City crews work all night to help residentsCity of Loveland crews worked throughout the night Sunday and into Monday morning to make Garfield Avenue passable for residents after weekend rains turned a construction site into a muddy mess. ( City of Loveland / Special to the Reporter-Herald )An inch of rain that fell in 48 hours turned a section of Garfield Avenue into a muddy mess this weekend, causing residents to become stuck in the mire and city crews to work all night to fix the problem.
As residents begin preparing their yards and homes for the fall and winter seasons, health officials say they also should prepare themselves for flu season. "It's important for everyone six months of age and older to get a flu vaccine every year before flu activity begins in their community," Roxane Conant, wellness senior manager at Banner Health, said in a press release.
Andrew Fierros, left, and Joe Rodriguez, right, city of Loveland employees, take measurements at Junior Achievement Park Monday, Sept. 18, 2017, in preparation of tearing out the old basketball court to make way for a new playground to be built in October at 1010 W. 10th St. in central Loveland. ( Jenny Sparks / Loveland Reporter-Herald )Dan Willadsen predicts plenty of climbing when new equipment is installed at Junior Achievement park in central Loveland.
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Selecting a term
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