Although a Jersey Girl at heart, Maxx has found a new home in Northern Colorado since joining New Country 99.1. Maxx first left her Jersey roots to attend the University of Alabama in 2016, where she fell in love with radio and began to pursue a career as an on-air host. She might be a new resident of NoCo but she is no stranger to the Rocky Mountain State; Since traveling here as a young girl, Maxx has always preferred the mountains over the beach, and scenic hikes over walks on the sand. If she’s not in the studio, it’s safe to assume that Maxx is either chasing down sunsets or binge watching the latest episodes of Real Housewives. Catch Maxx from 5-10 a.m. on weekdays on New Country Mornings on New Country 99.1.
JBS Cyberattack Impacts Greeley Plant Workers, Shifts Cancelled
The Greeley JBS plant is the company's largest beef plant in the United States. Tuesday's shift cancellations are said to have impacted an estimated 2,900+ workers at the plant.
Sow Euthanized After Colorado Man Was Injured During Bear Attack
A sow with two cubs in tow was euthanized over the weekend after a man was injured following a bear attack at his home near Steamboat Springs.
Man Fatally Shot After Dragging CO Officers With Stolen Vehicle
A 22-year-old man operating a stolen vehicle on Tuesday (May 18) was shot by at least one Englewood police officer and later died from his injuries after he dragged several officers with the vehicle.
Victims Identified In King Soopers Shooting
The Boulder Police Department has identified the ten victims of the shooting that took place on Monday (Mar. 22) at King Soopers in Boulder.
Woman Rescued From Rocky Mountain National Park Fall
On Tuesday (Feb. 9), park rangers were notified that a 21-year-old female from Texas had suffered serious injuries near Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting in Evans
The Weld County Critical Incident Response Team is currently investigating a Greeley police officer-involved shooting incident that occurred Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 19) in Evans.
Cameron Peak Firefighter Spent 5 Weeks On Ventilator For COVID-19
Jason Phillips arrived in Colorado on August 10 and spent two weeks fighting the Cameron Peak fire before coming down with COVID-like symptoms at the end of his shift on August 25.
Colorado Dog Killed By Mountain Lion In Morrison
Karen Hammersmith was forced to fight off a mountain lion from attacking her 4-year-old French Bulldog.
60 CSU Students Quarantined At Off-Campus Motel Due To COVID-19
60 CSU students and 21 others are quarantining at The University Inn after either testing positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who did.
How Colorado Ski Areas Plan To Operate This Year During COVID-19
With ski season approaching, Colorado ski areas Colorado ski areas have started making changes to ensure the safety of guests & employees while keeping their businesses open through the pandemic.