Fort Collins was founded as a military outpost of the United States Army in 1864. It succeeded a previous encampment, known as Camp Collins, on the Cache La Poudre River, near what is known today as Laporte. Camp Collins was erected during the Indian wars of the mid-1860s to protect the Overland mail route that had been recently relocated through the region. Travelers crossing the county on the Overland Trail would camp there, but a flood destroyed the camp in June 1864. Afterward, the commander of the fort wrote to the commandant of Fort Laramie in southeast Wyoming, Colonel William O. Collins, suggesting that a site several miles farther down the river would make a good location for the fort. The post was manned originally by two companies of the 11th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry and never had walls.
FORT COLLINS, Colo ... However, the Poudre SchoolDistrict said FortCollinsPolice investigated and found no wrongdoing ... Generally, we can confirm that Fort Collins Police Services investigated this situation in 2020 and found no wrongdoing on behalf of the school district.
(Photo by John F. Russell) ... the house was theirs ... Strom came to Steamboat on a recommendation from a friend from FortCollins. His friend suggested he skip the Front Range and, “if you want good schools go to Steamboat.” ... His children went to school here, but in the economic recession of 2008, he was forced out of the market and into the Denver area.
... dental school ... She completed high school while living with her sister Marion in FortCollins, Colorado, then in the fall moved to Buffalo, and over the next year earned her certification as a histological technician while living at the YWCA and working at Buffalo General Hospital.