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Roads & Bridges Magazine just named Weld County’s own WCR 49 as one of the Top 10 Roads in the country as determined by project challenges, impact on the region and scope of work!

In addition to the article below, you can learn more about WCR 49 at https://www.weldgov.com/departments/public_works/weld_county_road_49_corridor/

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Roads & Bridges’ Top 10 Roads awards, created in 2000, recognize the top projects in North America. Each year, nominations are submitted to the R&B editorial staff, which determines the Top 10 list based on project challenges, impact to region and scope of work.

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Good morning Weld County – it’s chilly out! Current Weather Conditions: No snow…

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Good morning Weld County – it’s chilly out!

Current Weather Conditions: No snow, no wind; fog in some areas.

Current Road Conditions: Roads north of Hwy 34 are icy and have some snow pack. Roads south of Hwy 34 are snow packed and icy. Snow totals for the southern parts of the county range from 3”-4”.

Current Operations: All available trucks are out in their routes at this time.

Forecast Weather Conditions: No snow, but wind gusts of 30 mph could impact the roads later this morning.

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Current Weather Conditions: Snow has begun to fall in the western and central pa…

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Current Weather Conditions: Snow has begun to fall in the western and central parts of the county.

Current Road Conditions: The snow has had little effect so far; most of the routes reporting wet roads.

Current Operations: All available trucks are out at this time sanding intersections, hills and curves.

Forecast Weather Conditions: ½” of snow forecasted.

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The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce Lt. Noonan recently grad…

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The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce Lt. Noonan recently graduated from the School of Police Staff and Command at Northwestern University.

Lt. Noonan has successfully completed the 10-week Staff and Command program that was from August 13th to December 14th, 2018. This program, which was implemented by the Center for Public Safety in 1983, has graduated over 20,000 students. Lt. Noonan was a student in the SPSC Class #443 which accommodated a total of 38 students. The topics of the study include: Leadership, Human Resources, Employee Relations, Organizational Behavior, Applied Statistics, Planning and Policy Development, Budgeting and Resource Allocation.

The Weld County Sheriff’s Office anticipates a variety of benefits from the training Lt. Noonan achieved while attending. The training will not only help Lt. Noonan but also the Weld County community.

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