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2015 Jeep Patriot Latitude 4WD

Jeep has produced its Patriot since the introduction of the compact crossover SUV nine years ago this spring at the New York Auto Show.  It, along with the Jeep Compass, is manufactured on what is called the MK platform.  The Compass … Continue reading

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Ukrainians have shown US it can be done

by Craig Masters Once again Obama has demonstrated there is no depth to which he will not slither. His list of treasonous acts just keeps growing. Sadly, unlike the rugged Ukraine people who saw their government had crossed the line … Continue reading

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Fort Morgan Leprino plant safe from closure

Fort Morgan Times —  Leprino Foods Company announced last week that it made the decision to close its Ravenna, Neb. facility in early November.   This difficult but necessary decision is driven by the technological advances at other facilities, the … Continue reading

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Thompson Schools proudly promote Communism

by Craig Masters The new home page of the Thompson Valley School District boasts of initiating the COMMON CORE CURRICULUM. A video on the home page covers all sorts of ‘advantages’ and makes all sorts of claims about how the … Continue reading

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Ft. Morgan speaker “excited” about Obamacare coming to Colorado

Fort Morgan Times — Brenda LaCombe knows how disheartening it has been for people who cannot afford health insurance but also make too much money for current government assistance. Her previous job was assisting people attempting to get enrolled in … Continue reading

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County to host Community Water Night July 17th

The Weld County community health campaign, Make TODAY Count!, is hosting a free Community Water Night. It will be held on Wednesday, July 17th, from 6-8pm. It will take place at Ubuntu Community Gardens & Orchard at Family of Christ … Continue reading

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How to Simplify the Tax Season

by Michael McCune —   The normal person fears to tread the swampy ground of tax loopholes and deductions–that’s why the unofficial-official business of tax preparation and legal tax defense has been the biggest single growth sector since the 1950s.   … Continue reading

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Cooke, Moreno reelection decision could wait until next year

by Jack Minor –   The question of whether Weld County’s clerk and recorder, and sheriff can seek another two terms may not be decided until next year, the county attorney said.   “This concept of saying have a judge … Continue reading

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CSI Weld County: Weld gets first of its kind crime lab

by Jack Minor –   Weld County, the only county in the state to be debt-free took the first steps to achieving another first in the state with a groundbreaking ceremony for a new regional crime lab on Wednesday.   … Continue reading

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Are Democrats looking for QE-3 to save Obama’s economy?

By Craig Masters Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the resort area adjacent to the Grand Tetons, is once again the site for an economic summit called The Jackson Hole Economic Symposium. This a conference of leading central bankers and international finance ministers. … Continue reading

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In this Election Year, a Comment on the Evolution of Political Thought

                                                                   by Dick Williamson   Isn’t it astonishing how political views have evolved over the years. I’m reminded of a politician, a very liberal politician, who was a popular New York attorney in the 1930s,40s and 50s. I was just … Continue reading

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2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in 5-Door Sedan

    My latest test car was a new Prius Plug-in that came in Clearwater blue metallic paint with dark gray SofTex (leather) seating.  The Plug-in is available in limited quantities and only in certain areas of the United States, and … Continue reading

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Food stamp users get double value at local farmers’ market

GREELEY- The Greeley Farmers’ Market at the Depot announces a new program that provides increased benefits to residents who are on the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The new “SNAP it up!” program, funded by a grant through the … Continue reading

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Weakening Oil Prices Demand Government Action

by Mike McCune —   World governments have not learned their lessons from 20th Century history. It is inevitable they will generate a conflict with “global implications” somewhere soon. The price of oil demands it.   Oil continues to fall … Continue reading

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Govt. solution to flooded basements, pumping OK just not for dying crops

by Jack Minor—   In the latest twist in the issue around Weld farmers requesting to pump groundwater to save their crops and help lower excessively high groundwater levels, a government official said farmers can pump all day long to … Continue reading

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Jeffco approves bond measure but money won’t go to students

by Peter Grady –   While Greeley/Evans District 6 has formed an exploratory committee about a bond issue this November, the Jeffco school district has already done so, however critics say very little funding will actually go to benefit students. … Continue reading

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Southern Baptist split over name change

by Peter Grady –     While a task force in the Southern Baptist Convention has recommended some churches be allowed to change their name to “Great Commission Baptists” to benefit churches outside of the south, many pastors are none too … Continue reading

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Lifeloc Technologies and NASA Glenn Research Center Sign Space Act Agreement

Staff Reports —   WHEAT RIDGE – Lifeloc Technologies, Wheat Ridge, Colo. (OTC: LCTC), a Colorado manufacturer of professional breath alcohol testing equipment (breathalyzers) for domestic and international law enforcement, drug courts,  and the transportation and healthcare industries, has entered … Continue reading

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Expert: black leaders fueling racial division

by Jack Minor —   Carol Swain, professor of law and political science at Vanderbilt University, said black political leaders like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are using the death of Trayvon Martin to stir racial division for political gain. … Continue reading

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Dems pass illegal alien tuition bill in state Senate

by Matt Lacy – A bill that would grant illegal aliens lower tuition rates than other US citizens passed the Colorado state Senate Monday on a strict party-line vote. The bill passed 20- 14 without a single Republican voting in … Continue reading

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China engaging in military buildup while US cuts forces

by Matt Lacy – An expert on Communist China says the United States could be making a grave mistake by cutting back on defense spending while China is doing just the opposite. Beijing recently announced a new defense budget of … Continue reading

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State Senate approves tuition break for illegals

by Matt Lacy – On a party line vote, the Democratic-controlled Colorado Senate approved a bill that would give a special tuition rate for illegal aliens living in the state. While other states have passed legislation granting illegals within their … Continue reading

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Khruschev was right

I remember Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev’s promise, “We will bury you.”  As we look at America today we see how right he was. By far the most business illiterate group in America is college students – who arguably spend the … Continue reading

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Handel’s Messiah: Still a favorite 270 years later

by Matt Lacy – While many have been moved by the Hallelujah chorus of Handel’s Messiah, many may be shocked to learn the piece was originally intended to be used as a tool to reach the masses with the Gospel … Continue reading

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PERA employees and public deserve answers

Is there something to hide? Who is juggling the books?   The transparency of a rock mentality of the Obama regime has spread like the proverbial rotten apple that spoils the whole bunch. In Colorado, the Public Employees Retirement Association … Continue reading

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Christian leader apologizes for “false teachings” regarding Christ’s return

by Jack Minor – Harold Camping, Founder and Chairman of Family Radio Stations, apologized for misleading Christians for decades over his teaching on the rapture. The term “rapture” is never mentioned in the Bible, however fundamentalist Christians say the word … Continue reading

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No more Thomas Edisons; Congress votes to allow corporations to patent inventions of others

  by Jack Minor  In a move that critics say will cripple innovation and competition, Congress is preparing to change how patents are awarded.  Current patent law awards patents under the “First-to-Invent” rule, meaning regardless of who files for a … Continue reading

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Greeley to change city planning process

by Dr. Michelle Bellini At a recent worksession, the Greeley City Council examined proposed changes regarding the way development proceeds in the city. This issue is under examination because the city  has over-built public facilities for underdeveloped areas, since the … Continue reading

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New park facility opened June 4th

Staff Reports Bring your fishing pole and get in on the action as we celebrate the opening of Greeley’s newest park facility: Poudre Ponds Recreational Fishery! Poudre Ponds is located in the south east corner of the intersection of 35th … Continue reading

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Carol’s Corner

Guest Column By Carol Clemans When God created Adam & Eve, He said, “They shall be one flesh.” This was the first marriage on earth.  This ‘one flesh’ means to be united physically and spiritually. It is a body, soul, … Continue reading

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Unemployment Up Unexpectedly

By staff reports  – New applications for unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly last week.  Initial claims for state benefits rose to 412,000, up 27,000, for the week ending April 9th.  In addition, claim numbers for the previous week were revised by the … Continue reading

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Jessica Dawn “Jessie” Jerke

Jessica Dawn “Jessie” Jerke, 21 of LaSalle, Colorado went to be with her Lord and Savior on April 5, 2011.   She was born on November 13, 1989 in Greeley, Colorado, and delighted her parents William Harry and Jeannie Maurine … Continue reading

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Taste of Weld County to benefit C.A.R.E

Child Advocacy Resource and Education Inc (c.a.r.e.) is celebrating Child Abuse prevention month in April with our 23rd Annual First National Bank Taste Of Weld County.  Join us and over 25 of Weld County’s finest restaurants for a night of … Continue reading

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Colorado Division of Wildlife and State Parks to Merge

DOW Insider Newsletter- The Colorado Division of Wildlife and Colorado State Parks would merge into a new agency under one board and one administration on July 1 under legislation that will soon be submitted to the General Assembly, Gov. John Hickenlooper told a joint meeting of the Colorado … Continue reading

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Many children go to bed hungry due to lack of food

— by Vanessa Dominguez — – The 9th annual Stone Soup dinner to benefit Weld Food Bank will be held Saturday, April 30  6:00pm – 9:00pm at University of Northern Colorado Ballrooms 10th Avenue and 20th Street in Greeley, CO. … Continue reading

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