Cindy Mackin, visitor services manager for the city of Loveland, helps Valentina (Beata McKee), the new Loveland Valentine mascot, down Fourth Street in downtown Loveland on Wednesday. Valentina will make appearances all over Northern Colorado throughout the Valentine season. ( Michelle Vendegna / Reporter-Herald Staff )If you see a 5-foot tall smiling heart walking around Loveland, make sure to stop to welcome the city's new Valentine mascot, Valentina.
'Our guys are running around with basically chainsaws on their tires'World Championship ICE Racing featuring motorcycles and four-wheelers will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at The Budweiser Events Center, 5290 Arena Circle, Loveland. ( Special to the Reporter-Herald )This weekend at the Budwieser Events Center, motorcycles and four-wheelers will fill the ice for World Championship ICE Racing. "It's the best ice racing that you have never seen.
Taking advantage of fresh snow and the day off school, Landon Collett, 5, and his mom, Megan Collett, sled down a hill Monday at Mehaffey Park in west Loveland ( Jenny Sparks / Loveland Reporter-Herald )Today's Martin Luther King holiday has meant less traffic on slick roads and the opportunity for Loveland-area school kids to enjoy the snow. Roads are snow-covered and slick, but authorities say that there have not been enough accidents to require that the city or county be on accident alert.
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