Shelby is the assistant brand manager and afternoon host on 94.3 The X. She was born in Florida, but has lived in Colorado since '97, via Wyoming. (The first one was too hot, and the second one was too cold, but this one is just right.) She became a Ram in 2009, and has lived in Fort Collins since. Shelby’s favorite places in Northern Colorado are Rollerland skating rink, Surfside 7 (best pizza in Fort Collins, change her mind), and when she needs a change of scenery, Shelby enjoys all of the open space we have north of town. You can listen to Afternoons with Shelby every weekday from 3-7 p.m. on 94.3 The X.
This Is What Red Rocks’ Inaugural Show Was Like 79 Years Ago
As we sit on the bench this concert season and dream of what 2021 will be like — fingers crossed — Red Rocks shared a throwback to its opening day in June of 1941.
Poudre Fire Authority Rescues Dog From Canal in Fort Collins
DOG BLOG | PFA firefighters warn about the dangers of canals and ditches.
Report Says Coloradans Must Work Over 40 Hours Per Week to Afford Rent
*Moves to Wyoming*
Colorado Got 5 Inches of June Snow Monday Night — Not Nearly as Much as Last Year
The first day of summer 2019, Colorado got nearly two feet of snow, we just all forgot.
Parts of Colorado Could Get Snow Monday Night, Trail Ridge Road Closing
'Say it ain't snow!' the National Weather Service tweeted. But, it is, in fact, snow.
Polis Urges Colorado Protesters to Get Tested for COVID-19
Even if you do not have symptoms, the governor asks you to get a free COVID-19 test if you have been protesting in a large gathering.
5 Instagrams That Show What A-Basin’s (Re)Opened Slopes are Like
Ski masks really have a whole new purpose now.
Colorado (Kind of) Breaks Up With Tourists in Kyle Clark’s Hilarious PSA
It's not us... it's you.
Anonymous Donor Gives $1 Million to CSU Student Financial Aid
Colorado State University is saying 'thanks a million.'
Jack Osbourne Explores Haunted Colorado Mansion on ‘Portals to Hell’
The son of the Prince of Darkness isn't afraid of darkness. Or ghosts. Or cameras. His show 'Portals to Hell' on the Travel Channel takes you along for the ride.