Scruggs is the Assistant Brand Manager and Afternoon Host on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Garland, Texas. Scruggs moved here to attend Colorado State University in 2010 and stayed because she loves it so gosh darn much. She writes about a variety of topics, often sharing the area's hottest new beers. Scruggs is a regular on skates at Rollerland and dining out at Surfside 7. She also loves going to Funkwerks and Horsetooth. You can hear Afternoons with Scruggs from 3-7 p.m. on weekdays on 99.9 The Point.
Colorado Wildlife Sanctuary With Tiger King’s Cats Selling Special Edition T-Shirts
The sanctuary now has nearly 100 animals from the Tiger King's property.
5 Colorado Traffic Laws You Didn’t Know You’re Breaking
Do you ever drive down the street in Fort Collins and think to yourself, Hmm...should I have made that turn? Was it right to merge there? ....Was that legal?
Your Chance to Live in a Renovated Denver Church is Here
This place truly is...heavenly. Sorry, I had to say it.
10 Things in Most Colorado Homes
There were ten common objects that showed up over and over again in the threads.
This Tiny Red Worm is ONLY Found in Colorado
No, we don't get a cool bird or lizard, but what makes this red worm worth pointing out?
VIDEO: See What It Is Like Inside a Colorado Bear Den
Here's something you've probably never seen before.
Historic Loveland Victorian Home Has Sunroom, Wraparound Porch
...and it's surprisingly affordable...what? It's almost like this isn't in Fort Collins or something.
$5.5 Million Historic Denver Theater Could Be Your Next Home
Have you ever thought about living in an old theater? Just think about your "Bachelor" viewing parties and how epic they could be after purchasing this bad boy.
$3.4 Million, 40-acre Fort Collins Ranch A Dream For Horse Owners
Maybe you're not only looking for a home, but a place for your horses to reside, too. If that's the case for you, this Fort Collins horse ranch might be the place you've been searching for.
Colorado Restaurant Pay Ranks 30th in the U.S.
Colorado waitstaff, in 2020, worked harder than they every have before to help keep their establishments open, and many even lost their positions due to COVID-19 budget cuts.