Nathan Heffel en After Floods, Some Colo. Rivers Aren't Where They Used To Be In Colorado, farmers are scrambling to recover from September's historic floods — floods that decimated miles of roadways, cut off entire towns and sent rivers and creeks into areas they'd never been before.<p>Like Tim Foster's immaculate front yard.<p>"It was beautiful," he says. "I had four large blue spruces. We had hundred-year-old cottonwoods all along the bank. We had our irrigation and our pumps. It was just gorgeous."<p>At the height of the flooding, it all washed away. Tue, 19 Nov 2013 08:04:00 +0000 Nathan Heffel 48402 at Cow Town Opts For Funk Over Funky Smell Greeley, Colo., has an image problem. Actually, it's more of an odor problem. Sat, 03 Aug 2013 10:01:00 +0000 Nathan Heffel 40927 at