In conjunction with the U.S Department of Labor’s National Apprenticeship Week, and on behalf of the Weld County Workforce Development Board and Employment Services of Weld County (ESWC), the Board of Commissioners has proclaimed November 12-18, 2018, as Apprenticeship Week in Weld County. Read more at www.weldgov.com.
Missing Person Ever Martin Orozco-Salcido is a 29-year-old male who is 6’04” tall and 160 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. His family last spoke to him on December 2017. Ever has not been seen or heard from since. His family is very concerned and is also asking for the public’s assistance. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Every Orozco is asked to call the Weld County Sheriff’s
The Agenda for the regular meeting of the Board of Weld County Commissioners for Wednesday, November 14, 2018, has been posted and is available to view at: https://www.weldgov.com/departments/commissioners/public_meetings/commissioner_agendas/
TOMORROW: Please join Employment Services of Weld County, Reach, Cintas, Key Bank, Miller HFI, Jackson Hewitt, Express Employment, The Employment Firm, Aims Community College, and Weld District 6 Transportation for a job fair on Wednesday November 14, 2018. From 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. the job fair is open to U.S. Military Veterans Only and from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. the job fair will be open to the General
It is easy to become dehydrated in the fall and winter when it is cold outside. Rethink your drink, choose water. For more information, visit www.weldhealth.org
Cattails are a native, perennial, grass-like wetland plant. They can grow up to ten feet tall with flowers in June and July. Cattails provide cover for gamebirds, waterfowl and songbirds. Muskrats and other small mammals also utilize the plant for housing and food. Cattails can easily form a monoculture once they establish in a wet area. For more information on plants, go to www.weldweeds.org.
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To the men and women who have served, are currently serving .. and especially to the heroes who never made it home, THANK YOU! We don’t just remember your sacrifices today.. but every day. Freedom certainly isn’t free.. and for that, we are forever grateful! 🇺🇸❤️💙🇺🇸
Please join Employment Services of Weld County (ESWC) and Union Colony Security Inc. for a Hiring Event on Tuesday November 13, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The Hiring Event will be held at ESWC, 315 North 11th Avenue, Building B, Greeley, CO. Hiring for a Security Guard, refer to job order #7558374. For more information or to register for work, please visit www.eswc.org
Thank you to all the Veterans and to those who continue to serve, for your sacrifice and service to our country. #HappyVeteransDay
Current operations: We still have 18 plow trucks out at this time. All primary roads have been covered and about 75% of the secondary roads have been covered. Current Road Conditions: Roads are just wet at this time with some areas that are icy. Current Weather: Light to moderate snow fall south of WCR 100. Snow has stop north of WCR 100. There is some light wind. Snow is still
Current operations: The first plow trucks were called in at 2:30 a.m., and we currently have 18 Plow trucks out at this time. Current Road Conditions: Roads north of SH 14 have about ½” of snow. Roads South of SH 14 are just wet at this time. With wet roads and temperatures dropping to 22 degrees, we are expecting the roads to turn ice this morning. Current Weather: Light to
Check out the new series of gardening and landscaping videos on the Weld County Colorado Master Gardener website! -Tree Wrapping - Do Now! -Winter Watering Trees and Shrubs -Pine Needle Shed -Mulching leaves into your lawn -How to Use a Rose Collar -Winter Rose Bush Care -Indoor Foliage -Live Christmas Trees -Pruning Crossing Branches Find these videos and more gardening information here: weldmastergardners.org
The application deadline has been extended for the Weld County Colorado Master Gardener (volunteer) and the Colorado Garden Certificate (non-volunteer) spring training programs in 2019. Classes will occur from February 1st through April 13th on most Fridays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and will be located at the Larimer County Fairgrounds (The Ranch) in Loveland. There will be a mix of in-person and online classes. The application deadline for
Did you know that children in the U.S. will wait an average of three years for an adoptive family? November is National Adoption Month, and with more than 40 Weld County children and teens still waiting for their forever family, now is the perfect time to consider adoption. Please, don’t keep children waiting any longer. Consider adoption today - because every child deserves a home and love! For more information
WELD COUNTY – ROAD MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION and RECLAMATION CLOSURES: CR 33 from CR 72 to CR 74 11/26/2018 thru 11/30/2018 culvert replacement CR 35 from SH 392 to CR 70 11/19/2018 thru 11/21/2018 culvert replacement CR 70 from CR 45 to CR 47 11/5/2018 thru 11/9/2018 culvert replacement CR 74 from CR 39 to CR 41 11/12/2018 thru 11/23/2018 culvert replacements CR 76 from CR 27 to CR 29 10/29/2018
FREE PARENT OF TEEN DRIVER CLASS OFFERED BY DRIVE SMART WELD COUNTY Need help understanding the Graduated Driver's License Law? This class is intended for parents of teens ages 14, 15 or 16, but the information will be useful to everyone who has a soon-to-be or new driver. The class will include tips about insurance coverage for new drivers, guidelines for parents to set limits for their teen drivers and
Please join Employment Services of Weld County, Reach, Cintas, Key Bank, Miller HFI, Jackson Hewitt, Express Employment, The Employment Firm, Aims Community College, and Weld District 6 Transportation for a job fair on Wednesday November 14, 2018. From 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. the job fair is open to U.S. Military Veterans Only and from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. the job fair will be open to the General Public.
In conjunction with National Adoption Day on November 17th, the Weld County Department of Human Services (DHS) will hold a special celebration on Friday, November 16th, to finalize the adoptions of 10 children and youth from the child welfare system. Read more at www.weldgov.com.
The Weld County Fair Board would like to thank Gus Sidwell (Ault) and Debi Carpio (Kersey) for their volunteer service to the board. Mr. Sidwell and Mrs. Carpio were recognized at the annual Fair Board banquet on November 5th and presented plaques by Weld County Fair Board President, Tracy Axton, to celebrate their service. The Weld County Fair is an annual free event held the last week in July. Our