Dave Jensen is Assistant Operations Manager of Townsquare Media/Northern Colorado as well as Assistant Brand Manager and Afternoon Host for Retro 102.5. Dave was born in Paterson, New Jersey but moved to Colorado when he was 12 months old in 1968 and has lived here ever since. He is currently the longest-tenured employee in the Northern Colorado office, having worked here since 1997. Dave loves movies, great TV, and Gin Rummy with his brother when they play at William Oliver’s in Fort Collins. Dave worked at Runza in Loveland when he was younger and still enjoys stopping by now and then for an Original. You can listen to Afternoons with Dave Jensen every weekday from 3-7 p.m.
Why Do Bull Elk Rub Their Antlers Against Trees During Rut Season?
Rut season (mating season) for elk is coming up in mid-to-late September. To prepare for the season, bull elk will be rubbing their necks against trees. Here's why.
Video of Colorado Power Plant Being Demolished is Mesmerizing
400 miles from Fort Collins in southewetern Colorado lies the town of Nucla. They recently demolished a retired power plant, and it's an awesome watch.
How to Easily Protect Yourself from Colorado’s Precarious Wildlife
So many people get into trouble by getting too close to Colorado's wonderful wildlife. There's a great way to know if you're getting too close to them.
Is Meth Being Made at the Post Office in Carr, Colorado?
It could be a 'hide in plain sight' situation, or it could be a 'no one ever goes to the post office, anymore' situation, but something may be up, up in Carr.
Coloradans Cyber-Scammed Out of $100 Million During the Pandemic
When you get ripped off online, during a pandemic, it just makes you feel more helpless. At least we weren't scammed as bad as California.
Colorado’s Tragic Connection to the New True-Life ‘Joe Bell’ Movie
There's been a lot of talk about the new anti-bullying movie, 'Joe Bell.' You may not know how Joe's journey came to an end in Colorado.
Colorado Sheriff Eases Some Restrictions of Poudre, Others Remain
Flooding along the Poudre River took the life of one woman, while three other people remain missing. Closures remain, but some of the river is back open
Colorado Coyote Pup Pays Ultimate Price Because, Humans
A woman awaits rabies testing, and a young coyote pup is dead because the community seemingly thought that they should take it in.
31 Things, Places & Events That Make Loveland, ‘Loveland’
Devil's Backbone, Dwayne Webster Veteran's Park, The Dam Store, Benson Sculpture Park 27 more things!
Too Damned Dangerous: Larimer Sheriff Shuts Down Poudre For All Use
In response to disaster relief and debris removal, Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith has ordered the closure of the Poudre River until further notice.