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Left’s New Crusade: Adult-Kid Sex

By Matt Barber —   So much for the left’s “consenting adults” rhetoric on sex. Forever the consummate conservationists, our self-described “progressive” friends at the ACLU, MSNBC and elsewhere have been ramping-up efforts to downsize from “consenting adults” to merely … Continue reading

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Massachusetts school learns, “don’t mess with God”

by Jack Minor —   A Massachusetts elementary school that believed it would prevent people from being offended by removing the word, “God” from a well-known patriotic anthem written by Lee Greenwood achieved just the opposite result. The Stall Brook … Continue reading

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Obama statement on compulsory attendance raise red flag among homeschoolers

by Matt Lacy – President Obama’s call to states to curb dropout rates by forcing students to remain in high school until they graduate has raised concerns among homeschoolers. In the President’s State of the Union message Tuesday evening, Obama … Continue reading

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“Gay” parade attendance mandatory for teen program at Planned Parenthood

by Jack Minor – A Planned Parenthood program in New York that employs teenagers required them to attend a homosexual pride parade as a condition of employment, causing some to question the organization’s use of taxpayer dollars. The Planned Parenthood program, … Continue reading

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UNC hopes to break attendance record at homecoming event

    by Jack Minor – A University of Northern Colorado faculty member told the Evans city council that they hope to break last year’s record for community attendance during this year’s homecoming week. Mayor Lyle Achziger issued a proclamation … Continue reading

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City Council: is money wasted or an investment

by Vanessa Dominguez Communication and marketing plan update was the first item on City Council’s agenda. Last fall, the city council decided they needed to do a better job with the money they had to work with. They plan to … Continue reading

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Reese not only board member with attendance issues

by Jack Minor   Recent local “news” has focused on the attendance of Brett Reese at school board meetings, however, one other board member has the same number of absences since the end of the 2009-2010 school year.  Since the … Continue reading

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School board needs to work on issues, stop attacking each other

Gazette Opinion Much like the line for popular concert tickets or Black Friday sales, the line for student applications to the recently approved West Ridge Academy is expected to begin forming outside the night before. Why would parents stand in … Continue reading

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Open enrollment process changes to allow students to stay at current schools without re-applying

Open enrollment for new school requests will be Jan. 3—Feb. 11 Students who are currently attending a District 6 school outside their neighborhood attendance area on an open enrollment or transfer status will no longer have to reapply each year … Continue reading

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Scott principal pulls out all the stops for counting day

Olivia Zadkovic and Alea Shaeffer from Meeker Elementary cut the ribbon for the new playground at Scott Elementary. The two girls started a lemonade stand to help raise funds for a new playground over the summer Story and photo By … Continue reading

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District to be accredited by state

By Jack Minor At the Greeley/Evans District 6 School Board meeting last Monday night, board members discussed the ramifications of the Education Accountability Act passed by the state legislature that now allows the State to accredit school districts. Under a … Continue reading

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Greeley Freight Station Museum

story and pictures by Zachary Jory 50,000 volunteer hours have been contributed during the construction of the Greeley Freight Station Museum. Dave Trussell, director of the museum, emphasizes the importance of this superb volunteer help in assuring the success of … Continue reading

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April Wilson says thank you to Greeley

By Vanessa Dominguez April Wilson, the mother of Kayleah Wilson, stopped by Culver’s Restaurant on Monday to offer her thanks to the Greeley community for all of their support during her horrible ordeal. “I just want to say thank you … Continue reading

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GOP Meets Many New Participants

By Rebekah Elliott The Grand Old Party assembled early morning on Saturday, April 10 at Northridge High School Gymnasium to decide the Republican candidates for Weld County. Over 300 Delegates and Alternates attended the event. Many interested observers sat in … Continue reading

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