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.
VIDEO: Highway 34 to Estes Park ‘Pitch Black’ at 2 P.M. on Thursday
Smoke was so thick, the firefighter said it was 'pitch black' in the canyon between Loveland and Estes Park, even though the video was taken at 2:38 p.m.
TBT: That Time Nirvana Played in Fort Collins — Well, Almost
Shows got cancelled before 2020, who knew? This week's Throwback Thursday was that time the iconic '90s rock band almost played on the CSU campus, but didn't.
Weird Rules You Didn’t Know About Red Rocks: No Apples or Glitter
When concerts come back, restrictions will likely be even tighter, but what you may not have known is that Red Rocks has some weird ones.
Firefighters From Nearly Every US State Fighting Cameron Peak Fire
Yeah, even Alaska and Hawaii.
Time Lapse: Downtown Fort Collins Disappears in Thick Smoke Wednesday
See a time lapse of smoke coverage in Fort Collins on Wednesday, October 14.
Record-Setting High Recorded at DIA on Tuesday
It may be fall, but the thermometer says otherwise.
PHOTO: Red Rocks in the 1940s Actually Looks Kind of 2020
The venue itself, however, has changed a lot.
Entire Town of South Park Shows Up at Denver Broncos Game
Friendly faces everywhere!
Music of Past Pandemics Has Same Themes as Life During COVID-19, CU Boulder Says
A researcher at CU Boulder says the resistance, division and conspiracies during the COVID-19 pandemic are nothing new — according to music made in the past.
VIDEO: See What Colorado’s Tarantula Migration Looks Like
It's spooky season.