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.
Cheyenne Frontier Days To Host In Person Event In 2021
Although the 124th Cheyenne Frontier Days was a wash, the rodeo's 125th summer is a go.
Fully Vaccinated People Free To Travel U.S Without Quarantine
Americans who have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine can now enjoy travel once again without the worry of following some pandemic-related travel regulations.
Carter Lake, Horsetooth Reservoir Boat Ramps Set To Open April 1
Boating season in Northern Colorado is quickly approaching; some boat ramps at both Carter Lake and Horsetooth Reservoir are set to reopen for the 2021 season this Thursday, April 1.
VP Kamala Harris Announces Upcoming Denver Visit
VP Kamala Harris announced that she'll be visiting Colorado next week to speak about the COVID-19 relief bill that was passed by Congress earlier this week.
Daylight Saving Begins This Weekend
This year, we'll spring forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 14.
5 Crazy Wildlife Encounters That Happened In Colorado
Depending on where you live or travel in Colorado, wildlife encounters here are fairly common.
Surprise, Colorado Isn’t The “Highest” State In The Country
Colorado might've legalized marijuana earlier than other states who chose to follow suit, but is marijuana use higher in the Centennial State than in any other part of the country?
Colorado Confirms New, Probable Cases Of New COVID-19 Strain
The CDC believes that the new variant strain could be more contagious than previous strains of the novel coronavirus, but does not lead to more severe symptoms.