It’s “Twosday” – February 22, 2022 – Fort Collins.
While for, too much and two spoil the English language, there’s no mistaking what deal the Fort Collins Coloradoan has for you. Today only (2/22/22), get two years of full digital access to all of our Fort Collins news for just $22.
(That’s 6% of the total price for two years of access. And since six divided by three is two, that number is only two degrees of separation from our theme today. But I digress. .)
Click here to claim two years of Colorado digital access for just $22 in this limited time offer.
If the promise of two years of the best Fort Collins news on the internet for less than it would normally cost for two months isn’t enough to win you over, read on to find out more about all that awaits you as a newbie. Coloradoan digital subscriber.
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Deep dives into speed bumps in Fort Collins’ rollout of its ambitious Connect gigabit internet service and a Larimer County program treating backlogs at the state psychiatric hospital are among subscriber exclusives released last week.
Dive deeper and you’ll find a growing selection of exclusive stories about how residential and commercial development is changing the face of northern Colorado. You’ll get all of cultural journalist Erin Udell’s updates on the area’s much-vaunted culinary scene, plus in-depth reporting on Colorado State University and our high school sports team.
It’s also a great time to catch up on “Draining the Forests,” a seven-part series about how the U.S. Forest Service’s management of water permits has remained largely unchanged as western water supplies face increasing pressures from overuse and climate change.
As a Coloradoan subscriber, you’ll also have access to our full suite of newsletters to keep you up to date with the latest news, sports, business, and things to do each week. Coloradoan subscribers also get exclusive access to our hand-curated Your Week newsletter which provides behind-the-scenes insight into the week’s top stories and how your subscription helps fund our journalism.
Subscribers can also sign up for our new monthly newsletter Taste, where reporter Erin Udell keeps you up to date on all things food and drink in Fort Collins.
Dive deeper:5 Digital Benefits of a Coloradoan Subscription
A personalized experience with the Coloradoan mobile app
The Coloradoan mobile app for iOS and Android devices lets you download articles for offline reading, choose your own article display options, and set news alerts to display on your mobile devices .
With the Coloradoan app, you can customize notifications so you know about news as it happens. You can select alerts for breaking news, news, sports, entertainment, weather, traffic, and business. Quiet periods for your alerts can be set in the app.
Digital access to all electronic editions of the USA TODAY Network
A recent perk that all Coloradoan subscribers can enjoy is access to every USA TODAY Network digital print replica, or electronic edition, through their Internet browser or the Coloradoan Print Edition iOS or Android app.
The Coloradoan Print Edition provides quick and easy daily viewing of the electronic edition, the digital replica of the print edition of over 260 print editions produced on the USA TODAY Network.
The satisfaction of supporting and sustaining local journalism in Fort Collins
Make no mistake, the newspaper industry has taken its share of a beating over the past two decades with the rise of the internet and digital media giants like Facebook and Google dominating the competition for advertising dollars. who have supported our products in the past.
Colorado’s 14 staff members have diligently served Fort Collins and northern Colorado through floods and fires, the highs of our largest cultural gatherings and the lows of pandemic isolation, and everything in between.
We have built homes and families here. We are neighbours, volunteers, friends. And like Fort Collins, we are innovators. A multiple recipient of national and state newsroom innovation awards, driving digital subscription growth to now represent more than two-thirds of our readership, we are forward-thinking, creative and eager to serve.
Simply put, we’re here for the long haul.
As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re looking for new ways to engage the community, from our partnership with the Colorado State University Center for Public Deliberation and the Northern Colorado Deliberative Journalism Project to a new opinion forum that we will launch in March and a planned return to hosting, chronicling, and attending more in-person events.
After navigating two years of work-from-home headaches that have hampered what is fundamentally social work, our reporters and editors are more eager than ever to tell Northern Colorado’s stories in person, up close.
If you are reading this as a subscriber from Colorado, thank you for your support. We show up for you every day. And if you’re not one of the thousands of Fort Collins residents who have found the lasting value of a Coloradoan membership, try us today. We will work hard to earn your $22 and hopefully your support for years to come.
Did you miss it?
For procrastinators like me, or anyone reading this after February 22, don’t worry – our Presidents Day Sale is offering six months of digital access for $1 until Friday.
Thanks for reading the Coloradoan. We hope you will join us in supporting the continued delivery of timely and reliable news serving Fort Collins and Northern Colorado.
Colorado Editor Eric Larsen can be reached at [email protected] or 970-224-7745 (call or text). Support journalism in Fort Collins and subscribe today at offers.coloradoan.com/specialoffer.