Best-selling author Anne Hillerman, left, answers questions Monday night about her writing and mystery series during her author talk during the Loveland Loves to Read event at the Rialto Theater Center. With her is Peg Isakson, chairwoman of the Loveland Loves to Read Committee, who fields questions from the audience. ( Shelley Widhalm / Special to the Reporter-Herald )•12:30 p.m. today, Lunch with Anne Hillerman, Sylvan Dale Ranch, 2939 N. County Road 31D.
Author Anne Hillerman to visit Loveland for Loveland Loves to Read events The confluence of the Rio Grande and Red River in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, just south of the Colorado border. The New Mexico and Arizona landscapes provide a backdrop for "Spider Woman's Daughter" by Anne Hillerman, the 2017 Loveland Loves to Read book.
Cubby of Fort Collins is only K-9 Comfort Dog in ColoradoComfort Dog Cubby, who works with Redeemer Lutheran Church's K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry, poses by a memorial flag dedicated to those affected by the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., in June 2016. ( Special to the Loveland Reporter-Herald )Cubby the Comfort Dog invites friendly petting with her blue vest stating her name and the words, "Please Pet Me."
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