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 State Athletics Are Back, Including Football and Basketball
CSU Athletics begin their phased return to campus today, Monday, June 8. However, much like everything right now, it won't be "business as usual".
Broncos Add Five-Time Pro Bowler Jurrel Casey To The Team
Jurrell Casey has just been traded to the Broncos in exchange for a seventh-round draft pick, according to a press release from the Denver Broncos.
Where to Go to View Bald Eagles in Colorado
Bald eagles are on their way to Colorado, so it's time to get out the binoculars and go bird-watching. Where, though, is the best place to view the birds?
You Can Own This Former Bronco Player’s Home In Lone Tree
Want to live in a champion's home? So do we...and this might be your best bet.
Where to Snowshoe in Colorado: Best Trails of 2020
Ready to break out those snowshoes? It's a cold one in Colorado this weekend, so it's a great time to hike across our beautiful trails.
New Belgium Brewing Sold to Beer Conglomerate, Employee Ownership to End
Things are changing over at New Belgium Brewing Company.
CSU Was Featured on Clint Bowyer’s NASCAR Car This Weekend, Here’s Why
Bowyer was helping to support a great cause.
Trump’s Colorado Wall is Finally Up in This Funny Photo
Well, it looks like there is a wall in Colorado, it's just not the one you expected.
No Charges Filed in Berthoud Sub Elementary Investigation
As of right now, no charges will be filed.
Coloradans Can Handle Their Beer, According to a Survey
A recent survey from Alcohol.org researched how many beers, on average, it takes for certain states to start to feel that buzz.