a word-record for the largest single shell firework ever launched.