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FORT COLLINS - Mobile-case manufacturer OtterBox Inc. took the top spot on BizWest's Mercury 100 list, a ranking of the fastest-growing companies in Larimer and Weld counties. OtterBox, based in Fort Collins, reported a 164 percent increase in revenue over two years in the category ranking companies with more than $20 million in annual revenue.
WINDSOR - Huston, we have a problem. When Luke and Lisa Burton purchased silk screening and printing company Huston Graphics & Printing in 2005, they had no idea they were walking into the start of a recession that would last years. Three years later, their facility was flattened by the level F4 tornado that ripped through Windsor.
During a time of tragedy we all look for ways to help, and there are so many ways you can pitch in to help those affected by the wildfires in area. There is a new way to help the firefighters who have been injured or lost their own homes during the 2012 wildfire season, and also get a cool keepsake for yourself.
One year after a devastating F-3 tornado, the small northern Colorado town of Windsor has almost rebuilt entirely. The tornado destroyed so much, but it didn't destroy the determination or resolve of the community. Nowhere is that determination more recognizable than in Luke and Lisa Burton.
We’ve also had the great honor of being a part of tremendous efforts to help out those in need or in an unthinkable situations. We are constantly inspired by the community and their participation in these efforts and hope to continue to be able to do whatever we can to help.
The image was designed and donated by Luke Burton with Huston Graphics and Printing in Windsor. It is the creation of a cooperative effort between the Colorado Concerns of Police Survivors, Marciniak and legislators B.J. Nikkel and Steven King. Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith, who attended the ...