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.
Fourth of July DUI Enforcement Ramping Up July 2
It's another weekend known for heavy partying.
Governor Polis Asks Legal Council to Investigate Elijah McClain Death
Thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement, McClain's story has gained nationwide attention, and now, Governor Polis is stepping in.
Governor Polis Warns About Large 4th of July Gatherings
Colorado Governor Jared Polis is urging Coloradans to limit 4th of July celebrations to immediate family or with 1 other family group in 2020.
Colorado Pint Day Pushed Back Due to COVID-19
...but the good times will still roll, just a little later in the month than previously planned.
Colorado’s Economy Sees $18 Billion Boost Due to Water Recreation
If we can't go to the bars, we'll go to Horsetooth Reservoir...this is Colorado mid and post pandemic!
Denver Ranked As A Top 20 City For Gamers
Thanks to a recent study done by Wallethub, Denver was declared a top 20 city for gamers, coming in at number 16.
Odell Brewing Company Reopening Their Taproom This Week
Odell Brewing Co. announced on their social media pages Monday that their taproom doors were reopening.
Over 200 Impaired Colorado Drivers Arrested on Memorial Day Weekend
The Colorado Department of Transportation's 'Summer Blitz' begins on June 12.
Colorado’s Safer-At-Home Order Extended Until July 1
Colorado's Safer at Home order will officially transition to what Governor Polis is calling "Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors", it was announced Monday.
Denver Police Chief Marches With Protesters Through the City
In a gesture of unity, the Denver police chief Paul Pazen decided to march arm in arm with protesters in the city Monday, June 1.